Prequel to "Game of Thrones" begins to take shape. In October, HBO announced that the series will star Naomi Watts ("The Impossible"), and that Josh Whitehouse ("Poldark") will also play "a key character". Now the chain has revealed the complete reproduction of the fiction and that the direction of the pilot chapter will be borne by S.J. Clarkson ("Collateral").
In addition to Watts and Whitehouse, the cast includes Naomi Ackie, Denise Gough ("Angels in America"), Jamie Campbell Bower (The Twilight Saga), Sheila Atim ("Harlots: Courtesans"), Ivanno Jeremiah ("People"), Georgie Henley ("The Chronicles of Narnia"), Alex Sharp ("How to fall in love with a punk girl") and Toby Regbo ("Government"), according to Collider.
Of course, there has been no transcendent detail on the characters that these actors will give life or the role they will play in the series. The little is known that the character of the Australian interpreter will be a "charismatic woman in the high society who holds a dark secret."
"Finding thousands of years before the" Game of Thrones "events, tells the series about the descent of the world from the heroes' golden to the darkest hour, and one thing is certain: from the cruel secrets of history from Poniente to the true origin of the white walkers, The mysteries of the east, the legend of Starks … It's not the story we think we know, "reveals HBO in synopsis.
The series, created by Jane Goldman ("Kingsman: The Secret Service") and George R.R. Martin, will serve as the prequel to the HBO horror horror, "Throne Games." His eighth and last season will come next April.