A new Game of Thrones prequel series appears to be in development at HBO, and we know what story it will tell

HBO is in early stages of a prequel what to focus on Conquest of Westeros by Aegon I Targaryenas mentioned diversity.

It should be noted that many of the plans related to the Game of Thrones prequels didn’t materialize, and still do There is no linked screenwriter for this particular project. However, It seems the executives are keen to see it throughby variety.

According to the article, there are also ideas for a feature film that would lead to the series, although plans are subject to change. However, when IGN reached out to an HBO representative for comment, he said so it has not been confirmed and that “Variety has published this as speculation without our involvement.”

Given the interest in the silver-haired family, it wouldn’t be surprising for HBO to focus on the Targaryens in its spin-off and franchise launch plans. The spin-off titled The House of the Dragon was a hit last yearachieving the biggest opening in HBO history.

Aegon I Targaryen in particular, as readers of the books will know, is easy one of the most influential Targaryens up until the Daenerys era in Game of Thrones. With the dragons Balerion, Vhagar, and Meraxes, he conquered six of the seven kingdoms of Westeros (Dorne was the only exception) and became the first king of the iron thronewho ruled with his sister-wives Visenya and Rhaenys and led to almost 300 years of Targaryen rule.

His story is told in Fire and Blood, which also served as the basis for the HBO series House of the Dragon.

It’s just HBO’s latest attempt to turn Game of Thrones into a full-fledged franchise The Hollywood Reporter reported last year that executives considered at least 15 possible concepts. One idea that went a little further than the others (a $30 million pilot was even shot) was Bloodmoon, which would have starred Naomi Watts and would take place during The Long Night. In the end, however, it was discarded.

A few months ago, George RR Martin, author of Game of Thrones, offered an update on your blog where he vaguely delved into the development of some spin-offs.

“Some move faster than others, as evolution always does,” he wrote. “None has been given the green light yet, although we hope it will be soon. A few have been archived but I don’t agree to give her up for dead. You can take something off the shelf just as easily as you can put it on it. Any changes to HBO Max have obviously impacted us.”

Other previously reported spin-offs whose status remains unknown are live-action series titled The Sea Snake, 10,000 Ships, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms / The Hedge Knight (title undetermined), and The Golden Empire (working title). as well as several animated series and a Jon Snow spin-off.

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