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Actors We Want
To See Join The
Game Of Thrones
Universe
By RITA DORSCH
Princess Nymeria of Ny Sar has already been name-dropped in "GOT" and "House of the Dragon," and if things go as planned, she'll soon have her own series on HBO titled "10,000 Ships." Naomi Scott has already played a strong and independent princess in 2019’s Aladdin, which would make her the perfect Nymeria.
Naomi Scott
Gael García Bernal has spent most of his career making international and independent films like "Y Tu mamá también" and "The Motorcycle Diaries." But lately, he has been branching out into television and would make a fine choice to play Nymeria's eventual husband, Mors Martell as he exudes the kind of energy that Mors would have to give off.
Gael Garcia Bernal
One of the most anticipated potential "Game of Thrones" spin-offs is "The Tales of Dunk and Egg." The main character Ser Duncan is meant to be kind but intimidating and Will Poulter is one of the few actors who can handle the humor, drama, and action in Dunk's evolution from fun-loving Flea Bottom-dweller to a famed knight.
Will Poulter
The other half of the Westeros buddy dramedy that will be "The Tales of Dunk and Egg" is young Aegon V Targaryen, dubbed Egg by his older brother Aemon. Physically and personality-wise, “Jojo Rabbit’s” Roman Griffin fits the book's description of the young prince who is compassionate and a little snarky.
Roman Griffin
If the Dunk and Egg series gets made, "Game of Thrones" fans will already be familiar with one of the show's characters: Maester Aemon. George MacKay, who got rave reviews for being in almost every frame of "1917," could pass for a young Aemon because of his stoic but genial qualities.
George MacKay