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Game of Thrones is back, and this only means one thing — spoilers are coming. Game of Thrones spoilers are an annual pestilence upon the realm (we're guilty of it ourselves), and for those who don't have a system set up to deal with them already, we've got you covered.

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Video: It's always a nice wink at an unknowing audience when a movie reveals a huge spoiler during the movie itself. It's harmless fun that most people don't even catch because they don't know enough about what's happening in the movie yet. But on future watches it gives a little extra chuckle layer for people to enjoy.

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You can't move on the modern-day internet without bumping into a spoiler or two. Whether it's Game of Thrones, The Force Awakens or the ending to Citizen Kane, it's all too easy to trip up over a plot point that you'd rather not know about. If you're desperately trying to stay in the dark about an upcoming movie or series, there are tools that can help.

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Video: It's called foreshadowing! But also in today's super plot sensitive culture and measly minute time limit on not knowing what happened on what movie or TV show, it's also effectively a spoiler. Luckily, some filmmakers can hide those spoilers in plain sight and we're none the wiser. So many movies basically tell us what they're going to do and we fail to realise it as they're doing it. It's a great trick to be fooled!

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It's something we've all felt. The low, sinking kick in the metaphorical groin when you've read some arsehole's tweet or post, expounding on some previously unknown spoiler. But maybe social media doesn't need to be such a minefield of potential despair.

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"R+L=J" is geek shorthand for one of Game Of Thrones' most enduring fan theories. (Hint: It surrounds the true parentage of a certain character that could drastically alter the course of the novels and TV show.) Today, the books' author dropped the biggest hint yet that our speculation is right on the money. It seems "R+L=J" is totally legitimate — just like a gloomy bastard we could mention.

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Some fan theories wilt and die while others linger and persist. One Game of Thrones theory — you probably already know which one — just seems too good not to be true. Warning: This theory contains spoilers for both the TV show and books, and possibly for some things that haven't even happened yet in the books, so don't watch it if you don't wanna know.

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Yesterday was a tough day for my inner-geek. I love comic book movies and Game Of Thrones, and had plans to spend my long-awaited holiday leave to catch up on the adventures in Westeros and the new Captain America movie. Yesterday I had both of these "spoiled" for me, either by my co-workers, commenters or the internet at large. And you know what? I don't care, and neither should you. Nobody should care about spoilers any more.

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Gravity looks pretty damn terrifying. Most philosophers would tell us that for a film to really be chilling to the bone, it must call to mind a real-life existential fear that's buried within our souls. So Gravity is tugging at some deeply held fears we've got, then, right? Well, according to real astronaut Michael Massimino. the movie is a bunch of bull.