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It gets young
by Kevin Hennings
09.01.2019 – 11:02 clock
After the winter it is before the winter: When the last season of "Game of Thrones" starts in April, the series reaches its peak. The white walkers are just around the corner and everything else in Westeros is anything but a perfect world. But no matter how it ends, fans of the series will not be captured by George R.R. Martin's universe must say goodbye. A prequel that has long been confirmed by HBO is secure – now the lead and director are also confirmed.
So S.J. Clarkson originally responsible for what the pilot episode of the still nameless spin-off looks like. So far, Clarkson has not focused on an explicit genre in the industry, and most of all it has been furious: from "Dr. House" to "Orange is the New Black" to "Dexter," she has worked on all sorts of series. Most recently, she also directed the Marvel series The Defenders and Jessica Jones. In addition to her commitment to the Game of Thrones award, she also announced that she was the first woman to host a Star Trek movie. An official start date, "Star Trek: Beyond" the continuation, but not yet.
All that was known about the cast was that Naomi Watts ("Mullholland Drive") and the newcomer Josh Whitehouse ("Poldark") are involved. In addition to the Whitehouse join some other new faces to the actor. Also part of the prequel will be Naomi Ackie, who will also be in the 9th episode of Star Wars, Ivanno Jeremiah ("Black Mirror"), Denise Gough ("Robin Hood"), Alex Sharp ("To The Bone") ; s Crime "was see.
The story of the series is already known to play thousands of years before today's events in the Game of Thrones. The script is written by showrunner Jane Goldman ("Kick-Ass") in collaboration with George R. R. Martin. A shooting started was plagued for spring.
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