‘Game of Thrones’s’ Movie Adaptation Is On Cards, Says George R. R. Martin
Based on the work of George R. R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire,” TV adaptation “Game Of Thrones” will soon be adapted into a movie. Yes, the author of the epic fantasy series has made this announcement that HBO is planning to make a movie after the end of “Game Of Thrones” on Television.
The 67-year-old writer, who is currently busy writing the last two books of the medieval epic drama, said that he will not be a part of the big screen adaptation’s team but David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the writers of the TV show, will be attached to it. “I have too much to do. That is something HBO and the DB and David are dealing with. I have two more books to finish and I still have so much to do. The pressure is on. I am such a slow writer and the fans get upset that I don’t write faster,” reported dailystar.co.uk.
The series has recently completed its fifth season’s broadcast on Television and also made history by receiving 12 Emmys at a single go. As we all know that preparations are on high for the sixth season, a news related to new characters joining the star cast as Sam Tarly’s father, mother, brother and sister in sixth season recently came which increased the curiosity of fans for the upcoming season.
As per a source close to the production unit some of the big characters who fans have seen die on screen could be resurrected such as Oberyn Martell, Catelyn Stark, Robb Stark, The Red Viper and Ned Stark.”
The biggest heartbreaking event of the fifth season was the death of Jon Snow aka Kit Harrington but to its surprise he was seen filming in Belfast for the next season recently, but not in nights watch’s black dress, in fact in different brown and black costume. So, guys bring smiles on your faces as Jon Snow is coming.
Well, next season will hit the screen next year, but journey to the film is really long. But one thing is sure that it will be a great task to show so many things in a single movie, so, will there be series for the big screen too? Let us wait and watch.
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