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    The Playlist Predicts The 2012 Emmy Nominations

    Yeah, yeah, yeah, "The Dark Knight Rises", blah blah blah. Friday might be the day that many movie-watchers have been waiting for for four years, but tomorrow sees one of the biggest points of the year for watchers of the small screen; namely, the announcement of the Emmy nominations.

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    Get To Know The 14 New Additions To The Cast Of Season Three Of 'Game Of Thrones'

    "Game Of Thrones" already has one of the most expansive and impressive casts in the history of television. Essentially picking up the slack that "Harry Potter" left in terms of propping up the British acting industry, the show hasn't just made stars (with names like Richard Madden, Kit Harington and...

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    Exclusive: Rian Johnson Says 'Looper' Stopped Him From Directing On 'Game Of Thrones,' Hopes It Might Still Happen One Day

    In between being one of the more exciting young directors we have at the moment, Rian Johnson has been keeping his helming muscles sharp by working on some of the more acclaimed TV series of the last few years. In the four years between "The Brothers Bloom" and the upcoming "Looper," Johnson helmed ...

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    Dame Diana Rigg Joins Season 3 Of HBO's 'Game Of Thrones'

    The cult of "Game Of Thrones" grows ever stronger. Initially anticipated principally by fans of George R.R. Martin's books, the HBO series has won over more and more viewers since debuting last April, including many who would never have dreamed that they'd become hopelessly addicted to a fantasy ser...

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    'Game of Thrones' Just Had That George W. Bush's Severed Head Lying Around, Okay?

    The story that a model of George W. Bush's noggin was among the severed heads put on display by order of King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) in episode ten of season one of "Game of Thrones" has gotten more traction than it probably should have.

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    The Playlist's Picks: Best TV Shows Of The 2011/2012 Season

    While the summer is an excuse for the movie studios to roll out their biggest offerings, television executives are much more afraid of warm weather, leaving the television dial mostly as a wasteland of repeats and reality shows. As such, the TV season essentially gets underway in September, and runs...

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    On The Rise '12: 10 TV Stars Who Should Break Through To The Big Screen Soon

    With cinematic releases at the moment mostly involving the not-particularly inspiring likes of "That's My Boy" and "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter," it's hard not to look to television for a little nourishment. The trouble is that the TV season has wrapped up for the year. While a few shows (namely...

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    Own Your Own 'Game of Thrones' Replica For a Mere $30,000

    All that death, the bloody sieges and internecine betrayals, the beheadings and beatings and roastings by dragon fire -- if only the characters of "Game of Thrones" had been informed that possessing the Iron Throne is as simple as using a credit card to order it from HBO's website.

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    An Appreciation of the Quiet Moments in the Finale of 'Game of Thrones'

    As it neared the end of its second season, "Game of Thrones" threw all its remaining fuel on the (wild)fire for its penultimate episode, the rip-roaring Neil Marshall-directed depiction of the Battle of Blackwater. For once, the show didn't skip around the many far-flung locations...

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    Recap: 'Game Of Thrones' Thrillingly Closes Out Season 2 With Songs Of Ice & Fire

    While the series has kept the "Game Of Thrones" title from the first novel, George R. R. Martin's book series are collectively known as "A Song Of Ice & Fire," and while hints of the relevance of that have been contained throughout the show so far, that title has never been so front & center than in...

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