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‘The House of the Dragon’ is just the start.

By ki0nk Jun24,2024

‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The House of the Dragon’ are just two examples of the many sequels and spin-offs that are available.

The recent announcement of “The Knight of the Seven Kingdoms: Knight Errant” serves to remind us that “The House of the Dragon” is not an isolated phenomena. This news demonstrates that despite the passage of time after the bombing of “Game of Thrones,” the property continues to be one of Warner’s most valuable assets. HBO is not going to stop at the prequel that has just released its second season, despite the fact that the number of concepts that were canceled and the projects that were intended to be completed is significantly more than the number of successful initiatives. We take a look at a few of the’Game of Thrones’ series that are scheduled to be released in the future weeks, months, and years.

This spin-off of Dunk and Egg will be the first item that we will see, and filming has already officially began in Ireland. The story will follow Dunk and Egg as they go through the Seven Kingdoms. Both Peter Claffey, who will play Dunk, and Dexter Sol Ansell, who will play Egg, will be the protagonists. We have already obtained an official portrait of the first, and his exploits took place one hundred years prior to what was depicted in the television series the “Game of Thrones.” The foundation is comprised of three collections of short stories written by George R. R. Martin, which together constitute the ‘Tales of Dunk and Egg’ cycle. The first of these collections, titled ‘The Errant Knight,’ would serve as the foundation for the first season, which may appear in the year 2025.

There is simply speculation about this series that appears to be moving forward, despite the fact that it has not yet progressed past the pre-production stage at this point in time. Aegon Targaryan and the Seven Kingdoms, which he created as a result of his acts while riding a dragon, would be the primary emphasis of the story. When we first started hearing about it in 2023, one of the ideas that was being examined was that of a film that would be developed into a series. However, it appears that the project is presently only a series at this point in time. “The House of the Dragon” is a precursor to “Game of Thrones,” which takes place three hundred years before the events of the popular television series.

It was revealed in January 2021 that there would be an animated spin-off, and in principle, that is still going strong. In the far east of Essos is where you’ll find the Golden Empire of Yi Ti, which is the subject of their title. Martin has seen some concept art that is dedicated to the series, and he expressed his approval of it. Additionally, the setting will be a welcome departure from what has been seen in the franchise up until this point. The book “The World of Ice and Fire” is the source of practically all of the information that we currently possess regarding this country. This is due to the fact that the kingdom has only made a minute appearance in the primary storyline.

There is not a lot of information available about this prequel, but it tells the narrative of Princess Nymeria, who ruled over the Rhoynar, which was one of the three primary races in Westeros at the time. This prequel takes place no less than a thousand years before the events of “Game of Thrones.” She turned her story into a legend by commanding a thousand ships down the Rhoyne River, away from Essos, and turning her story into a legend (note that in “Game of Thrones,” Arya names her dog Nymeria in her honor). There are a number of series that have been in development for years, but unlike the one starring Jon Nieve, neither its continuation nor its cancelation has been officially confirmed. This is one of the numerous series that have been in development for years.

As of right now, and as a result of the popularity of “The House of the Dragon,” it is a safe move to investigate the saga of the Targaryens and their loved ones. “The House of the Dragon” is the most possible of all the series that are recommended for the future of the franchise. The Sea Serpent has already made an appearance in this most recent spin-off, which would center on Corlys Velaryon and his Great Sea Voyages, which are the source of his legendary namesake. Due to the fact that his journeys through the Yi Ti Empire are already well-known, this could be an excellent method to connect with the animated prequel that was suggested earlier. As an additional point of interest, House Velaryon becomes increasingly significant throughout the second season of “The House of the Dragon.” Additionally, Martin has stated that there is a significant likelihood that the series may be animated due to the limits that are placed on the budget.

I say that without really having a complete comprehension of what that means, but I am aware that it is significant to a great number of people who are fans of “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon.”

Bring on the fire breathing, because I am completely ready to be evaluated for anything that I am about to say if you choose to do so. I have a complete comprehension of fandom. In light of the fact that I am a reporter who covers entertainment by both profession and choice, I am better. That is not to mention the fact that both of those shows have been enormously successful for HBO, which is owned by the same parent corporation as CNN.

I also admit that I experience some fear of missing out (FOMO) when other people are completely obsessed with pop culture because I want to participate as well. Additionally, “Game of Thrones” is a popular show among people. With all due respect, I adore it.

If you ask my mother, she will tell you that being exposed to popular culture, particularly television series, has been ingrained in me nearly from the beginning. You would either give me a book or put me in front of the television if you wanted to keep me quiet when I was a child. They were both effective methods. That is especially true for everything that is associated with historical fiction.

Because it is based on the immensely popular “A Song of Fire and Ice” fantasy book series written by George R. R. Martin, it would make perfect sense that “Game of Thrones” would be my favorite show. The moment I laid eyes on the promotional photographs of the series prior to its premiere in 2011, my first impression was, “Medieval drama!” I was prepared to give it my full attention, beginning with the reading of the novels.

It was while I was reading the first book in the series that I first encountered the difficulty. I am the kind of person who is going to be obnoxious because I have to read the book before the thing that it is based on is released. I am also required to read book series in the order that they were published, but I digress. “A Game of Thrones” is the title of the first book, and I arrived at the book with the expectation that I would be completely captivated by all 694 pages. In order to get myself in the right frame of mind for what I had just listened to, which was a compelling story about the people who lived in the fictional kingdoms of Westeros and Essos, I even poured my favorite beverage into my chalice goblet.

Things did not go according to the plan. In spite of the fact that Martin is a talented writer, I was unable to connect with the book in any obvious way. Having the thinking, “Perhaps I just can’t read it,” I decided to download it on Audible so that I could listen to it instead. Since I started listening to it, it turned out to be the very first time that I fell asleep while listening to an audiobook.

When the first episode of the series aired, my expectations were already quite low. I made an effort to watch the first few episodes, but I found them to be too dark for my taste. I’m not only referring to the topic matter being discussed here. The cinematography appeared to be so gloomy that there were instances when I felt like I was having trouble distinguishing between the characters.

Everything seemed so…dismal. When you include in the fact that I am an empath, I actually am unable to do beheadings, I made the decision to withdraw.

By ki0nk

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