I am waiting for the author to finish the books (or to see if he finishes the series), until I read them. And then I might watch the show. And I know, I am probably going to be waiting a very long time.
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oracle86 wrote:Yup, his role is pretty crucial. He is pretty much the one honourable man stuck in a den of rogues, and so he is the one that the reader tends to root for. He was one of the dream castings of this tv show. When Winter Is Coming [the fansite of Game of Thrones] started out, they had a poll, and practically everyone voted for Sean Bean as Ned Stark and Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister. And HBO, in their infinite goodness, listened and picked them.Vader182 wrote:Sean Bean is a badass, I will be checking this out.
When the writer and showrunners we're discussing casting, Bean and Dinklage were their first picks, thats who Martin wanted for the roles and bam, it happened
HBO has a new Game of Thrones Viewer Guide online now, with interactive map and Family Trees for the main Houses.