Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) said last week that HBO is planning a live-action sequel series from George R.R. Martin''s "Game of Thrones" that focuses on Kit Harington''s Jon Snow (and the actor is reportedly attached to the directorial role), according to GRRM and his blog. The author provided not only an official confirmation of the project, but also discussed his involvement in it and a whole lot more.
So, in his blog, GRRM confirmed the reporting from and said the working title is "Snow." That project joins the three other live-action shows at HBO ("TEN THOUSAND SHIPS, the Nymeria show, led by Amanda Segel, and THE HEDGE KNIGHT or KNIGHT OF THE SEVEN KINGDOMS," which have only recently been leaked. However, GRRM also said "it was Kit Harrington who brought the idea to us," and that Harington also included
As we as the animated series, the celebrated author has confirmed his involvement in the series. "Kit''s team have traveled to Santa Fe and worked with me and my own team of fantastic, talented writers/consequences to make the show official," GRRM said. While he makes clear that none of the projects have received an official approval, GRRM provided a pretty impressive-sounding update on how development is going going. "All four of these successor shows are still in the script stage. Outlines and treatments have
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