Sep 21, 2016 08:57 AM EDT
'Game of Thrones' Prequel Might Be Possible Says George R. R. Martin
One of the most famous TV series of today's generation is G.R.R. Martin's "Game of Thrones". Just like any other series, this popular TV show is based on the novel written by Martin a few years back.
Both the TV show and the novel series haven't ended yet. However, some would account that the novel looks better content-wise than the TV series regardless of its spectacular settings and its bizarre storyline. This is all because of one thing: a lot about Westeros has been explicated better in the book rather than the show, according iO9.
A reporter was asking Martin in the recently concluded Emmy Awards with the intriguing question about the possibility of having a prequel of the "Game of Thrones" series. Martin, being so secretive, told the reporter that "I have other things to focus on first!" just like that. What could he mean by that?
Thousands of webpages have been spreading all over the internet about the fake history and conspiracy theories and everything that led up to the "Game of Thrones" series. At the moment, the show is yet to finish having recently concluded its sixth season and the novels aren't done as well, Deadline reported.
However, it could be possible that some story about the history of Westeros could actually exist and might be unstoppable to publish or even showed on TVs. In fact, HBO has always been open to the possibilities and Martin as well has always fancied about producing a miniseries that would create a foundation of the story his genius have built.
Just the thought of the thousand pages lurking in the very corners of Martin's home is then suddenly more intriguing and exciting than the possibility of a prequel or even the next storyline that is going to transpire in the remaining" A Song of Ice and Fire" novels.
Here's George R.R. Martin talking about the World of Ice and Fire:
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