Entertainment George R.R. Martin Is Still Stuck on This One Major Game of Thrones Change

16:02  13 april  2018
16:02  13 april  2018 Source:   Time

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Martin was free to change anything he wanted to change before he published the first book. However, once he published Thrones , he had carved some They need to give Sansa some proper formative, possibly violent, steps to prepare for such a major northern game - changer as some are implying.

George R . R . Martin on the One Game of Thrones Change He 'Argued Against'. MORE: 5 Books That Influenced How George R . R . Martin Wrote Game of Thrones . That was probably the first major diversion of the show from the books and, you know, I argued against that, and David and Dan

American novelist and short-story writer, screenwriter, and television producer George R. R. Martin attends a press conference on August 16, 2017 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. © Getty American novelist and short-story writer, screenwriter, and television producer George R. R. Martin attends a press conference on August 16, 2017 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Although the decision not to include Lady Stoneheart in Game of Thrones was apparently made long ago, George R. R. Martin seems to still see that particular departure from his A Song of Ice and Fire book series as a defining moment for the show.

Game Of Thrones actress Michelle Fairley (Catelyn Stark who is resurrected as Lady Stoneheart ) © Getty Game Of Thrones actress Michelle Fairley (Catelyn Stark who is resurrected as Lady Stoneheart ) During an interview with TIME leading up to the premiere of Thrones‘ seventh season, the author revealed that axing reanimated Catelyn Stark from the story was the one major change he argued against with showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss.

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However, among all the dragons and deaths, author George R . R . Martin is particularly bummed about one big change from his novels. There is no denying that HBO's Game of Thrones is one of the biggest spectacles ever to grace the small screen.

Undated handout photo issued by Sky of Emilia Clarke as Daenerys in Games of Thrones. © Press Association Undated handout photo issued by Sky of Emilia Clarke as Daenerys in Games of Thrones.

“At some points, when David and Dan and I had discussions about what way we should go in, I would always favor sticking with the books, while they would favor making changes,” he said. “I think one of the biggest ones would probably be when they made the decision not to bring Catelyn Stark back as Lady Stoneheart. That was probably the first major diversion of the show from the books and, you know, I argued against that, and David and Dan made that decision.”

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Now, Martin has again spoken out against the absence of Lady Stoneheart, explaining that the character will continue to play a big role in his books in the forthcoming The Winds of Winter.

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A Game of Thrones Community for Breaking News, Casting, and Commentary. 2) Jeyne Poole. “She’s a minor character in the first book, then vanishes and then—boom—there she is in the fifth book in a major way,” Martin tells EW.

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“In the book, characters can be resurrected. After Catelyn is resurrected as Lady Stoneheart, she becomes a vengeful, heartless killer,” he recently told Esquire China, as reported by CNet. “In the sixth book, I still continue to write her. She is an important character in the set of books. [Keeping her character] is the change I most wish I could make in the [show].”

Undated handout still issued by Sky Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen and Kit Harington as Jon Snow in Game of Thrones. © Press Association Undated handout still issued by Sky Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen and Kit Harington as Jon Snow in Game of Thrones. Let’s just hope we can find out what Lady Stoneheart is up to at some point in the foreseeable future.

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