According to foreign media reports, George R. R. Martin, of course, is willing to write a script for HBO’s just-released “Game of Thrones” prequel, House of Dragons, but he won’t, at least not. On Wednesday, local time, the writer shared some information about House of The Dragon and its involvement in the project.
Martin wrote: “I want to be part of it… And who knows, if all goes well, I could even write a few episodes like I did in the first four seasons of Game of Thrones. “
Don’t get excited! Martin added: “But… Let me be clear… I won’t take any scripts until I finish and publish “The Cold Wind of Winter.” Winter is coming, but “Cold Wind” is still my number one priority, although I’d love to write a few scripts for House. “
Martin admitted in 2018 that he had been entangled for years for the sixth volume of the Song of Ice and Fire series. Although he may prioritize completing the book, that doesn’t mean it will appear on the shelf any time soon.
In addition, Martin mentioned the cancellation of another prequel to Game of Thrones, starring Naomi Watts. He said he was saddened by the news and wondered why HBO had chosen to abandon the show.