Emilia Clarke and Gwendoline Christie have recently shared their thoughts about the Jon Snow spinoff series, which is currently in the early development on HBO.
Clarke, who played the role of Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO show “Game of Thrones”, admitted that she has heard about the project from Kit Harington himself, the latter who played the titular character in the original series.
“He has told me about it and I know it exists. It’s happening. It’s been created by Kit as far as I can understand, so he’s in it from the ground up,” the Mother of Dragons said to BBC.
However, when asked if she would be involved in the series, Clarke, whose character *spoiler alert* died in the penultimate episode of the final season, laughed and said, “No. I think I’m done.”
Meanwhile, Gwendoline Christie, who was asked about the possibility of her character Brienne of Tarth returning, was a little bit ambiguous about it.
In an interview to promote her new movie, “Flux Gourmet”, the British actress expressed, “I am hugely invested in playing very different parts now and being pushed and becoming a better actor, developing as an actor, and working with auteurs. There are so many directors I would love to work with, and I want to create different kinds of work. That is my focus. However, I will never stop loving Brienne of Tarth, and I will never stop being interested by her.”
In related news, “Game of Thrones” author George R.R. Martin noted that he is involved in the creative side of the planned spinoff as with all the other Thrones prequels in the works, and said that the working title for the series is called “Snow”.
An upcoming prequel series “House of the Dragon”, which takes place 200 years prior to the events of “Game of Thrones”, will be focusing on the Targaryen dynasty, which still sits on the Iron Throne, and will depict the civil war known as the Dance of the Dragon that is also the beginning of the end of their long reign over Westeros.