It’s just a matter of enough people thinking it’s a good idea. I could call Kevin and Ray and they’d love to come back and have another crack at it. It would be up to HBO. Normally I don’t like to look back, but that show was the great love of my life.
Bruno Heller, the creator of HBO’s short-lived show Rome. While he’s perhaps not directly signaling a comeback, he’s clearly not ruling it out either — especially in a post-Game of Thrones world.
I, for one, would love to see this happen. Rome was a great show that was cancelled simply because it was too expensive. But today it would probably look like almost nothing next to the budget of Game of Thrones.
For most of my life I was in a film set. And it was a horror movie.
David McAnirn, a tour guide in Northern Ireland who now leads people through the various locations in the country used in Game of Thrones. But he’s speaking, of course, about the sectarian fighting that ripped apart Northern Ireland between 1969 and 1998.
Now tourism is starting to boom, thanks in part to the show, as Stephanie Rosembloom points out.
Any man who must say ‘I am the King’ is no true king.