01-23-ChristianDior-00008.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00013.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00011.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00010.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00012.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00009.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00015.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00017.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00016.jpg
01-23-ChristianDior-00018.jpg
Welcome to Maisie Williams Online, your online source for everything Maisie Williams! Maisie is best known for her role in Game Of Thrones as Arya Stark, and her latest projects is the upcoming mini-series Pistol. Here you'll find the latest news, high quality photos, and media on Maisie. Check out the site and please come back soon!
admin   June 25, 2022   No Comment   Interviews - News & Updates - Press

Maisie Williams is just as hyped as Game of Thrones fans are that Kit Harington‘s Jon Snow may soon be back on screen in his own series.

“Everything surrounding the story [of GOT] is very exciting,” Williams told PEOPLE exclusively this week while attending the Cannes Lions Festival with Spotify.

“We had such a rich show, and there’s still so much story to tell,” continued the 25-year-old actress, who played Snow’s sibling Arya Stark throughout all eight seasons of the series.

“I think it’s really exciting, and I think that Kit is such a phenomenal actor. Him playing Jon Snow was just like a cultural reset,” added Williams, who recently launched the podcast Frank Film Club with Maisie Williams, which is available on Spotify. “I think everything that he touches is magic, and I’m excited to see what it’s going to be.”

Since Thrones concluded, Harington has appeared in a slew of screen projects, including the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Eternals and Amazon Studios’ Modern Love. He also appeared on stage in the National Theater’s live production of Henry V.

Earlier this month, The Hollywood Reporter shared that HBO is in the early stages of developing the live-action GOT spin-off based on Snow.

Harington, 35, is attached to reprise the iconic role — which earned him two Emmy nominations — if the project move forward to a series, per THR.

Comment Form