GAME OF THRONES To Reveal "Extension" To The Universe During Surprise Hollywood Concert
HBO's Game of Thrones is always full of surprises, but their latest could be one of the most important yet.
Yesterday, the network announced that a live concert will take place this coming Monday, August 8th, at 11:30am at the Palladium in Hollywood, California, featuring a Q&A with composer Ramin Djawadi and an appearance from actor Isaac Hempstead-Wright (who plays Bran on the show).
They included this brief teaser:
According to The L.A. Times, "The event will feature a full orchestra performance of music from the show, a display of costumes from Season 6, an interactive “Hall of Faces” exhibit, a “holographic experience” involving the character Melisandre and Arya Stark’s sword, Needle."
But the biggest surprise of all will be "the reveal of exciting new details surrounding an extension to the Game of Thrones® universe." What could that be? The official announcement of a spin-off or prequel TV show? A movie? The debut of the release date of George R.R. Martin's The Winds of Winter? We're not sure, but I'll be there to write about whatever happens, so stay tuned.
Meanwhile, bask in the glory of Djawadi's "Light of the Seven," the gorgeous song prominently heard in the season six finale: