Game of Thrones co-creator David Benioff wants a new director to handle spin-off
HBO has hinted that there is more chances of a prequel of Game of Thrones being made rather than a sequel.
Los Angeles: Game of Thrones co-creator David Benioff says he does not want to be associated with the spin-off of the popular fantasy series, and looks forward to see the story with a new perspective and vision.
Benioff spoke about the spin-off series at South By Southwest (SXSW) conference in presence of other show runner D.B. Weiss, reports independent.co.uk.
"There's always going be an urge - the characters who maybe will survive -- there's always going to be this temptation to keep doing it; to do the spin-off show or do the sequel show and everything. And I think HBO might well do one and I'm looking forward to watching it," Benioff said.
However, despite helming the successful series, Benioff or Weiss won't be involved with the spin-off. He said, "I think it's better for them to get new blood in with new visions."
Previously, HBO programming President Casey Bloys said a prequel series would be more likely than a sequel. "It's such a big property that we would be foolish not to explore it, but it's a pretty high bar," he said.
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The 10 episode series will release in India with dubs in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Bengali alongside English.
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