‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 5 Spoilers: All Set For Dorne As Cercei’s Daughter Will Be Recast? George R. R Martin Says TV Show Will Be Different From His Two Unfinished Books


“Game of Thrones” season 5 spoilers are here and the show’s going to Dorne is confirmed by a report that the character of Cercei’s daughter, Myrcella Baratheon, will be recast. Meanwhile, George R. R. Martin said that the TV show will be different from his two unfinished “A Song of Fire and Ice” novels.

According to the fansite,, Aimee Richardson might be replaced as Princess Myrcella Baratheon by Nell Tiger Free, who was seen as Chloe in

“Mr. Stink.”

If the report proves to be true, it’s the second recasting for the show after Dean Charles Chapman replacing Callum Wharry.

“Game of Thrones” season 5 spoilers reported by various sources point to a major treatment of Dorne, the home of Prince Oberyn Martell, for future episodes. It can be recalled that Myercella Bratheon was shipped off to Dorne to be married off to Prince Trystane on orders of Tyrion (as the King’s Hand) in order to protect her.

“Our sources are telling us that Myrcella’s betrothal to Prince Trystane of Dorne will be played up in season five, with the princess falling in love with the handsome young prince. She’ll have a substantially increased, romantic role compared to her part in ‘A Feast for Crows,'”

of the “Game of Thrones” season 5 spoilers.

Meanwhile, George R. R. Martin told

that no matter the temptation, he won’t be influenced by what happened in “Game of Thrones” for the two remaining “A Song of Fire and Ice” novels. “There is a temptation, but I resist the temptation. I began this series in 1991 and I knew where I was going,” he said. “It would be a very foolish mistake to change my destination and to rewrite on the fly because of anything that happens with the TV show.

“I love the TV show and I write one episode a year and I am one of the executive producers, which is two different animals. The books are the books and the TV show is the TV show; you can’t get them confused,” George R. R. Martin added.

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