'Winds of Winter' Release May Coincide With 'Game of Thrones' Season 7; George R.R. Martin To Launch Affordable Film Studio
George R. R. Martin has indicated that his much-awaited book "Winds of Winter" in the series titled "A Song of Ice and Fire" is likely to be launched in this year itself. Meanwhile, the author has decided to open an affordable film studio in his hometown.
Martin's "Winds of Winter" Can Coincide with "Game of Thrones" Season 7
It was six years ago when George R. R. Martin's previous book titled "A Dance with Dragon" was published. His readers have been waiting eagerly for the launch of "Winds of Winter" for quite some time now. But the good news for Martin's fans is that there is a possibility for the book to come out in 2017.
Martin said "I think it will be out this year," when a fan asked him about the book's release. However, he did not confirm the exact date for his book's launch, Reporter Times mentioned. Meanwhile, though the writer is working in "Winds of Winter," he has asked for suggestions from his fans on different projects too.
Martin also declared he will release a different short story in Westeros titled "Sons of Dragons" in October this year. Some spoilers are even teasing that if WoW is launched this year, it can overlap with the premiere of "Game of Thrones" Season 7. However, the news has not been officially confirmed.
Martin To Open Accessible Studio for Filmmakers
The renowned writer has recently declared that he intends to launch a not-for-profit studio called "Stagecoach Foundation" in his hometown in New Mexico, Screen Crush noted. Martin has a dream to make his film studio "accessible and affordable." He intends to enable the new artists as well as established producers to have a proper studio to produce their films.
Filmmakers like Ethan and Joel Coen have already made it known that they plan to use "Stagecoach Foundation" to film certain portions of their upcoming movie. If Martin is really serious about starting this new facility, there is no doubt that it will be a big boost for filmmakers in New Mexico.