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Game of Thrones: Richard Madden DECODES if Robb Stark could have come back as a White Walker

Richard Madden got candid about his character Robb Stark's horrific 'Red Wedding' death in Game of Thrones. The Eternals actor further decoded the famous GOT theory of the young wolf coming back as a White Walker. Read below to know more about what Richard had to say on the same.
In Game of Thrones, Richard Madden played Robb Stark aka the King in the North from season 1 to season 3.In Game of Thrones, Richard Madden played Robb Stark aka the King in the North from season 1 to season 3.
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One of the most horrific moments in Game of Thrones that is etched in every GOT fan's mind is the Red Wedding. The beloved Starks were betrayed by the Freys because the King in the North chose "love" over "duty". It's a wedding that everyone remembers and won't forget for a very long time. Richard Madden played the young wolf for three seasons and it helped establish his Hollywood career. Now, the actor is a Golden Globe winner for his performance in Bodyguard has officially entered the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) as Ikaris in The Eternals.

However, Game of Thrones is always a topic of discussion in Richard Madden's interviews. Recently, while appearing for Lynn Hirschberg's Screen Tests, Richard relived his gruesome yet glorious GOT death. "I love a good death. I've had a few very good deaths in my time. Game of Thrones, the Red Wedding was a pretty good one. I think it's got to be my favourite death," Madden revealed. Furthermore, the Rocketman star was asked to decode the famous GOT theory of whether Robb Stark could have come back as a White Walker.

To this, Richard shared, "That's what I think is the case. In the books, they cut my head off and they sowed it onto my wolf (Greywind) and they put the direwolf's head on my body because I was called the young wolf. Imagine if I came down with the White Walkers with the wolf's head on and there's just this wolfy human, that would be great."

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

#TBT This is Kit, Alfie and I after our first read through of S1 Ep1 of Game of Thrones about 10 years ago. KIDZ.

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Do you think Robb Stark could have returned as a White Walker? Let us know your views in the comments section below.

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Speaking of The Eternals, the MCU movie also stars Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Brian Tyree Henry, Salma Hayek, Lia McHugh and Don Lee. Directed by Chloé Zhao, The Eternals is slated to release on November 6, 2020.

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"As a Wight"

No one comes back as a white walker, they are created by the night king with some sort of ice magic and are living, breathing, sentient beings.

Weights are the undead, mindless, corpses that are reanimated.

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