- Apr 21, 2008
I actually hope Jon bangs Sansa at some point - then he would have like a full house.
Lots of continuity problems with those scenes... like :On that note:
Since there's a sort of mental link between Drogon and Dany, I'm surprised he did not try to keep a close eye on her once Jon was in her company.
...and why was Dany left alone and unguarded like that? Greyworm already didn't trust Jon, and Jon's whole body language (since Kings Landing was laid to waste) was one of someone walking on egg shells and to be viewed with suspicion!
I'm hoping that Brandon Sanderson will finish the books once Martin dies.I think he wont have a choice.
He will get a book out now - I think they may have been holding back for the TV series to finish.
So one more book and he knows it will turn into fan fiction if he does not nominate someone. So i bet that is already decided.
With enough money anything can happen.
5000 years of being badass. Only to make a rookie mistake and get shanked by a poison dwarf with daddy issues?Game of Thrones prequel: Everything we know so fa: https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-48280752
When is it set?
Whatever it's called, the show will be set around 5,000 years before events in Game of Thrones.
That means none of the characters we've come to love and hate over the last eight years will even be alive yet.
But there is one exception.
The Night King, played by Slovak actor Vladimir Furdik, will feature in the prequel.
When will we get to see it?
Not until at least next year, although filming has already started in Belfast.
HBO's Casey Bloys told The Hollywood Reporter "there's no timetable", adding: "If we do a pilot and series, nothing is going to air on HBO until at least a year after the final season."
So that means May 2020 at the earliest.