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Watch Samuel L. Jackson Recap Game of Thrones Events With Lots of Swears

News Bot Jul 13, 2016

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    News Bot Chaos Immortal

    HBO has released a new video in which actor Samuel L. Jackson recaps the events of its hit show, Game of Thrones. If you're in need of a refresher, this is pretty good. But be warned that the Die Hard and Star Wars actor uses some colorful language to describe what's going on.
    Of course, this video is filled with story spoilers. Take a look:

    Game of Thrones Season 6 recently wrapped up. The finale, "The Winds of Winter," aired on June 26 and set a ratings record. For more, you can watch the latest episode of GameSpot of Thrones, where our editors analyze the events, discuss potential consequences, and make a few predictions.
    A start date for Season 7 has not been announced, but the show's creators have indicated it will be later than usual due to weather considerations.
    David Benioff and D.B. Weiss also recently discussed how Game of Thrones could live on after the HBO show wraps up through a prequel or some other extension of the series.
    "One of the great things about what [George R.R. Martin] did is he didn't just build a story; he built a world with so many characters and such a rich, detailed history behind it," the pair explained. "There are a lot of different ways you could go with it; we just really haven't had time to really think through the details of it because we're so focused on getting the show made."


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