There is no denying that “Game of Thrones” fans will be busy rooting for their favorite show during the 73rd annual Golden Globes ceremony, but don’t forget to keep an eye out for the latest details surfacing with regards to the show.
To begin with, the exact date of “Game of Thrones” return is out and all those nail-biting and heart-thumping non-endings we were left with will begin to find some answers starting April 24th, 2016. That’s right, most of us will start counting down days until the D-day arrives given that “The Winds of Winter” won’t be making an appearance on the scene anytime soon.
We are holding on to any bit of information we can get and as reported by Elle, Natalie Dormer, (Margaery Tyrell) may have given us that when she let slip a few details on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” She commented on Jon Snow’s return and shared that the posters out there say it all.
She also went on to reveal that she shot scenes in Spain, which could indicate that she has made her way out of the dark dungeon. But she was also quick to mention, “There are dungeons in Spain as well, Jimmy,” while trying not to laugh. We get the hint Natalie.
Earlier reports revealed that the “The Winds of Winter” has been delayed and George R.R. Martin’s post on his Live Journal read, “No one could possibly be more disappointed than me.” He added, “For months now I have wanted nothing so much as to be able to say, ‘I have completed and delivered THE WINDS OF WINTER’ on or before the last day of 2015. But the book’s not done.”
Now with the “Game of Thrones” Season 6 premiere date officially announced, it can be said with certainty that the book won’t be finished by then. Which means that the viewers may be ahead of the readers, this time around. Martin wrote, “For years my readers have been ahead of the viewers. This year, for some things, the reverse will be true. How you want to handle that… hey, that’s up to you.”
But with the dates officially out and the show going ahead, nothing can dampen the spirits of “Game of Thrones” loyalists. Keep watching this space for more.