'Game of Thrones' scripts intended for charity auction are stolen


Where's Ned Stark and his unwavering sense of justice when you need him?Author George R.R. Martin, whose "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels are the basis for HBO's "Game of Thrones," says two signed scripts from Season 1 of the series were stolen in the mail. Even worse, the scripts were going to be auctioned off for charity at the Worldcon sci-fi convention this week. Martin is scheduled to appear at the convention in Reno, Nev."We had hoped to bring a couple of signed scripts from the first season ... with us, and the good folks in Belfast [where 'Game of Thrones' films] were kind enough to donate them. [Executive producer] Dan Weiss sent them across the pond (registered and priority, signature required)," Martin writes on his blog." All that arrived was a battered envelope and Dan's cover letter."Martin says he believes the scripts were stolen by a postal employee and has asks his...



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