Entertainment‘Game Of Thrones’ Fan Video Imagines An Arya And The Hound Spin-Off Series
'Game of Thrones' Final Season Trailer Promises Fire, Blood and Ice Cold War in Episode 2
Old feuds are reignited and an ancient war comes to Winterfell in the next episode of HBO's fantasy series.
There are just two episodes left of "Game of Thrones," and fans are already coming up with ideas for potential spin-off series, including a buddy adventure story featuring Arya Stark and the Hound.
American comedian-actor Lance Krall created a spoof trailer for the appropriately titled "Arya and The Hound", which opens on a scene from the latest episode, where the two frenemies set off on their journey to King's Landing to settle unfinished business.
The video then features highlights of the unlikely duo from seasons past, including the time the Hound taught Arya how to kill, and that other time where Arya tried to kill the Hound. All of these beautiful memories set to Jim Croce's smooth-rock classic "I Got A Name."
Um, George R.R. Martin Might Have Spoiled Arya's Death on Game of Thrones Years Ago
If Game of Thrones has taught us anything, it's that no character, no matter how powerful, is safe from death. With the highly anticipated Battle of Winterfell upon us, fans are fearing the worst for some of our favourite characters, including Arya Stark. While we hope our weapon-wielding girl survives the battle, one Reddit user points out that a quote from George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, published in 1996, might foreshadow Arya's death.
HBO has already ordered a pilot for at least one, reportedly set around 5,000 years before the events of the main drama, a period where near-mythical creatures ruled over Westeros.
In an, author George RR Martin, who wrote the original series of books the HBO drama is based on, said that the new spin-off will have a very different feel and look to the current series.
"Westeros is a very different place," he explained. “There’s no King’s Landing. There’s no Iron Throne. There are no Targaryens — Valyria has hardly begun to rise yet with its dragons and the great empire that it built. We’re dealing with a different and older world, and hopefully, that will be part of the fun of the series."
In the meantime, we'll just have to hope that both Arya and the Hound survive the final two episodes so that we can get that odd couple spin-off sometime in the near future.
Maisie Williams says her 'Game of Thrones' fame affected her mental health.
Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark in "Game of Thrones," says fame has had a negative affect on her mental health and self-esteem. In an interview on the Happy Place podcast, Williams opened up about how it was a challenge navigating life as a teenager while also managing her fame from "Game of Thrones." Williams, who was 13 years old when she was cast as Arya Stark, said there was a period of time where she was sad after becoming overwhelmed by the criticism on social media. "It gets to a point where you're almost craving something negative, so you can just sit in a hole of sadness," Williams said.
Game of Thrones Is Supposed To Look Like This
We love the HBO show, but George R.R. Martin had a drastically different vision for Game of Thrones. Take a look at artwork from the upcoming illustrated book.
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