Jon Snow’s death in Game of Thrones Season 5 shocked millions of Game of Thrones fans everywhere, and with Season 6 of Game of Thrones drawing near, everyone is at the edge of their seat, waiting and hoping that Jon Snow comes back to life.
But while a lot of factors are already pointing to a possible resurrection of well-loved Game of Thrones character Jon Snow, Game of Thrones director Jeremy Podeswa follows George R.R. Martin’s mysterious, teasing, but reluctant attitude when it comes to updates about Jon Snow’s fate.
Inquisitr previously reported that when George R.R. Martin was asked regarding Jon Snow’s fate in the books Game of Thrones was based from, he teased everyone with his witty but hope-filled short quips.
“Oh, you think he’s dead, do you? Well. I’m not going to address whether he’s dead or not.”
And now, Podeswa is acting the same way, and it’s getting everyone excited, since no one is dropping a definite “no, there’s no way Jon Snow is coming back to Game of Thrones Season 6.”
Gold Derby talks to Podeswa regarding Jon Snow and Game of Thrones Season 6 reveals, and Podeswa says that Jon Snow’s death is just another “huge storytelling thing.” What exactly does Podeswa mean by that?
“I’ve got nothing, watch the show it’s going to be great. Jon Snow’s death was another huge storytelling thing. It’s the definition of a cliff-hanger: where does the story go from here?”
The first two episodes of the Game of Thrones Season 6 will be directed by Jeremy Podeswa, but working on just two episodes already means committing at least six months to the show. He adds that what’s interesting with Game of Thrones Season 6 is that the TV series has already moved beyond what’s written in the currently published novels of A Song of Ice and Fire. George R.R. Martin continues to co-produce Game of Thrones and has written numerous scripts for the series so rest assured, no irrelevant damage has been done to the Game of Thrones franchise. All decisions with regards to the plot for Game of Thrones Season 6 has been carefully deliberated with George R.R. Martin, so fans shouldn’t be alarmed.
As to where the cast of Game of Thrones is headed for Season 6, International Business Times spotted the Game of Thrones production at Pechina in Almeria, Spain. Reported first by Spanish website La Voz de Almeria, the Game of Thrones set is definitely in the works, but a minimum of information has been revealed to maintain a healthy level of suspense.
Filming locations for Game of Thrones Season 6 are reported to be held across Spain in Almeria, Gerona, Navarra, Peniscola, Santa Florentina castle in Barcelona, and Zafra castle in Guadalajara.
Reports are pouring in that Ned Stark could possibly do a comeback or a flashback cameo in Game of Thrones Season 6, and Jon Snow’s younger brother, Bran Stark, will definitely return. As to Jon Snow’s revival, Game of Thrones fans can only hope.
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