"How about this? I write it, you read it, then everyone can form their own opinion and argue about it on the internet."
Update May 21
In a post-farewell to the HBO show, Martin discussed his long-awaited completion of the written version of the series and first asked the biggest question: will the end be the same? His answer is noncommittal: "Well, and no, and yes, and no, and yes, and no, and yes."
His goal is to say that while working towards a similar end goal The creators of the program had six hours to work with television, and he will probably have 3,000 pages of manuscript (and add more if needed) , The participating media allow different forms of expression and explanation.
He also points out that so many characters, either unimagined or dead in the series, make big differences: "If nothing else, readers will learn what happened to Jeyne Poole, Lady Stoneheart, Penny and her pork, Skahaz Shavepate, Arianne Martell, Darkstar, Victory Greyjoy, Ser Garlan the Galanten, Aegon VI, and a host of other big and small characters that the series never had the chance to meet. "
He concludes by pointing out that it is folly to ask if the show or books are the & # 39; true & # 39; At the end of the story are: "How about this? I write it, you read it, then everyone can get a picture of themselves and argue about it on the internet."
Update 15.04.2013: The Game of Thrones Author George RR Martin has provided further insight into the difference between his planned graduation books and the HBO television series.
During an interview with After 60 Minutes, he said that the show, which was launched by David Benioff and DB Weiss, "would have to run for five more seasons" to reflect the story he had for recent books in " A Song of Ice "and" A Song of Ice "has lined up, absolutely faithful remains fire series, winds of winter and a dream of spring.
The show, however, is very close thanks to "multi-day story-conferences" that took place at Martin's home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. "I do not think that the end of Dan and Dave is so different from my ending because of the conversations we have had," he said.
"But they can refer to certain minor characters, there can be big differences." He explained, "There's no way to capture all the details, all the minor characters, all the minor characters."
He joked that people on the internet are arguing over which end is better, which is inevitably inevitable result of all this.
Original Story: George RR Martin confirmed that there will be changes and additions to the end of his A Song of Ice and Fire series compared to HBO's Game of Thrones.
In a piece by Rolling Stone that focuses on GoT actresses Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner, Martin talked about how the creators of the series, David Benioff and DB Weiss, had to come to terms with the story after the last ones Both seasons had begun to surpass his writing.
] "I was so slow with these books," said Martin. "The main points of the end will be things that I told them five or six years ago. But there may also be changes and a lot is added. "
Martin's words suggest that the general ending of Game of Thrones will be similar to what he planned for his latest novel in the series A Dream of Spring. However, as with the entire show, there will be remarkable differences between the two.
Martin recently said that the last season of Game of Thrones may have "important deviations" from his upcoming books. many auxiliary characters [arcs] they will come up with their own ideas.
While some fans are upset by how long it took Martin to complete the sixth book, he is also angry that he has not completed Winds yet in the winter, declining to concentrate on completing this novel Martin drops the chance for a season 8 cameo.
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