Game of Thrones Creator George RR Martin Discusses the Potential Spin-Off

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George RR Martin has given details about the new productions that are coming as a spin-off of Game of Thrones. The writer of the novels that inspired the famous television series stated that he is heavily involved in each of these projects, so we can expect that the original idea and concept of his stories will be respected.

On the one hand is House of the Dragon, the prequel that is already confirmed and will be released this year on HBO Max. The public has already been able to see images of the characters and now the writer has sown more expectations by saying: “ House of the Dragon was recorded in London and is now in post-production. What I have seen has enchanted me. And I can’t wait to see more. “

Among the series still running as projects is one centered around the character of Corlys Celaryon that has changed its name from Nine Voyages  to  The Sea Snake . The Dunk & Egg series, which will be an adaptation of the novel The Hedge Knight , is also in the works . Meanwhile, Amanda Segel is working on the Nymeria Sand series to be called Ten Thousand Ships . In addition, an animated series is planned that has been confirmed: The Golden Empire .

In any case, the writer himself confessed that there is still information that he should keep to himself, including the number of projects that are being carried out based on his novels: “No, I can’t tell you how many. But it is my hope that a number of these shows will make it to the air. Not all, no, they are never all, but more than one” .

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Finally, Martin gave an update for his fans on the status of his Winds of Winter book: “And I know, for many of you only one of those projects (The Winds of Winter ) is important. Very sorry. They all matter to me . Of course I’m working on The Winds of Winter . I’ve said it hundreds of times in hundreds of places, having to repeat it endlessly is tiring. I’ve made a lot of progress on The Winds of Winter in 2020, and less in 2021…but ‘less’ isn’t ‘nothing.’”

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