Game of Thrones writer and co-executive producer Bryan Cogman is set to swap George RR Martin's fantasy world for another, equally mythical series.
Cogman has reportedly signed on as consultant on Amazon's much-anticipated Lord of the Rings television series, according to Variety.
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Having started out as David Benioff and DB Weiss's assistant, Cogman wrote various episodes for the HBO series including episode two of the eighth season, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, and had originally been slated to develop a new series set within the Game of Thrones universe.
Back in 2017 Amazon struck a reported $250 million deal, signing on for five seasons of the Lord of the Rings series. The show will be set during the 3,441-year period before the events of The Fellowship of the Ring.
Cogman is also reportedly attached as screenwriter to an upcoming live-action version of the animated Arthurian film The Sword in the Stone.