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Boing Boing reported on a new book in the Game of Thrones canon, though it may not be what fans are clamoring to read.

This fall, Bantam will publish George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones Coloring Book (A Song of Ice and Fire), for adults. According to Bantam, it will feature black-and-white original "art by world renowned fantasy illustrators Yvonne Gilbert, John Howe, Tomislav Tomic, Adam Stower and Levi Pinfold."



There's already an Amazon page for the book, which lists a release date of Oct. 27, 2015.

So sharpen those crayons, and make sure you have plenty of red, for this autumn.

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HBO is getting back into the mockumentary game with the upcoming movie 7 Days in Hell starring Kit Harrington and Andy Samberg as two rival tennis pros.

The minute-long trailer only gives you a taste of the tournament to come, but it at least leaves us comfortable in the knowledge that Will Forte is involved. We can all sleep easy after that.

This marks a presumptive comedic turn for Harrington, who has mostly stayed on the dour side of things as Jon Snow on Game of Thrones. Although, he has shown that he can be pretty funny if given the chance.


Travel Agency Lawrence of Morocco has put together a hell of a good map of the Game of Thrones shooting locations.

The show, obviously notable for its stunning locales, has shot all over Europe and a little in Africa. These spots give you the opportunity to not only see the world, but see Westeros and Essos.

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Kit Harrington stopped by the Huffington Post to talk about his character's likelihood of staying alive:

"I think that's the thrilling thing about the TV show, is that we really don't fit by the norms and people are in danger and horrible things do happen to people and we don't shy away from that," Harington said. "You can't count on Jon Snow being safe or Tyrion being safe or anyone being safe, so it keeps people on the edge of their seat, and that's why it's good drama."



So, you know, that sucks.

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