HBO has confirmed that a number of key names involved in the production of Game of Thrones will no longer participate in a comic-con panel dedicated to San Diego's show this week, as previously mentioned. The list includes the showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss as well as the director Miguel Sapochnik. In addition, actors Ian Glen, who played Jorah Mormont, and Nathalie Emmanuel, who portrayed Missandei, will no longer show up.
These five people were originally announced as part of the panel to be held in Hall on July 19. H. The jury is described as the show's "victory celebration", which despite a fiercely planned finish, remains one of HBO's most successful productions. (Nevertheless, George RR Martin says he will not change the books.)
Other panelists include Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), Raleigh Ritchie (Grayworm), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), and Isaac Wright (Bran Stark ), John Bradley West (Samwell Tarly), Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) and Conleth Hill (Varys). We will report with all details or anecdotes from the panel.
As is customary for comic-con-panels, there will inevitably be a question and answer session in which fans in the audience can direct their questions to those involved in the creation of the show. This would undoubtedly have been interesting for Benioff and Weiss in view of the negative response of very passionate, vocal fans of the long-running series. These fans have no chance anymore.
Despite the lukewarm response to the show's finale, the final season of Game of Thrones is rewarded with the Emmy Awards, with HBO shows setting a record 32 nominations. The categories in which it is nominated include "Outstanding Drama Series", "Outstanding Actress in a Drama" for Emilia Clarke and "Outstanding Actor in a Drama" for Kit Harrington.
Regarding the Game of Thrones universe, HBO is currently working on a prequel series starring Naomi Watts, which is said to have begun filming in Northern Ireland. A name for the series was not officially announced, but A Song of Ice and Fire ̵