The world of Game of Thrones has expanded again. According to reports, HBO is developing three other “Game of Thrones” prequel by-products under the working names “9 Voyages”, “10,000 Ships” and “Flea Bottom”. Nine travelers from Bruno Heller (psychologist) followed Corlys “Sea Snake” Velaryon, whose wealth dwarfs House Lannister’s wealth. The 10,000 warships were about a thousand years before “Game of Thrones”, about the samurai queen Princess Nymeria, who established the Kingdom of Dorne in Westeros. Finally, Flea Valley is naturally located in the slums of the land of the kings of the same name. As of now, no writer has any connection with the bottom of 10,000 ships or fleas.
The deadline first brought three new “Game of Thrones” prequels derivative products in HBO’s work, and the “Hollywood Report” confirmed the situation a few minutes later. Deadline pointed out that “9 Voyages” is the farthest along the way because it has established a creative team, including Heller, who founded the psychologist, Rome (Applicable to HBO) and has been developed Gotham. It is said that there are 10,000 ships and the bottom of the flea in the exploratory stage. HBO declined to comment on the two reports.
Interestingly, Lord Corlys Velaryon, the protagonist of “9 Voyages” played by Steve Toussaint, is also part of “Dragon House”, which is The only “Game of Thrones” derivative product confirmed so far will start production next month in April. As THR pointed out, HBO is essentially developing a derivative based on a character (still part of another derivative that has not yet been filmed). This fully demonstrates HBO’s aggressive progress in expanding the field of “Game of Thrones”.
In addition to “Dragon House”, HBO is also said to be developing the Dunk & Egg series based on George RR Martin’s “Dunk and Egg Story” novella, and HBO Max has adult animation in “Early Development” A derivative work of “Thrones”. . With these three new prequels, the total number of “Game of Thrones” derivative products has reached six, of which five are under development, and the other has a series of orders.
Here is more information about the three new Thrones derivatives in development:
in 9 voyages, Corlys Velaryon (the King of Tides) boarded the Sea Serpent. Velaryon will travel through known worlds, including Pentos, Dragonstone, Lys, Tyrosh, Myr and the legendary kingdoms of Yi Ti and Leng. Velaryon later tried to sail on the “Ice Wolf” ship north of the Great North because he tried to find a passage from the top of Mount Westero, but only encountered frozen oceans and icebergs as big as mountains.
10,000 ships It tells the story of Princess Nymeria and the surviving Rhoynars who traveled from Essos to Dorne after losing to Valyrian Freehold in the Second Spice War. Her story is more than 1,000 years old-making it the “oldest” throne prequel-but she is a legend, and her name still has weight. In Game of Thrones, Arya Stark (Arya Stark) is named after her werewolf, and we also have Nymeria Sand (Jessica Hanwick) Henwick)). This also gave HBO the opportunity to enrich Dorne, which was ignored in “Game of Thrones.”
Flea bottom Will follow those who live in the poorest part of the King’s Landing District, in the maze of narrow streets and dark alleys, full of tanneries, brothels and breweries. “Game of Thrones” brings us several characters who have emerged from the bottom of the flea, including Sam Davos Seaworth (Liam Cunningham) and Jindry ( Joe Dempsie, the bastard of King Robert Baratheon. Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) even spent some time there after her father was beheaded.