George R.R. Martin Doesn’t Think His New Shows Will Ever Match the Success of ‘Game of Thrones’

George R.R. Martin Doesn’t Think His New Shows Will Ever Match the Success of ‘Game of Thrones’
When George R.R. Martin first started screenwriting in the early 1990s, his then-agent recommended he read “Adventures in the Screen Trade” by William Goldman, in which one of Goldman’s central maxims is “Nobody knows anything.”

“My experience with ‘Game of Thrones’ just confirms that Goldman had it right: Nobody knows anything. Don’t let anyone tell you what’s produce-able, not produce-able,” said the “A Song of Ice and Fire” author on the “Maltin on Movies” podcast, co-hosted by film critic Leonard Maltin and his daughter, Jessie Maltin.

The episode was recorded at the historic Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe,
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