It’s official… George R.R. Martin’s long-awaited ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel series has taken flight, ready to incinerate hapless armies, helpless civilians, and eager TV screens in 2022.
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See snap from show's first socially distanced table read; long-awaited prequel series, based on George R. R. Martin’s 2018 book, ‘Fire & Blood,’ follows the fiery exploits of the oft-mad House Targaryen.
Marathon back-to-back airing of ‘every episode starting with Season 1 begins April 10th; interactive HBO Max spotlight page will have over 150 special videos.
Author teams with playwright Duncan MacMillan on stage play set 16 years prior to the now infamous book and HBO series, during The Great Tourney at Harrenhal, and may feature familiar characters.
While whom the ‘Game of Thrones’ actress will play remains unknown, speculation points to Kenobi’s lover Satine Kryze, or ‘Clone Wars’ villain Asajj Ventress.
The fantasy feature adaptation will star action darling Milla Jovovich and tough guy Dave Bautista, who will also produce.
The duo will executive produce the series, based on famed sci-fi author Roger Zelazny’s 1970s novel which features a time traveling highway and… dragons.
The long-awaited prequel series begins production in April, and welcomes series regulars Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon, Rhys Ifans as Ser Otto Hightower, Eve Best as Princess Rhaenys Velaryon, and Sonoya Mizuno as Mysaria.
The rumored series is just one of many ‘GOT’ extended universe projects being considered for HBO Max, with no creative team currently on board.
The series will chronicle a sequence of novellas set about 90 years before the events of Game of Thrones, and will follow the exploits of Ser Duncan the Tall (Dunk) and a young Aegon V Targaryen (Egg).
The 11th Doctor Who is now set for winged battle as Daemon Targaryen, warrior and husband to Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, in George R.R. Martin’s upcoming HBO Max series.
Lauren Hissrich, showrunner on the highly anticipated fantasy series, hints at a seven-season plan for the show, which drops its first episode set December 20, 2019.
Unnamed Game of Thrones prequel in development at HBO to feature the fiery reign of the Targaryen’s and their faithful dragon companions.