Joined: Jan 29, 2019
Hannah Wigandt has been covering entertainment news for several years. She loves covering movie franchises, such as Star Wars and Harry Potter, both of which she grew up with. Hannah also enjoys covering music; she’s been listening to classic rock since she was five. Hannah constantly keeps up with entertainment news to cover the ever-changing content in the best possible way. Her work has appeared in publications such as TheThings, CCN, Floor 8, Mental Floss, and PROVOKR, as well as her college newspaper.
For a series—and season—full of powerful women, the men of 'Game of Thrones' apparently had a lot more to say.
One Twitter user has created an alternate ending where Bran Stark’s true intentions are not as innocent as the real series conclusion made them out to be.
Not thrilled with the way 'Game of Thrones' ended? You might feel differently after watching it again, only this time seeing it re-edited to play out like a classic John Hughes movie.
A fan-made video of one-second clips from all 73 'Game of Thrones' episodes shows the most memorable scenes from the series.
A 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' sketch depicts a hypothetical 'Game of Thrones' spinoff where Jaime Lannister joins two classic characters from 'Full House' for a show titled 'Full House Lannister.'
When you think of the many actors who might be best suited to stepping into Hugh Jackman's shoes—and claws—as Wolverine, the 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia' star might seem an odd choice. But he's got a lot of support behind him.
If you’re a diehard Potterhead, you can now buy one of the first pairs of glasses that Daniel Radcliffe himself wore on the set of the Harry Potter films.
Emilia Clarke took inspiration from real-life rulers while preparing to play Daenerys Targaryen in 'Game of Thrones.' Including Hitler.
if you’re having a hard time wrapping your mind around the end of 'Game of Thrones,' or just want to vent, there's a counseling service here for you.
Throughout the series, fans have been speculating who the Prince That Was Promised might be. But was there was ever one at all?
It was always a given that we would see some gruesome deaths—some of them warranted, some of them not so much—before 'Game of Thrones' said goodbye forever.
As Bran Stark himself said, everything he did got him to where he ended up. But what if his destiny was foreshadowed before any of those events ever happened to him?