'Certified by Kit Harington'- The making of the proposed 'Game of Thrones' sequel series!
Kit Harington is deeply involved in the creation of a 'Game of Thrones' sequel, centered on Jon Snow's life after the series finale. While Emilia Clarke bids adieu, others, like Gwendoline Christie, are open to revisiting Westeros.
Emilia Clarke in Game of Thrones (Source: KSAT)
From Westeros to the Far North: Jon Snow's Next Chapter Draws Buzz
As the echoes of the final episode of 'Game of Thrones' began to fade in 2019, the burning question on everyone's lips had been - what next? As reported by Forbes last year, the world of Westeros, filled with its intricate political intrigue and mighty dragons, isn't done just yet, especially when it comes to our beloved Jon Snow.
King of the North & Beyond
Though the cast of 'Game of Thrones' has moved on to various endeavors, one person seems to have a hard time leaving the icy, brutal world of Westeros behind - Kit Harington. Attached to a proposed sequel series revolving around Jon Snow's adventures post-finale, Harington is not merely a part of the series. Emilia Clarke, the Mother of Dragons herself, reveals, “It's been created by Kit as far as I can understand, so he's in it from the ground up.” Jon Snow's end in the original series, though bittersweet, suggested he found solitude in the far North, but it appears the winds might be changing for him once again.
Returning Faces & Fresh Stories
The speculated Jon Snow sequel is bound to stir up a flurry of excitement. It’s unique because it’s not set eons before the original but follows almost immediately after the dramatic end of the White Walker war and Daenerys' unfortunate demise. The North, now under Sansa’s rule and Bran as the overall monarch, makes it hard to imagine a series without at least a glimpse of them.
Gwendoline Christie, who embodied the noble Brienne of Tarth, hinted at her potential return, stating, “Brienne of Tarth is incredibly close to my heart, and I would relish any opportunity to revisit her.” This poses an array of intriguing possibilities. Will we see more of the Stark siblings? Is Arya's oceanic adventure another potential spin-off?
Winter Isn't Over Yet
While the finale might have been divisive for fans, the thirst for more 'Game of Thrones' content is undeniable. HBO stands at a crossroads, with an opportunity to recapture the magic that once had the world gripped every Sunday night. Only time will reveal whether Jon Snow's potential sequel will bear the icy touch of the North or the fiery embrace of a dragon.
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