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game of thrones
Thanks to GRRM and his blog (which you can check out here), we can now pretty much move the series onto the front-burner as the author offered not only an official confirmation of the project but also discussed his involvement in it and a whole lot more. Image: HBO So in his blog, GRRM confirmed the reporting[...]
Will WorldCon 2020 Be Why George R. R. Martin Finishes 'Winds of Winter'?
Martin (website) Air New Zealand launched a video campaign to get GRRM to visit them, in the hopes that a trip to the magical island will help him "finish his book". can't be loaded because JavaScript is disabled: A message from Air New Zealand to George R R[...]
George R. R. Martin on 'Endgame', Updates 'Game of Thrones' Successor Shows
Martin (website) GRRM says he went and saw Avengers: Endgame, praises the action in the final battle, and the true hero of the film- that darn San Francisco storage unit rat. Stan Lee would have been proud.  Could he ever have dreamed that all those characters he and Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko and the rest of the[...]
George R. R. Martin, Marvel Fanboy, Says "YAY" for 'Captain Marvel'
Martin (website) Most recently, GRRM "Grandpa George" took to his Not-A-Blog to talk about Marvel Studios' current box office giant, Captain Marvel. "Thanos is in trouble now," he says, among other observations about the film that semi-count as spoilers if you HAVEN'T SEEN THE FILM YET. Read that? SPOILER WARNING. Okay, on to what GRRM said about Captain Marvel: The newest Marvel[...]
Still Not "Winds of Winter": "A Clash of Kings" Getting Anniversary Edition
Martin is releasing yet-another-still-not-Winds-Of-Winter book next year. This time, it'll be a new edition of the sequel to "Game Of Thrones", "A Clash of Kings" for the 20th anniversary of the novel's publishing. GRRM and co did this for the first novel's 20th anniversary in 2016, with a beautiful illustrated edition of the saga of Westeros[...]
George R. R. Martin WILL Be Publishing in 2018- But Not The Thing We Want
Martin WILL be publishing a new tome in 2018, despite reports to the contrary.  True, it's not the Song of Ice And Fire installment fans were hoping for, it *is* a story set in Westeros. Announced today on Martin's not-a-blog blog (which he actually said he was going to STOP using earlier this year, but obviously that isn't[...]