HBO has announced three more Game of Thrones adaptations. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the new trio series, George R.R. It will be based on the fantasy world of Martin.
The first film will be a work called 9 Voyages and will be produced by Rome’s creator Bruno Heller. This will be about Lord Corlys Velaryon aka The Sea Snake. The character will also appear in the Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon, which will be portrayed by Steve Toussaint.
The second project focuses on the warrior queen Princess Nymeria, a venerable ancestor of the House of Martell. This story dates back to about 1000 years before Game of Thrones and deals with older times than other projects.
The last prequel series will take place in the slums of King’s Landing. Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, and Olivia Cooke will star and will appear in addition to the upcoming House of the Dragon. This story focuses on the Targaryens and takes place about 300 years before GoT.
During a recent interview with Variety, Olivia Cooke revealed what she thinks about the scenario after reading the script of Game of Thrones’ spinoff prequel, House of the Dragon.
Here’s what Olivia Cooke stated:
“When I read the script, I hadn’t seen any ‘Game of Thrones,’ but then I binged it and now I’m obsessed.”
“I had to do so many self-tapes. I was on hold for ages. People would ask, ‘What’s up for you next?’ and I’d have to be like, ‘Nothing.’”
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