Game of Thrones News Roundup
Inside Game of Thrones: A Story in Score
The Game of Thrones YouTube channel uploaded a new Inside Game of Thrones video highlighting the show's music called A Story in Score.
Ramin Djawadi explained his process for composing the music for Game of Thrones.
He talked about the way he writes music and joked about how he introduces a new instrument every season.
Djawadi said that he always feels his music needs to be taken to the next level because every season inexplicably seems to go up a notch.
He also described how the story informs his choices.
For example, Arya Stark earned her own theme song by venturing out on her own.
It's an enlightening look into the mind of a master composer.
George R.R. Martin provides an update on the five Game of Thrones spinoff shows.
It was known that there were four Game of Thrones spin-off shows in various stages of development.
And then George R.R. Martin went out and announced a fifth.
Martin recently provided an update on these spin-off shows on his website, Not a Blog.
"The five successor shows are moving forward at various rates of speed and there are a couple other TV projects that I can't tell you about...
How much of this will come to pass, nobody knows. Ah, the joys of development..."
Some of the writers attached to these shows include Carly Wray (The Leftovers, Mad Men), Max Borenstein (Kong: Skull Island), Jane Goldman (Kingsman: The Golden Circle), Brian Helgeland (Legend).
An unannounced writer is attached to the fifth spin-off show.
Sophie Turner says Sansa Stark is "in it for herself"
Following in the footsteps of her mentor/predator friend, Littlefinger, Sansa Stark is holding some resentment towards Jon Snow, says Sophie Turner.
She said in an interview with Express:
"She definitely feels left out. There's a little bit of jealousy there. She feels like she deserves the title of Queen in the North.
All she wants is the respect of her brother, and she feels like she's not getting that. Fair enough!
She's very strong and steely this season. She's in it for herself. Whether that means going a bit dark... you'll have to see."
We shall see if Sansa turns on her brother or if she realizes that Littlefinger is pulling the strings by sowing doubt into her mind.
Kit Harington no longer feels safe
Jon Snow actor Kit Harington was asked what he thought about his character's future in an interview with Foxtel magazine.
"I felt safe in season six because I thought it would be bad storytelling to kill me the season after I'd resurrected. As for seasons beyond, it's back to business.
And he is in danger like everyone else."
Season 7 of Game of Thrones premieres July 16.