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First Look

All of you waiting eagerly for every tidbit of news about the HBO series of GAME OF THRONES, be sure not to miss this week's issue of ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, which features a "first look" at the show, with ten exclusive photographs from the set.

The issue is now on sale across the nation at newsstands and bookstores. But grab a copy soon, it may not be there long.



Be warned, the text does contain spoilers for those who have not read the book.

The EW website also features some of same pix at
http://www.ew.com/ew/gallery/0,,20385926_20442931,00.html
so check that out as well. However, the print edition of the magazine includes some extra pictures that the website does not.

Hope you all enjoy your "set visits" as much as I enjoyed mine.
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