Now that Game of Thrones has come and gone, we knew it was only a matter of time before HBO announced a home video release including all of the seasons packaged together.
Now that day has come, with the unveiling of Game of Thrones: The Complete Collection. The collection features all eight seasons of the show—73 episodes total on 33 discs—as well as over 15 hours of bonus features to enjoy, all presented in a wooden box with art by Robert Ball, who’s responsible for the excellent “Beautiful Death” series.
You can find more info on the collection and other announced releases—including the complete series without the limited edition collectible packaging and season eight by itself—below, along with a video previewing the release and a clip for a reunion special included in the bonus features.
Maybe the only thing better than San Diego Comic-Con is the annual tradition of Conan O’Brien doing his show from San Diego with big time guests and surprises. Yesterday marked the beginning of the 4-day geekfest, and Conan was on his way south with co-host Andy Richter driving. Then came the music dispute. Andy only had a tape with one song, “Sexy and I Know It” by LMFAO. Andy wanted his song repeatedly for the 2+ hour drive, Conan was ready to toss the tape. Andy tossed Conan.
Check out where he ended up before SDCC 2017 below.
There’s been a wacky rumor going around that Lord of the Rings and the Planet of the Apes reboot star Andy Serkis is actually playing Jar Jar Binks, the infamous Star Wars prequel trilogy character, in The Force Awakens, and that the character has become evil over the years.
I’m not sure if anyone actually believed that the rumor was true, but Conan O’Brien asked Serkis about it on Conan, to which the actor confirmed he was in fact playing Jar Jar. Of course this was all in jest, but you can watch the video below to hear Serkis’s Jar Jar impression!
Fallout 4 was officially released today (read our review right here), making today a holiday for many gamers.
As part of his late night talk show Conan, host Conan O’Brien, who is not a gamer, does a segment called “Clueless Gamer” in which he plays (or attempts to play) various video games with a little help from someone who knows what they’re doing, Aaron Bleyaert. So for the latest session it made all the sense in the world for Conan to take on Fallout 4. They even built an awesome Fallout inspired set and donned some skintight Vault-Tec vault 111 jumpsuits for the segment.
You can watch the video of O’Brien taking on the Commonwealth wasteland below.