Why It's Best the Game of Thrones Prequel Won't Have Old Cast

Brunilde Fioravanti
Dicembre 6, 2018

Television history is going to be changed forever next April, when Game of Thrones screens the biggest battle ever shown on TV as part of season 8 - the final installment in HBO's epic fantasy drama series. Despite the fact that this new show is set to take place thousands of years before the events of Game of Thrones, the current cast is still being asked if they'll be making any cameo appearances. The pilot is set to film in the spring and could potentially hit the air in 2020 if the series is greenlit by HBO.

In a recent interview with Hungarian news website, Sorozat Wiki, the actor confirmed that fans will finally get to see the ultimate battle we've all been waiting for since we first saw Jon Snow take on the White Walkers.

Harington wrapped on Game of Thrones earlier this year, and while he says it was an emotional experience, he was definitely ready to hang up Longclaw.

It sounds like the actor wouldn't trade any of his time on the show, which not only led him to global fame, but introduced him to his wife, Rose Leslie. The actor pointed out that he shot the original pilot almost a decade ago and that playing a character for that long is "really unusual in an actor's career". Leslie played Ygritte, Jon Snow's love interest, from seasons two through four.

"It was a huge emotional upheaval leaving that family", he said. "Not on your life". The series' unofficial title is The Long Night and it will star Naomi Watts and Josh Whitehouse.

Harington was promoting his London play True West when he was asked by the BBC if he would consider popping in on of the multiple planned spinoffs centered on the world of GOT.

Game of Thrones season 8 will return to HBO in April 2019.

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