Well, if Game of Thrones’ intent was to sow confusion with claims of shooting multiple endings, it’s working. Star Maisie Williams is the latest to cast doubt on the already-obfuscating rumor, hinting not even HBO has the budget for that.
Reporters claiming Game of Thrones’ final season will premiere in April 2019 have officially made Arya’s list. Star Maisie Williams says recent comments about the 2019 premiere landing in spring were “completely false,” and taken out of context from an earlier interview.
We’ll spend the entirety of 2018 without Game of Thrones, but the final season’s 2019 bow may feel like we never left. Star Maisie Williams seemingly let slip exactly when Season 8 will air its first episode, and it feels wonderfully familiar.
Aardman Animations, the folks who brought us Chicken Run, Shaun the Sheep, and Wallace & Gromit, are back with another delightful feature about a young caveman whose way of life is on the brink of extinction. Early Man stars the voice talents of Eddie Redmayne as Stone Age caveman Dug whose tribe is caught between one era of man and another wielding weapons made of metal, mammoths, and soccer.
Perhaps overshadowed in all the incest and zombie dragons of Game of Thrones’ finale were the Stark siblings pulling a fast one on Littlefinger. The revelation of Arya and Sansa’s deception caught a few off guard, but stars and director Jeremy Podeswa now explain how a missing Bran scene set the whole thing in motion.
We’re just two weeks from Game of Thrones dropping another season’s worth of mysteries and crossovers, though some from early years are bound to fall by the wayside. One Arya-Littlefinger question in particular has bothered us since Season 2, and Aiden Gillen finally has a (foreshadowing?) answer.
There was plenty to uncover within the Game of Thrones Season 7 trailer itself, but you know those sneaky rascals at HBO; there’s always more behind the scenes. So it is, that a new costume featurette teases not only new looks, but perhaps some major reunions to come.