Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin upped the ante on our four potential spinoffs with a fifth, and the secrecy may have been justified. One of the series’ most involved writers is now attached to the fifth, directly partnering with Martin himself.
Game of Thrones left us with quite a few upsets by Season 6 finale “The Winds of Winter,” though certain reappearances more than ever exacerbated running questions of how quickly characters traverse the map. Now, writer-producer Bryan Cogman offers a frank answer to said riddle, one which sadly never ends with Arya’s best rendition of “I’m On A Boat.”
Game of Thrones seems to dole out more fanservice than ever in Season 6, Sunday’s “The Broken Man” confirming another huge return readers have anticipated for years. Its reflection in the books remains to be seen, but said character “was always going to come back,” says writer-producer Bryan Cogman, with several different ideas considered.
For as often as Game of Thrones fans have questioned whether Season 6 may indeed spoil George R.R. Martin’s unpublished books, a major twist from Sunday’s “Blood of My Blood” may have answered a literary mystery sixteen years in the making. Now, writer Bryan Cogman opens up to explain that significant Sunday return, touching on whether or not to expect the same twist in The Winds of Winter or beyond.
Given that this is the start of a new week, it’s probably safe to assume that this is just one of the new live-action Disney remakes we’ll be hearing about before the end of the week. They’ve got commitment, that’s for sure. Like several of the studio’s other planned remakes, this one sounds like it has some serious potential: Disney has partnered with Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman to develop a live-action version of The Sword in the Stone.
Well, if they're going to make a movie out of the role playing game 'Magic: The Gathering,' the best possible hope is that they hire the right people for the material. And it looks like they have: 'Game of Thrones' producer, story editor and writer Bryan Cogman has been hired to write the first film in what Fox hopes is the next hot fantasy franchise.