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HBO is developing three more Game of Thrones spin-offs

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HBO triply on Game of thrones. The network has put together three new projects that would serve as prequels to its adaptation of George RR Martin’s fantasy novel series, as reported. Deadline and confirmed by Hollywood journalist.A project provisionally has 10,000 vessels. He follows Princess Nymeria, ancestor of House Martell and founder of the Kingdom of Dorne. The series takes place a millennium before the events of Game of Thrones, marking an exploration of myths much older than the Westeros timeline.

Another project takes place in Flea Bottom, the shady, labyrinthine slum of King’s Landing that featured in the first four seasons of Game of Thrones.

The final project is developed by the creator of Rome Bruno Heller with the working title 9 Voyages. The series would follow Lord Corlys Velaryon, also known as Sea Snake and the head of the House of Velaryon.Lord Corlys Velaryon is already set to appear in Dragon house, the first Game of Thrones spin-off that HBO has given the green light. Filming for the series will begin next month, starring Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Paddy Considine and Matt Smith. It should be released in 2022.

In addition, several other Game of Thrones spin-offs are already in the works. Another series is being adapted from the short stories of Martin’s Dunk and Egg. The prequel series follows the adventures of Ser Duncan the Tail and Aegon V Targryen, 90 years before the events of the HBO show. A Game of Thrones animated series is also at the start of production at HBO Max.

Meanwhile, George RR Martin hope to finish the winds of winter by the end of the year.

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It should be borne in mind that not all of these projects may come to fruition. HBO had filmed a pilot for an Age of Heroes prequel show with Naomi Watts before decide not to go ahead with a serial order.

However, the volume of Game of Thrones content that HBO is working on reflects the network’s continued investment in maintaining the popularity of the property. since the original series aired its finale in 2019. For more information on the Game of Thrones spin-offs, read four derivative ideas we’d love to look at.

J. Kim Murphy is a freelance entertainment writer.

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