Monday, September 26, 2016

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Finale Reveals ‘Winds of Winter’ Plot?

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Finale Reveals ‘Winds of Winter’ Plot?

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This season of “Game of Thrones” might just end before “The Winds of Winter” gets published. Will the ending of the show’s sixth season really spoil the plot of the upcoming novel?

“Game of Thrones” creators David Benioff and Dan Wess recently sat down with Entertainment Weekly. Benioff, in particular, clarified that fans of the novel series still have quite a lot to look forward to when Martin publishes the next instalment. “People are talking about whether the books are going to be spoiled [by our show]. And it’s really not true,” Benioff said. “So much of what we’re doing diverges from the books at this point.”

However, the two show runners did confirm that George R.R. Martin revealed three “stunning” twists to them while they were developing the show’s sixth season. Benioff and Wess called these the “three holy [expletive] moments.”

The first twist involved Stannis Baratheon and his sacrifice of his daughter Shireen. This played out in Season 5. The second twist, on the other hand, was just shown in the last episode. This involved the origin and true meaning of Hodor’s name. The third shocking moment has yet to be shown on the small screen. It will reportedly play out at the “very end.” There are only five episodes left for this season. Will the show’s upcoming finale reveal the next novel’s plot? Benioff assured fans that this is not the case. “People are [still] going to be very surprised when they read the books after the show,” he insisted. “They’re quite divergent in so many respects for the remainder of the show.”

Meanwhile, Master Herald earlier reported that Martin is giving his next “A Song of Ice and Fire” novel his “full concentration.” However, a release date for “The Winds of Winter” has yet to be confirmed.

  • Cheesemonger

    The book ain’t coming, and honestly who even cares any more. The show has already given us the answers to the questions we care about. GRRM just tells us to f&@k off. So now, I think it is time for us to tell him to f#%k off, no one cares about your stupid books any more because your secrets that you refuse to reveal are all coming out now. See if anyone gives a crap in 20 years when you finally finish them.. if you even make it till the end of the year, fat old loser.

    • Daeron Targaryen

      Have you read the books? This is not some Harry Potter book! There are more than 30 POV characters and each of them has more backstory than the entire Harry Potter series! It’s a long wait and it SUCKS that the show has overtaken. But have some god damn respect for the man, he writes a Lord of the Rings book every damn time. Why don’t you write a book just as epic as this? Show him how it’s done? Grow up man.

      • Cheesemonger

        He has no respect for fans so F*&K him. I think the show overtaking is the best thing that has ever happened to this story because we have showrunners who actually do some work on the damn story instead of spending 6 years making up excuses for obviously doing zero work.

      • Cheesemonger

        You obviously didn’t start reading this series over 20 years ago too, so you don’t quite understand how much of a bitch GRRM has been the whole way through, acting like writing a book for him is so much harder than it is for everyone else.

      • Cheesemonger

        I’m LOVING watching the story fall out of his hands and the care about his books dwindle. It’s fantastic!

      • Cheesemonger

        The story GRRM once proclaimed ‘unfilmable’ is actually completely filmable, yet UNWRITABLE. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA SUCK IT FAT MAN YOU LOSE!!!!!!