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'''D.B. "Dan" Weiss''' is an American novelist and scriptwriter. His debut novel ''[[wikipedia:Lucky Wander Boy|Lucky Wander Boy]]'' attracted favorable reviews on its release in 2002. He has written a number of unproduced film screenplays, including adaptations of the ''[[wikipedia:Halo (computer game)|Halo]]'' computer game series and of the novel ''[[wikipedia:Ender's Game|Ender's Game]]''. He is also working on the ''[[wikipedia: I Am Legend (film)|I Am Legend]]'' prequel movie. He is a long-time friend and occasional collaborator of [[David Benioff]].
'''D.B. 'Dan' Weiss''' is an American novelist and scriptwriter. His debut novel ''[[wikipedia:Lucky Wander Boy|Lucky Wander Boy]]'' attracted favorable reviews on its release in 2002. He has written a number of unproduced film screenplays, including adaptations of the ''[[wikipedia:Halo (computer game)|Halo]]'' computer game series and of the novel ''[[wikipedia:Ender's Game|Ender's Game]]''. He is also working on the ''[[wikipedia: I Am Legend (film)|I Am Legend]]'' prequel movie. He is a long-time friend and occasional collaborator of [[David Benioff]].
 
   
Benioff asked Weiss to develop the ''[[Game of Thrones]]'' project with him for HBO. On 16 January 2007 [[HBO]] optioned the rights to the books and the two writers began developing the project as a pilot script. The two writers appeared with [[George R.R. Martin]] at an appearance on social networking site ''[[wikipedia:Second Life|Second Life]]'' on 31 May 2007 to discuss the project with fans. On 9 September 2008 HBO exercised their option to buy the rights and ordered a pilot on 11 November, with Benioff and Weiss appointed as executive producers and showrunners of the project.
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Benioff asked Weiss to develop the ''[[Game of Thrones]]'' project with him for HBO. On 16 January 2007[[HBO]] optioned the rights to the books and the two writers began developing the project as a pilot script. The two writers appeared with [[George R.R. Martin]] at an appearance on social networking site ''[[wikipedia:Second Life|Second Life]]'' on 31 May 2007 to discuss the project with fans. On 9 September 2008, HBO exercised their option to buy the rights and ordered a pilot on 11 November, with Benioff and Weiss appointed as executive producers and showrunners of the project.
   
On ''[[Game of Thrones]]'' Weiss works as executive producer, showrunner and scriptwriter. Together with David Benioff he has written most of the episodes of the series to date. Starting with the [[Season 3|third season]], he will be co-directing episodes with Benioff.<ref>[http://www.westeros.org/GoT/News/Entry/Season_3_Directors/ Westeros.org]</ref>
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On ''[[Game of Thrones]]'' Weiss works as executive producer, showrunner, and scriptwriter. Together with David Benioff he has written most of the episodes of the series to date. Starting with the [[Season 3|third season]], he has co-directed episodes with Benioff.<ref>[http://www.westeros.org/GoT/News/Entry/Season_3_Directors/ Westeros.org]</ref>
   
 
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Daniel Brett Weiss
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D.B. "Dan" Weiss is an American novelist and scriptwriter. His debut novel Lucky Wander Boy attracted favorable reviews on its release in 2002. He has written a number of unproduced film screenplays, including adaptations of the Halo computer game series and of the novel Ender's Game. He is also working on the I Am Legend prequel movie. He is a long-time friend and occasional collaborator of David Benioff.

Benioff asked Weiss to develop the Game of Thrones project with him for HBO. On 16 January 2007, HBO optioned the rights to the books and the two writers began developing the project as a pilot script. The two writers appeared with George R.R. Martin at an appearance on social networking site Second Life on 31 May 2007 to discuss the project with fans. On 9 September 2008, HBO exercised their option to buy the rights and ordered a pilot on 11 November, with Benioff and Weiss appointed as executive producers and showrunners of the project.

On Game of Thrones Weiss works as executive producer, showrunner, and scriptwriter. Together with David Benioff he has written most of the episodes of the series to date. Starting with the third season, he has co-directed episodes with Benioff.[1]

Series creditsEdit

Executive producer/showrunnerEdit

WriterEdit

Season 1

Season one credits
Winter is Coming * The Kingsroad * Lord Snow * Cripples, Bastards and Broken Things The Wolf and the Lion *
A Golden Crown You Win or You Die * The Pointy End Baelor * Fire and Blood *

* - co-written with David Benioff

Season 2

Season two credits
The North Remembers * The Night Lands * What is Dead May Never Die Garden of Bones The Ghost of Harrenhal *
The Old Gods and the New A Man Without Honor * The Prince of Winterfell * Blackwater Valar Morghulis *

* - co-written with David Benioff

Season 3

Season three credits
Valar Dohaeris * Dark Wings, Dark Words Walk of Punishment * And Now His Watch is Ended * Kissed by Fire
The Climb * The Bear and the Maiden Fair Second Sons * The Rains of Castamere * Mhysa *

* - co-written with David Benioff

Season 4

Season four credits
Two Swords * The Lion and the Rose Breaker of Chains * Oathkeeper First of His Name *
The Laws of Gods and Men Mockingbird * The Mountain and the Viper * The Watchers on the Wall * The Children *

* - co-written with David Benioff

DirectorEdit

Season three credits
Valar Dohaeris Dark Wings, Dark Words Walk of Punishment And Now His Watch is Ended Kissed by Fire
The Climb The Bear and the Maiden Fair Second Sons The Rains of Castamere Mhysa
Season four credits
Two Swords The Lion and the Rose Breaker of Chains Oathkeeper First of His Name
The Laws of Gods and Men Mockingbird The Mountain and the Viper The Watchers on the Wall The Children

* - co-directed with David Benioff

Other creditsEdit

BibliographyEdit

  • Lucky Wander Boy (2002)

ScriptwriterEdit

  • Halo (not made)
  • I Am Legend prequel movie (in development)

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