Weekday Rundown: ‘Game of Thrones’ news and a DIY Oscar Statuette

There’s nothing Game of Thrones fan love more than to remake the iconic opening credits. Jamie Colliver, also a Little Big Planet fan, is no exception.

If you’re interested in playing this Game of Thrones-inspired level, Colliver has put it up for download.

In other Game of Thrones news, HBO is already making history with showing episodes in IMAX and now it seems that fans want MORE, MORE, MORE. (Shocking, since we only have to wait ten months to buy the DVDs.) After selling out 150 theaters nationwide, HBO has pushed back the IMAX air date and added over 50 more theaters to the list. As it stands now, IMAX will air the final two episodes from season four on January 29th. (LA Times)

Game of Thrones‘ fifth season, however, has not been delayed and is still set to air April, 12th.

Finally, there’s another Game of Thrones teaser trailer making the internet rounds today. It’s only ten seconds long, is terrible quality, and doesn’t tell us much, but if you’re interested, give it a watch.

Do you feel like your life isn’t dangerous enough? Do you crave exotic emergencies, possibly of the shark variety? Well, Sy-Fy has you covered. Sharknado 3 is in the works and it’ll continue to star Tara Reid and Ian Ziering. (EW)

Did you know James Cameron was making an Avatar sequel? I didn’t, but apparently it’s been delayed. (UT San Diego)

8-Bit Cinema made an 8-Bit trailer for a Guardians of the Galaxy video game and my god, I haven’t wanted something this badly in at least a month. At least someone get me that 8-Bit dancing Groot. (Unreality Mag)

People are clamoring over Oscar snubs today, especially the omission of The Lego Movie in Best Animated Film. However, the director of The Lego Movie, Phil Lord, doesn’t seem bothered by the obvious oversight on the part of the Academy:

Now everyone can make an Oscar, right in the comfort of their own home!

You get an Oscar!

YOU get an Oscar!

We all get Oscars!

Except for you, Leo.
Sad Leo

Jen Stayrook
Jen Stayrook
Don't let the fancy nerd duds deceive you; Jen’s never been described as “classy.” You can find her on Twitter where she stalks all of her favorite celebrities: @jenstayrook. Or you can find her on Steam or Xbox dying in every game she plays as "Rilna." Email: jen.stayrook@theworkprint.com

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