Of course we need some Doctor Who crossovers, since PG keeps spotting actors in the series.
From Ned Stark SeÃ±or de Invernalia’s Facebook Page
The Bear and the Maiden Fair by Hold Steady
Now readers of the books have often wondered how this song goes, as it is laced through all of the books, you can’t go ten chapters without someone singing it or mentioning it, it’s more prevalent than lemon cakes. So fans have come up with their own versions from pure speculation.
My least favorite rendition, by Roy Dotrice in the Audiobook Storm of Swords
When I was a kid, most of my friends were big Tarzan movie fans. I was more into monster movies myself. And when it came to Edgar Rice Burroughs, I was always a big “John Carter” fan. Yes, by today’s standards, the story of a man who “dies” and is magically transported to Mars might not play for today’s young readers, but I’m sure they’ll do the story justice on the big screen (okay, I hope).
Description of the movie: Former military captain John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) is transported to Mars where he becomes part of a conflict between the inhabitants of the planet, including Tars Tarkas (Willem Dafoe) and Princess Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins), and it is now his job to save Barsoom (Mars) and its people.
Today is the day Tolkien fans! At the crack of New Zealand\\™s dawn, where it is already March 21st, cameras will begin rolling on \\˜The Hobbit\\™ films\\”provided everything is still on schedule. Over the last month we\\™ve watched with fingers crossed as the shooting date was pushed back from February of 2011 to March 2011 to accommodate for Sir Peter Jackson\\™s surgery and recovery. Meanwhile shooting locations where chosen and the cast began their rigorous training with horseback riding, weaponry and the all-important dwarf camp. …
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