Jon Snow lives in the Game of Thrones movie which won?t be handled by series creator George RR Martin. Excited by this ?exclusive? surprise news from Daily Star? Don?t get your hopes up because George Martin has debunked claims that a movie will be made.
According to Tech Insider, fake statements from Martin was published online by the Daily Star which clearly stated that a Game of Thrones movie is already set for production. Martin has also shot down the rumors on his Livejournal blog, Gamespot reported.
?I don?t know where this latest round of ?there?s going to be a GAME OF THRONES movie? nonsense is coming from, but suddently it is everywhere, and all of us connected with the show and HBO are being bombarded,? Martin said. ?But nothing has changed.
GOT Film A Fitting Way To End The Series?
However, Martin expressed that a motion picture of their tv series is ?powerfully attractive? for many people connected with the show. He also said it is a fitting way to end the series. However, he immediately said this to prevent any GOT movie rumors from spreading:
?How not? It would be a great way to end. Which doesn?t mean it is going to happen. There is great enthusiasm for the notion, sure, but not necessarily from HBO. They are in the TV business, not in the feature film business.?
The GOT Movie That Never Was
According to the ?exclusive? fake story from Daily Star, the GOT movie will have bring back many actors who have already died, including Jon Snow. This is how the fake story claimed the movie will enable this to happen:
?They are looking at dipping back in time during certain periods of the series, which could be examined as a one off plot,? the report said. ?That means that some of the big characters who fans have seen die on screen could be resurrected such as Robb Stark, Catelyn Stark, Oberyn Martell The Red Viper ? and Ned Stark.?
The report also provided fake statements from Martin saying that he will not be handling the show because of his busy schedule. His inability to write fast also hinders him from being able to get anything finished, the fake statement said.
?I have too much to do. That is something HBO and the DB and David are dealing with.? I have two more books to finish and I still have so much to do. The pressure is on. I am such a slow writer and the fans get upset that I don?t write faster.?