Scene Deleted From the Game of Thrones Season 7, The seventh season of Game of Thrones had a notable absence: Jon Snow’s Worg, Ghost, who appeared for the last time after the King’s resurrection in the North at Black Castle during the sixth season. It was assumed that the animal would appear in later seasons, but his scenes did not reach the final assembly and had not come to light, until now.
Bryan Cogman, the scriptwriter of chapter 7×02, entitled ‘Stormborn’ has revealed exactly when, where and how Ghost was supposed to appear in the seventh season and has also confirmed that he is still alive.
Ghost Scene Deleted From the Game of Thrones Season 7
“There’s a time when Jon comes out of the crypt in Winterfell and Ghost gets close to him, caresses him and says, ‘Cidade de Sansa, take care of her for me,'” Cogman explains in the comments on the seventh season DVD. “But I guess those giant wolves are expensive, I suppose he cut himself in. Well, Ghost is somewhere wandering around.”
Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys, revealed in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter that several endings are being considered for HBO fiction. ” There are many different endings that could happen, I think we are all doing them and they do not tell us what is really going to happen,” he said. Will any of these outcomes include the return of Fantasma?
The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones, in which all kingdoms must unite to defeat the King of the Night and his army, will reach the small screen in 2019, although there is still no official date.
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