Another winter will have come and gone before Game of Thrones fans feel the Winds. Series author George R.R. Martin has confirmed readers’ worst fears – the Song of Ice and Fire’s long-awaited sixth novel won’t hit shelves until at least 2019.
Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin is trading dragons for aliens. Syfy’s first look at the veteran author’s adaptation of Nightflyers has already arrived, promising “Psycho in space” as aliens infiltrate a doomed starship.
Game of Thrones may be headed for an eighth and final chapter, but don’t expect George R.R. Martin to follow suit. Despite some recent comments hinting the Song of Ice and Fire series may not close at seven novels, Martin has taken to his favored pastime of correcting LiveJournal comments.
Actor Roy Dotrice made only brief appearances in Game of Thrones, but fans of the book series will surely recognize his voice. The 94-year old actor and record-setting voiceover artist sadly passed away Monday morning in his London home.
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.
Syfy wasn’t about to pass up “From the creator of Game of Thrones,” so an adaptation of George R.R. Martin’s Nightflyers is officially off the ground. The network has given a series order to the space odyssey, which may also find a surprising partner in Netflix.
Much as we like to needle George R.R. Martin for taking his sweet time, the man is unfathomably busy. So much so, in fact, that he admits to no longer watching the HBO series based on his work, even if the two Game of Thrones have long since gone “their separate ways.”