George R.R. Martin SLAMS Hollywood Adaptations! Tom Bombadil in Amazon LOTR?!


George R.R. Martin is taking Hollywood adaptations of established IP to task, claiming that writers are taking too many liberties with their “adaptations.” This is after saying that fans who were critical of movies were actually “anti-fans,” so take it for whatever it’s worth. And Amazon thinks its a good idea to add Tom Bombafdil to Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Season 2. Good luck with THAT.

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00:00 George R.R. Martin criticizes Hollywood adaptations and doubts Amazon’s treatment of Tom Bombadil in Lord of the Rings.

04:11 George R.R. Martin criticizes toxic anti-fans and Hollywood adaptations, defending people’s right to express dislike without harassment.

06:35 Hollywood adaptations of classic works are being disregarded for new versions and sequels, with George R.R. Martin criticizing the showrunners’ disdain for the original material and expressing concern about the lack of source material for future seasons of TV shows.

09:50 George R.R. Martin criticizes Hollywood adaptations, saying they fail to give fans what they want, leading to a lack of interest in movies, but “Furiosa” is supposedly good and worth supporting.

12:22 George R.R. Martin criticizes Hollywood adaptations and expresses disappointment in mistakes made in a particular game.

14:28 George R.R. Martin criticizes Hollywood adaptations and questions the hiring of fanfic writers for Lord of the Rings, particularly referencing the case of the writers who learned Elvish but still couldn’t make their own stuff, and discusses the potential inclusion of Tom Bombadil in the Amazon LOTR series.

16:03 George R.R. Martin criticizes Hollywood adaptations and discusses the exclusion of Tom Bombadil from the Lord of the Rings film, as well as the inclusion of Tom Bombadil in the Amazon LOTR series.

19:54 George R.R. Martin criticizes Hollywood adaptations and discusses the possibility of Tom Bombadil appearing in Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series.

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