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Nerdist Presents: GAME OF THRONES Meets Taylor Swift in “Blank Page”

What if Taylor Swift’s “Blank Space” was mixed with the world of Westeros? It would be slightly different. Okay, a lot different. In the latest Nerdist Presents, we’ve found the ultimate Game of Thrones and Taylor Swift combination with “Blank Page.” It’s not about love destined to end in disaster, it’s about George R.R. Martin’s unlimited power. He can kill any character he wants to, and sometimes it seems as though he revels in being able to transform a blank page into a death scene.

In the video, Martin is visited by Daenerys Targaryen and reminds her that even though she’s a fan favorite, she could still bite it at any time. Or at the very least, she could be maimed. No one is safe! It’s funny because it’s all true. Not that my begging would make a difference, but please don’t take away Daenerys, Mr. Martin. Please.

The brutal but humorous song was penned by Freddy Scott, and the video was directed by Andrew Bowser and Ben Mekler. “Blank Page” stars: Nick Mundy as George R.R. Martin, Emily Rudd as Daenerys Targaryen, and Brandon Hillock as Jon Snow. Daenerys’ costume was provided by Courtoon.

What character do you most want to survive A Song of Ice and Fire? Let us know in the comments.

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Comments

  1. L. Longstrider says:

    She is a way better Daenerys than Emilia Clarke

  2. pRmz says:

    For the Watch !

  3. ruy says:

    Please mr.  Martin, dont kill Daenerys Targaryen! 

  4. Nancy Cooley says:

    Tyrion survives!

  5. Brian says:

    I would like to own an mp3 of this.