Game Of Thrones stars on the rise
It’s easier to break through from TV to film than it used to be, but none of the young actors from Game of Thrones has yet got beyond the “brink of stardom”. Kit Harrington did good work in Testament of You than dis slated to play opposite Jessica Chastain in an upcoming project from Quebeco is wunder kind Xavier Dolan.
Natalie Dormer, whoplays slippery Margaery Tyrell, had already turned heads as Anne Boleyn in The
Tudors and made further advance as
Cressidain The Hunger Games.
Sophie Turner and Maisie
Williams, who play the plucky Stark sisters, have taken different routes to the pinnacle. Turner will play the young Jean Grey in next year’s blockbustingX- Men:Apocalypse. Williams has excelled in the charming Irish feature Gold and Carol Morley’s current, hugely spooky The Falling.
The Throner with the strongest potential for break through is, perhaps, Londoner Emilia Clarke. The sometime Daenerys Targaryen plays Sarah Connor in this year’s
It’s interesting that almos tall those mentioned above are women. Does this say something about the strength of the female roles in Game of Thrones?