HBO Max problems affect ‘Game of Thrones’ spin-offs according to George R.R. Martin: None of them were greenlit

tMay cause chaos between HBO Max and Warner Bros. After the latter’s merger with Discovery took its toll on game of thrones franchise, as many series and movies could be canceled in the aftermath.

the Dragon house It was a hit with both critics and viewers, and such positive reception should have led to more spin-offs George RR Martinbook in the future. But the future of these shows is still up in the air.

The author himself wrote on his blog that for more projects to come out of the fantasy saga, they’re counting on approval from HBO Max.

“Some byproducts move faster than others, as is always the case with development,” he wrote.

“Some of these move faster than others, as is always the case with development,” Martin said. “Nothing has been lit yet, though we hope…maybe soon. A couple have been shelved, but I don’t agree they’re dead. You can remove something from the shelf as easily as you can put it on the shelf.”

Changes have affected

He reminded fans that all of the changes at Warner Bros. And HBO Max affects them: “All of the changes in HBO Max definitely affected us,” Martin said.

“I hope Casterly Rock doesn’t stay offstage forever,” he added. “I have two more novels, and my plan is for one or more of my point of view characters to visit The Rock in The Winds of Winter or A Dream of Spring, so that I may show you all the wonders and horrors and treasures of House Lannister firsthand.”

The author is said to have a net worth of $120 millionmore than enough to set his pen – or keyboard – and live out the rest of his days in comfort.

But that hasn’t stopped him from continuing his work, as he says he’s working on “a lot of bloody stuff” that “might soon explode off his head.”


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