Naomi Watts on Game of Thrones Prequel: I don't think GOT fans will be let down

Naomi Watts has finally opened up about one of Game of Thrones's prequels, which is tentatively titled Bloodmoon. The actress confessed that GOT fans will not be let down by the prequel.

Updated on Jun 22, 2019 10:49 AM IST  |  1.7M
Naomi Watts will be starring in one of Game of Thrones' sequel tentatively titled Bloodmoon.
Naomi Watts will be starring in one of Game of Thrones' sequel tentatively titled Bloodmoon.
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Game of Thrones fans are currently undergoing the withdrawal phase as they have to live with the fact that their favourite television series has reached its end. Season 8 was the last time we saw iconic characters like Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen while finally finding out the ultimate question - who won the game the thrones? But fear not GOT fans! George R.R. Martin recently revealed that there are 5 prequels to Game of Thrones, in the making, with the first prequel taking place 1000 of years, before GOT's timeline.

Naomi Watts will be playing a major role in the Game of Thrones' prequel, which is tentatively titled as Bloodmoon. Talking to Associated Press, Naomi stated that she is very excited about starring in the prequel and also has major goosebumps about the same. However, she is definitely intimidated. It's very exciting for her as the world blew up over GOT. Whether it was all the advertising on TV or every article, everybody jumped on the bandwagon and that is scary for the actress.

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"It's scary but hopefully those fans come along and get to find something new and interesting in this world as well. I don't think they will be let down. It's a great team of people they have put together," Naomi shared.

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Bloodmoon may also star Jonathan Whitehouse, Miranda Richardson, Naomi Ackie, Denise Gough, Jamie Campbell Bower, Sheila Atim, Ivanno Jeremiah, Georgie Henley, Alex Sharp, and Toby Regbo. Bloodmoon will mostly air by late 2020 or spring 2021 as the filming recently begun in Northern Ireland.

  

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