Game Of Thrones | Brienne actress talks about possible return in Jon Snow series

Many fans have been curious about which Game Of Thrones characters the Jon Snow series will bring back, and the Brienne actress talks about it.

Actress Gwendoline Christie tells the colliderwho loves the idea of ​​the derivative, but says not to expect to see the Brienne in the series of Jon Snowbecause although she does not rule out 100% a return, the actress is focused on giving her career another direction, aiming to work with new characters.

“I loved hearing about the Jon Snow spinoff. I really did. I loved watching Game of Thrones too. It’s very surprising to feel this surge of interest that people still have in the show. I think a lot of people want to see this story continue.” – It says Christie.

“I’m very committed to playing very different roles now, aiming to become a better actress, develop myself, and work with other authors. There are many directors I would love to work with, and I want to create different types of work. That’s my focus. However, I will never stop loving Brienne of Tarth, and I will never stop being interested in her.” – Complete actress.

The spin-off series features a collaboration with George RR Martin, but is a creation of actor Kit Harington.


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The last time we saw Jon Snow, he learns that his real name was Aegon Targaryen, a potential heir to the Iron Throne. However, he ends up exiled from Westeros, and that’s when he decides to travel North of the Wall to leave his old life behind. ‎

‎Since completing his work on the main series, Harington has appeared in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, playing Dane Whitman in Eternals. There is even the expectation that the character will assume the nickname of Black Knight.

In theory, this spinoff could open the door for other surviving characters to reappear, including Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).‎

There are several other spinoffs of the franchise in development, with The House of the Dragon being the next one to debut: August 21st.