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George R.R. Martin, author behind ‘Games of Thrones’, signs new five-year deal with HBO



George R.R. Martin, whose ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ sequence was tailored into HBO’s fashionable ‘Game of Thrones’ sequence and upcoming spinoffs, has signed a brand new five-year total deal on the premium community and its streaming sibling HBO Max, The Hollywood Reporter revealed.

Martin will develop content material for HBO and HBO Max underneath the pact, introduced Friday, which is alleged to be within the mid-eight figures. He had been underneath an total deal at HBO since 2013.

Martin is co-creator and government producer on the upcoming ‘GoT’ prequel sequence ‘House of the Dragon’. He is also government producing plenty of different ‘GoT’ prequel initiatives within the works at HBO and HBO Max. They embrace ‘9 Voyages’ aka ‘Sea Snake’, ‘Flea Bottom’, ‘10,000 Ships’ and an adaptation of Martin’s ‘Tales of Dunk & Egg’ novellas — all for HBO — in addition to a attainable ‘GoT’ animated sequence.

Martin served as co-executive producer on ‘Game of Thrones’, sharing into the present’s 4 Drama Sequence Emmy Awards.

‘House of the Dragon’ tells the story of Home Targaryen again when Daenerys’ ancestors dominated Westeros. The sequence stars Olivia Cooke, Emma D’Arcy, Paddy Considine and Matt Smith and is from co-showrunners Ryan Condal (‘Colony’) and Miguel Sapochnik (who directed a few of the best episodes of ‘GoT’, together with ‘Battle of the Bastards’).

Season considered one of ‘House of the Dragon’ is 10 episodes and anticipated to air in 2022.




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