Nov 28, 2016 05:10 AM EST

'The Winds Of Winter' Spoilers, News & Updates: George RR Martin Plans To Kill Two Major Characters In 'Game Of Thrones'; Find Out Here

By Astrid

An old interview of "The Winds Of Winter" famed author George RR Martin recently resurfaced online revealing some interesting details about the future of two major characters in "Game Of Thrones."

Recently, an old interview of "The Winds Of Winter" author George RR Martin resurfaced online sending fans in a frenzy. During the infamous author's discussion with "Flashpoint Weekly" way back 1999, he revealed the tragic fate of two major characters in the hit HBO series "Game Of Thrones."

According to Parent Herald, George RR Martin has the future already set up for Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen and Kit Harington's Jon Snow. Apparently, the two lead stars of "Game Thrones" are expected to be the biggest players for the Iron Throne. However, George RR Martin disclosed that death may be the price.

It was also noted that "The Winds Of Winter" author revealed that he actually find it hard to write about Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow in the series. With that many speculate the two major characters in the series might meet their demise soon.

Meanwhile, George RR Martin remains mum about the exact release date of "The Winds Of Winter." Fans have been anticipating its release for quite a while. Some are even getting impatient for the series being kept under wraps longer than expected.

Recently, an enhanced edition of "The Winds Of Winter" has been launched on Apple's iBook. According to the previous report by Jobs & Hire, the said release was part of the 20th-anniversary celebration of "A Song Of Ice And Fire" series.

George RR Martin seems to be very positive about the franchise's latest development and even expressed his impression about it, saying, "Anything that confuses you, anything you want to know more about, it's right there at your fingertips. It's an amazing next step in the world of books."

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