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While some may still be dwelling on how Game of Thrones ended, others are looking at what lies ahead – the Game of Thrones Prequel.
Other than the initial announcement, we haven’t heard a whole lot about it until now. Here’s The Entire Game of Thrones Prequel’s Cast…
Here’s The Entire Game of Thrones Prequel’s Cast
Miranda Richardson Richardson – I am excited about this one! She played Rita Skeeter in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1. She is also known for Sleepy Hollow, The Young Victoria, and The Phantom of the Opera.
Naomi Watts – All we know as of right now is that she is to play “a charismatic socialite hiding a dark secret” role.
Josh Whitehouse – Nothing known about his character yet. By the way, he was Hugh Armitage in Poldark.
Naomi Ackie – Again, we know nothing about her role (you know nothing Jon Snow) but she was in Yardie and will be in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in December.
Georgie Henley– Nothing to know of her character just yet but she is known for her role as Lucy in The Chronicles of Narnia film franchise, and will play Meg Tudor in the upcoming TV series The Spanish Princess.
John Simm – He is known for roles in Doctor Who, Collateral and Life on Mars.
Jamie Campbell Bowe – He starred in Twilight and we don’t know anything about his role yet.
Toby Regbo – Known best for his roles in Reign and soon-to-be role as Young Dumbledore in November’s Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindewald.
Marquis Rodriguez – If you enjoyed Netflix’s Marvel Series’ he appeared in Luke Cage and Iron Fist.
Alex Sharp– I didn’t recognize him but apparently he’s known for his roles in To the Bone, How to Talk to Girls at Parties, and will appear in the upcoming comedy Nasty Women.
Ivanno Jeremiah – Known for his roles in The Flood, Doctor Who and in AMC’s Humans.
Sheila Atim – A drama queen (in the best way possible) she is known for her roles in Girl From the North Country and Othello.
Denise Gough – Known for People, Places, and Things, Colette, and Juliet, Naked.
Richard McCabe – You might have seen him in Notting Hill, Collateral, and Vanity Fair.
John Heffernan – Heffernan has a vast list of theatre credits, including appearances in The Crown and Collateral.
While we don’t know for sure when it will be released or what the title is, the rumors are the working title is “The Blood Moon” and the release date is sometime in 2021. Filming production has already begun.