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This video hilariously sums up why George R. R. Martin hasn’t finished Winds of Winter yet

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It has been nearly a decade since the last Game of Thrones novel was written. Fans have been waiting for the next book anxiously, as there are still no clear clues when George R. R. Martin plans to complete it. Even other veteran writers such as Stephen King are worried if Martin will ever complete the series. Despite all the anguish, Martin repeatedly reassures his fans that he is working on the highly awaited book, and he plans to finish it by early 2022 and it is one of his top priorities. There have been many theories about why he hasn’t completed the novel yet, and we bring to one such hilarious theory. It was presented by the YouTube channel The Warp Zone, which is famous for making little skits over pop culture controversies. You can enjoy the clip right below!

The video shows one of the actors dressed as George R. R. Martin, walking back home. When he gets home, he is greeted by an old friend… Who is none other than the King of Hell, Lucifer. During their fun interaction, it is revealed Martin achieved great success due to his deal with the devil, and he hasn’t completed Winds of Winter to use a clever loophole to prevent his impending doom.

What do you think must be the reason why George R. R. Martin hasn’t completed the book? Talk to us in the comments below!

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Game of Thrones merchandise is rare and highly prized. They are really hard to come by, but sometimes they are found in the most unexpected of places. Game of Thrones star Kit Harington, famous for playing the role of Jon Snow on the show, recently made a surprising discovery, and chanced upon a rare Game of Thrones item at a totally unforeseen place. His reaction was priceless, and fans all over the world can’t stop giggling at the poor actor’s innocence.

Harington wasn’t exactly happy when he discovered a Game of Thrones slot machine in Las Vegas. During a recent trip to Sin City, Kit came across the Game of Thrones branded slot machine while walking through a casino.

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Kit’s friend and actor Rob McElhenney, who was there at the scene, couldn’t help but captured his expression on camera. And Game of Thrones fans can’t thank him enough for that. Rob may have made him realize something about his HBO contract.

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He made a TikTok video using the clip. “When you realize your deal didn’t include merchandising rights,” the TikTok voiceover said. The video pans to Kit’s straight-faced reaction, which has now been reviewed over 2 million times on the app.

Rob later shared a follow-up video, asking Kit what he thought of his TikTok account, to which he replied, “Isn’t that for kids?” In response, Rob offered his own displeased straight-faced reaction.

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A few months ago, Maisie Williams debuted on TikTok with a secret account. However, we can be sure of one thing, Kit’s reaction showed Jon Snow really knows nothing at all!

What do you think of Harington’s reaction? Tell us in the comments below!

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Fans of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire have been waiting a long time for his next book, The Winds of Winter. The last A Song of Ice and Fire book hit store shelves in 2011, a full decade ago. Although he updates his fans now and then, the fans are really annoyed as he is taking too long to finish. Martin is probably very sick of hearing about this, but he knows that finishing the book is his obligation towards countless readers. Martin’s unwillingness to complete the highly awaited novel was foreshadowed in an event back in 2013. He broke a musician’s guitar on-stage for singing about how he should speed up his writing.

Though it was all staged, it showed Martin had no intention of completing the novel anytime soon. The clip shows comedic music duo Paul and Storm performing their song, “Write Like the Wind (George R. R. Martin),” which came out in 2012 and is literally a song imploring Martin to write faster so everyone can enjoy A Song of Ice and Fire. “George R.R. Martin, please write and write faster, you’re not going to get any younger, you know,” it goes. “Winter is coming, I’m growing impatient, and you still got two whole damn books left to go.”

In a staged stunt, Martin comes out on stage and smashes the guitar Paul and Storm were using to bits. Then Neil Gaiman comes and reminds the band of his famous phrase: “George R.R. Martin is not your bitch.”

Do you think Martin will ever be able to complete Winds of Winter? Tell us in the comments below!

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We have always wondered how it would be like to delve inside the world of toons ever since we were kids. There have been many movies on the concept. Space Jam (1996) was a crossover between the world of cartoons and the basketball arena and was widely successful. Warner Bros is bringing the thrill of basketball and the comedy of our favourite cartoons back to the silver screen with Space Jam: A New Legacy. And it pays a beautiful homage to several of HBO’s classics, including Game of Thrones.

A preview for Space Jam: A New Legacy streaming in the Annecy International Animation Film Festival reveals several Looney Tunes characters have been spending their time in other Warner Bros.-owned universes. In the movie, Bugs Bunny and LeBron James have to travel to different worlds Warner “Serververse” to reunite the Tunes. These include the universes of Game of Thrones, The Matrix and Casablanca.

An unfinished scene in the preview shows Foghorn Leghorn living in the Game of Thrones world with Targaryen-style hair, riding a dragon and shouting “Winter is coming!” Speedy Gonzalez and Granny are shown living together in The Matrix. Speedy’s speed proves a natural fit for The Matrix’s bullet-time action.

Looney Tunes were also the most watched content on HBO Max back in 2020 post Game of Thrones era. It seems like people are still in love with the toons. What do you think of Space Jam’s homage to Warner Bros classics? Tell us in the comments below!