There are new particulars concerning the Game of Thrones sequel sequence in growth that’s centered round Jon Snow.
Saga creator George R.R. Martin and Thrones stars Emilia Clarke and Gwendoline Christie all weighed in on the mission, which The Hollywood Reporter exclusively broke final week.
Writing on his weblog, Martin revealed the mission’s working title is Snow.
Clarke famous in an interview with the BBC that Harington is deeply concerned with the mission. “He has informed me about it,” Clarke says. “And I do know it exists. It’s taking place. It’s been created by Kit so far as I can perceive, so he’s in it from the bottom up. So what you may be watching, hopefully, if it occurs, is licensed by Kit Harington.”
Martin confirmed Clarke’s account: “Yes, it was Kit Harrington who introduced the thought to us. I can not inform you the names of the writers/ showrunners, since that has not been cleared for launch but… however Kit introduced them in too, his personal group, and they’re terrific.”
The writer additionally mentioned he’s concerned with the artistic facet. “I am concerned, simply as I’m with [the Thrones prequels in the works] The Hedge Knight and The Sea Snake and Ten Thousand Ships, and all of the animated exhibits,” he wrote. “Kit’s group have visited me right here in Santa Fe and labored with me and my very own group of good, gifted author/ consultants to hammer out the present.”
Martin emphasised that “all 4 of those successor exhibits are nonetheless within the script stage” and that, as with all growth, a greenlight is way from sure. “The probability of all 4 sequence getting on the air… effectively, I’d find it irresistible, however that’s not the way in which it really works, normally.”
Clarke, requested about whether or not she might ever reprise her iconic position as Daenerys Targaryen, replied, “No, I feel I’m accomplished.”
While Christie — whose fan-favorite character Brienne of Tarth, like Jon Snow, survived all eight seasons of the sequence — mentioned she could be open to probably reprising her position sooner or later. “Brienne of Tarth is extremely near my coronary heart, and I’d relish any alternative to revisit her,” the Emmy nominee informed Newsweek. “I imagine she is enduring.”
Martin has rather more on his weblog, the place he sounds off about experiences about his emotions regarding Amazon’s upcoming Lord of the Rings sequence, celebrates the season two pickup of his new AMC sequence Dark Winds (which at the moment has a 100% approval score amongst critics on Rotten Tomatoes) and offers some form ideas and backstory about his yet-to-publish THR interview.