THUD: Game of Thrones’ George Bush’s Decapitated Head Is Funny People are so touchy-feely about controversial presidents’ severed heads on spikes in fantasy shows. Long story short: They used a fake Bush head in Game of Thrones during last season’s decapitation heavy last arc. It was lying around. It was a head. 06/13/2012 - 6:43 pm | View Link
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Fire and Blood (Game of Thrones) "Fire and Blood" is the tenth and final episode of the first season of the HBO medieval fantasy television series Game of Thrones. First aired on June 19, 2011, it ... 04/18/2014 - 12:52 am | View Website
Main/Off with His Head! The Off With His Head trope as used in popular culture, with a list of examples from all media. 04/16/2014 - 9:18 pm | View Website
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PLOT: Ivan Locke drives to the hospital on the night his one-night stand prematurely has his baby while attempting to explain his situation to family and coworkers.
REVIEW: No current actor that I can think of conveys "ticking time bomb" quite as well as Tom Hardy. He never looks quite at ease, always seems to be concentrating on holding himself back, lest he explode at whoever or whatever is
Prolific TV movie producer Larry Levinson Productions has denied claims from the WGA that it owes millions of dollars in residuals to writers. The production company told Deadline today that the dispute instead is “over what appears to be the WGA’s unfair, improper, over-reaching and arbitrary application of its residual calculation for these pay TV movies.” In the past 20 years, the company has produced nearly 200 family-oriented telefilms, most of which were made for Hallmark Channel or in association with Hallmark Entertainment. The guild is pursuing arbitration claims against Levinson’s various production entities for unpaid residuals and interest owed on 33 of those TV movies and is threatening to bar the company from using guild writers again until it pays up.