‘Games of Thrones’ Season 6 About To End With Proposed Idea Of Movie

By Neha Bakshi | 2 years ago
‘Games of Thrones’ Season 6 About To End With Proposed Idea Of Movie
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“Games of Thrones” the fantasy drama series is in its sixth season and is appearing close to end. But this is not it, there comes a fantastic news for thrones fans. HBO is reportedly said to plan a “Games of Thrones” movie after they finish up with the TV series. Showrunner and writer George R.R. Martin revealed the scoop recently, read on to find more about the latest news on “Games of Thrones.”

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According to Comic Book, Martin revealed during HBO Emmy Party that, “Games of Thrones” movie will happen but he will not be a part of that further adding he says he is busy with two books at the moment and it definitely is quite challenging as he calls himself a slow writer.

The movie will be taken in charge by HBO along with D.B. Weiss and David Benioff. An insider revealed that the movie is set in the past “Game of Thrones” universe there is a lot to explore on and it has no boundaries on its time frame too.

The creative team is identifying one particular set timeline. It can be taken up as a plot line of story for the movie. Which possibly means that some of the characters will reincarnate that have seen die in the series like Robb Stark, Catelyn Stark and Oberyn Martell.

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In the meanwhile, Benioff said that the team is yet to explore the end and have still not figured out how it will be. On being asked about extending the series, he denied the possibility of further more seasons as of now.

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Neha graduated in Electronic Media and has worked with Timea group for 3 years. She is passionate about learning languages and is certified French Language Expert. She joined MNG in 2015.