Game of Thrones & # 39; George R.R. Martin praises Avengers: Endgame


It seems that George R.R. Martin gave himself a little delay in the long writing process The wind of winter to capture a display from Marvel Studios & # 39; Avengers: end game. As it turns out, the Game of Thrones Author was a big, big fan of the movie.

"Endgame is amazing. Kudos to the writers and director[s]. I can't believe they put all those characters in one movie and yet did them all justice, "Martin wrote earlier this month on his personal blog." The final battle was epic, exciting, exciting, full of spins and … … and strangely beautiful. But the character scenes earlier in the film really made it for me. The opening with Hawkeye, the Ant-Man scenes, the moments of Tony Stark communicating with his helm … so much more.

There is plenty of action here, but this is not just the movie & # 39; A Big Dumb Action & # 39; of which there are far too many today. Stan Lee would have been proud. Had he ever dreamed that all those characters he and Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko and the rest of the Marvel team in the early 60s would ever dominate global culture? There is a great story for you. Oh … and yay for the rat. The unsung hero. They should make him an honorary avenger. & # 39;

The & # 39; rat & # 39; to which he refers is the rodent who inadvertently reactivates the Quantum Tunnel, returning Scott Lang / Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), who has been detained in the Quantum empire for five years since Thanos & (39) (Josh Brolin). Stone plan was successful. His term of office there began at the end of last summer Ant-Man and the Wasp when Hank Pym (Michael Douglas) and Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly) were pulled out of existence.

Realizing that only five hours have passed, Lang begins to formulate the idea of ​​using the empire to travel back in time to undo the deadly plan, a concept that eventually turns into the now infamous "time hill" seen in the movie . Without returning Ant-Man, the Avengers would have committed themselves to self-pity and depression until the end of time, so it is this one rat that really sets the story going. He (or she) is really the biggest protagonist of rodents since then Ratatouilleis Remy.

About to enter his fourth weekend in the cinemas, Avengers: end game& # 39; s global box office tally is currently at $ 2.4 billion, although the film certainly wins on James Cameron & # 39; s avatar (2009) for the record of the most successful film ever. It's already caught up with Cameron huge for the second place, so it's only a matter of time.

Game of Thrones comes to life on Sunday before 9:00 pm EST on HBO with the broadcast of the sixth episode of the eighth and final season. Nevertheless, the network is working hard on three spin-off shows in Westeros.