Why Anybody Could Die on "Game of Thrones" | Rahny Taylor Morning Show

GEORGE R.R. MARTIN SHOULD be at home writing "Game of Thrones" . . . but of course he isn't.  He's out giving INTERVIEWS about "Game of Thrones".

In a recent one, he was asked why he isn't afraid to kill off so many characters . . . and he said he learned it from "Lord of the Rings", when Gandalf died.

He said, quote, "The minute you kill Gandalf, the suspense of everything that follows is 1,000-times greater.  Because now anybody could die.  Of course that's had a profound effect on my own willingness to kill characters at the drop of a hat."

(Here's video)

 
 

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