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George RR Martin developing ‘Roadmarks’ as a TV series for HBO

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As Deadline reports, HBO has begun development of a television adaptation of‘Roadmarks’Based on the classic science fiction and fantasy novel of the same name by Roger Zelazny, the project comes from the author of ‘Game of Thrones’, George RR Martin and Kalinda Vazquez.

Released in 1979, ‘Roadmarks’ focuses on a road that can travel back in time, linking all time lines and places for the special people who discover it. Some may use it to explore the vast mysteries of the world, but for others … the path may be their only hope of survival, rewriting life-altering mistakes, and creating a better future for themselves and their loved ones. The path was created by the Dragons of Bel’kwinith and no one knows who they are or why they did it.

“My television career began in 1985 when I adapted Roger Zelazny’s Last Defender of Camelot for The Twilight Zone. Roger was a friend, mentor, and one of the best science fiction writers that ever lived,” Martin said in a release. “It was an honor to be able to bring her work to television. That is why I am so excited to be part of the adaptation of Roger’s novel Roadmarks for HBO. Wonderful and original series. I look forward to a long and exciting journey. “

The series will be written and produced by Kalinda Vazquez (‘Fear the Walking Dead’), who will also act as showrunner. Martin, a close friend of the late author, executive produce alongside Vince Gerardis, executive producer of ‘Game of Thrones’. Recall that both Martin and Gerardis are currently working on HBO’s first GOT prequel series, ‘House of the Dragon’.