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1st January, 1970
The show will return for its final season in 2019.
The final 'Game Of Thrones' season may be over a year away from making it to the small screen, but that hasn't stopped the discussion surrounding the final six episodes of the smash hit series from reaching an all-time high ever since season 7 came to a close. Rumours have been swirling for months now, but nobody other than those working behind-the-scenes on the series, and the author of the books on which the show is based, George R. R. Martin, knows exactly what will be going down.
Originally scheduled for release in April of this year, 'New Mutants' has been pushed back by almost a year following the merger between Walt Disney and Fox Studios, leading to a number of rumours surrounding the reasons for that. Some think that heavy reshoots will have to be done, with reports suggesting the film would become more of a horror than a superhero release. Others believed new scenes were being shot to tie 'New Mutants' directly in with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Continue reading: Maisie Williams Denies She's Doing Reshoots For 'New Mutants'
The actress says the "quote is from an interview she did "years ago".
Maisie Williams has denied reports that broke over the past few days, claiming that she had let the cat out of the bag in regards to the premiere date of the final season of 'Game Of Thrones'. Metro claimed that Williams - who plays Arya Stark in the hit HBO fantasy series - had said April, 2019 was the month in which the series would make its return for its final outing. Now however, the actress has taken to her Twitter to deny those claims.
Just a tweet letting you know this game of thrones release date "quote" I've supposedly given is completely false and taken from an interview I did years ago.
— Maisie Williams (@Maisie_Williams) January 30, 2018
The actress says filming will wrap in December of this year.
Fans may be a little annoyed that they have to wait until 2019 to see 'Game Of Thrones' come to its end with its eighth and final season, but the fact everybody involved with the series is so intent on getting those last six episodes right should provide some comfort, in that they'll be the best they could ever be.
Taking George R. R. Martin's currently incomplete novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire' into the world of television via HBO was a huge challenge for creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, but one that they've excelled at. There have of course been a couple of controversies and complaints along the way by a vocal portion of the fan base, but overall, the series has been celebrated at most turns.
Maisie Williams at the world premiere of 'Early Man' held at BFI Imax in London. It's the latest Nick Park stop-motion animation about a group of Bronze Age humans forced to save their home from a deadly enemy - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 14th January 2018
The ‘X-Men’ franchise takes a horror turn as a new generation of mutants discover their powers. ‘The New Mutants’ is directed by Josh Boone and hits theatres next spring.
In a secret facility five teenage mutants are being held against their will as they must learn to control their dangerous powers and atone for the sins of their past. These young mutants aren’t concerned with saving the world - they’re just trying to save themselves.
Maisie Williams in ‘The New Mutants’
The Marvel Universe expands further in 2018 with an exciting new batch of movies and characters.
2018 is shaping up to be a great year for comic book movies with Marvel once again leading the charge. The Avengers will be back, as will the foul-mouthed Deadpool, but there’s also a few new characters getting their first big screen outing. To wet your appetite for the year ahead, here’s everything Marvel has in store for us in 2018.
Black Panther - February 16th
Continue reading: A Marvel-lous 2018 - All The Marvel Releases Coming This Year
Maisie Williams arrives on the red carpet at the 2017 British Fashion Awards which were held at the Royal Albert Hall. Winners included Model of the Year Adwoa Aboah, Style Icon Donatella Versace, Designer of the Year Raf Simons and Stella McCartney with the Special Recognition Award For Innovation. - London, United Kingdom - Monday 4th December 2017
The actress is excited to get time to do "whatever" she wants.
For millions across the globe, 'Game Of Thrones' is the most exciting and intriguing television series the world has ever seen. With more twists and turns than most of the shows we see on the small screen, the story has shocked with its most brutal moments and stunned those who are now anxiously waiting its conclusion.
Based on the incomplete novel series 'A Song of Ice & Fire' by George R. R. Martin, even readers who have been with the franchise for some time won't now know how everything will be tied up - if at all! Everybody's excited to see how things conclude, and it would seem that even the show's leading actors and actresses are looking forward to the end; albeit for differing reasons.
Continue reading: Maisie Williams "Really Excited" To Finish 'Game Of Thrones'
Arya and Sansa haven't exactly been the best of friends since their Winterfell reunion.
Still reeling from the shocking events of the last episode of 'Game Of Thrones', fans are turning their attentions to what may happen in the season 7 finale. We know that Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen will be travelling to King's Landing for an audience with Cersei Lannister, but exactly how that goes down is anybody's guess.
We also know that we'll be seeing more from Winterfell, where Arya and Sansa Stark appear to be at loggerheads as to how they should progress in this ever-changing world of violence and politics.
The fourth episode of season 7 continued to push forward at a rapid pace.
This week's episode of 'Game Of Thrones' was another brilliant burst of action and drama, with more big moves being made by everybody involved and Drogon finally getting to jump right into the midst of it all, Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) sat on his back whilst he did so.
With so many major things happening this week, it's hard to remember absolutely everything that went down - especially after that shock episode ending - but one thing that everybody is sure to remember is yet another Stark family reunion.
Continue reading: 'Game Of Thrones' Stars Discuss This Week's Big Reunion
The actress would take the season 7 premiere's opening scene to another level.
[Note: Spoilers for the 'Game of Thrones' season 7 premiere lie ahead.] Last night (July 16), fans finally got to see the first episode of 'Game of Thrones' season 7. With it came a number of big payoffs, while the foundations were laid in place for some mighty battles to come in the near future. It's fair to say that the story is moving along at a pace like none we've seen in 'Thrones' before, which is easy to understand when you realise that this is the first of 13 final episodes for the series.
Made up of just seven episodes, this season has already had the anticipated Ed Sheeran celebrity cameo, to a mixed response, and seen a number of characters press on in their journeys of revenge, loyalty, love and protection.
Continue reading: Maisie Williams Has A Great Idea For A 'Game Of Thrones' Ending