‘Fi­nAl got seA­son will hAve sur­prises’

The Sunday Guardian - - The Week -

NEW DELHI: The fi­nal chap­ter of will not only come with an epic sto­ry­line, but will be packed with lots of sur­prises, says Vladimir Fur­dik, who plays the vil­lain­ous Night King in the glob­ally pop­u­lar fan­tasy se­ries.

“I can tell you that sea­son eight will be un­be­liev­able, very good. There are some su­per nice big bat­tle scenes,” said Fur­dik. “And a lot of sur­prises. That is all what I can say,” he added. brought ac­tors like Emilia Clarke, So­phie Turner, Kit Har­ing­ton, Lena Headey, Maisie Wil­liams, Pe­ter Din­klage, Niko­laj Coster-Wal­dau, Iwan Rheon and Iain Glen into the spi­ral of fame and made them global stars.

The an­tic­i­pa­tion is high as Sea­son 8—which sums up the story of which started with the first sea­son back in 2011—will ar­rive in April next year.

There are many fan the­o­ries about how the story will end and fans are al­ways on a look­out for spoil­ers. This puts Fur­dik, who is in the na­tional cap­i­tal for the 8th edi­tion of Maruti Suzuki Arena Delhi Comic Con, in a strange sit­u­a­tion.

“It is a very strange sit­u­a­tion when peo­ple ask you and you can say noth­ing. You would like to say. But I can’t.”

Talk­ing about how his life changed with the se­ries, he said: “Life changed a lot be­cause be­fore, I was kind of a shadow be­hind the ac­tors as a stunt­man. No­body knew me. And now here I am. My life com­pletely turned around.”

As the se­ries nears its end, HBO an­nounced the ex­pan­sion of the uni­verse with five dif­fer­ent spin-offs.

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