Game of Thrones shot a reunion special with Conan O’Brien
Sean Bean says the comic facilitated a goodbye show or some likeness thereof in Northern Ireland.
Sean Bean – otherwise known as Ned Stark – hasn’t showed up on Game of Thrones since 2011 (aside from in flashback). Be that as it may, Bean could rejoin with his previous relatives and different castmates as of late as the show commended the finish of recording in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
“Conan O’Brien did this thing,” Bean disclosed to The Hollywood Reporter. “It was the last scene, so we as a whole got together.”
Bean expounded a little on the occasion, saying, “it was for season eight, the last one. So they chose to get every one of the characters together for a bit for this enormous show in Belfast and (O’Brien) sort of facilitated the night.”
We will expect tonight wasn’t only an easygoing gathering, however was shot for conceivable future communicate.
Agents for HBO said they couldn’t remark on the report, and a delegate for O’Brien didn’t instantly react to a demand for input, so it’s vague what will happen to the recording of the Belfast appear. It could air on HBO, be appeared as a feature of the TBS syndicated program Conan, or be discharged with home video renditions of Game of Thrones’ last season.
Bean said he was pleased with playing the respectable yet extreme Ned Stark, and permitted that “you never know” about his character turning up in the Game of Thrones prequel appears. Creator George R.R. Martin has said those shows will include every single new character and will occur numerous years prior to the current show.
“I’m generally somewhat hesitant to return to appears under an alternate configuration or pretense,” Bean told THR. “In any case, you never know with something like this, it just relies upon the time allotments.”
Round of Thrones is relied upon to return in 2019.