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Sophie Turner attends the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Over 350 HQ photos have been added to the gallery and more are coming tomorrow. Please, credit sophiturnerfan.net if you take the pics.
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Dylan McDermott also will star in the Eric England-helmed film, which is based on a 2014 Black List script by Anthony Ragnone.
Sophie Turner is going from would-be queen to troubled teen.
The Game of Thrones actress has signed on to star in the indie drama Huntsville.
Based on a 2014 Black List script by Anthony Ragnone, the Eric England-helmed film will also star Dylan McDermott (The Perks of Being a Wallflower) and Jack Kilmer (The Nice Guys).
The story centers on Hank (McDermott), a solitary man living a dull existence in a sleepy Florida town who raises eyebrows when he develops a questionable relationship with Josie (Turner), a recently transplanted high school student.
Production is scheduled to begin this month in and around Los Angeles.
The project first came together at last year’s Toronto International Film Festival via Luisa Iskin’s Coalition Group. At the time, it was being shopped with Boardwalk Empire‘s Shea Whigham and The Witch‘s Anya Taylor-Joy in the lead roles, but the pair subsequently fell out. Iskin brought in Kim Leadford from StarStream Media to put financing together.
Waterstone Entertainment’s Jeff Kalligheri and Stephen Bowen are producing alongside Traveling Picture Show Co.’s Kevin Matusow. Carissa Buffel and Steven Chester Prince also are on board as producers.
Iskin and Leadford are producing alongside Ash Sarohia and John Wunder.
Turner is best known for her turn as Sansa Stark, the would-be queen of the North on HBO’s Game of Thrones. Like many of the stars of the hit series, she has been busy fielding offers on the film front. She most recently appeared in X-Men: Apocalypse as Jean Grey.
Turner is repped by CAA, Independent Talent Group and attorney David Feldman.
McDermott, star of the long-running TV series The Practice, is handled by CAA and Hansen Jacobson.
Kilmer, the son of Val Kilmer and actress Joanna Whalley, became a young actor to watch when he starred alongside Emma Roberts and Nat Wolff in Gia Coppola’s Palo Alto, based on the James Franco novel. He is repped by CAA, Principato-Young and Hirsch Wallerstein.
Gersh, which reps Ragnone and England, is repping domestic rights for Huntsville with CAA.
England is additionally managed by Manus Entertainment and Ragnone by Elevate Entertainment. [Source]
After a few months of speculation, HBO has confirmed it: Season 8 of Game of Thrones will be the series’ final season.
Casey Bloys, HBO’s new programming president, confirmed it Saturday at the Television Critics Association summer tour to members of the press. Speaking with the press, Bloys revealed it has been the plan for a while:
“Yes, I think [the showrunners, D.B. Weiss and David Benioff] have a very specific plan about the number of seasons they want to do. If I could get them to do more, I would take 10 seasons but we want to take their lead with what they could do and what the best version of the show is.”
However, Bloys left the door open about the possibility of a potential spinoff when the question was raised:
“We’ve talked about it. It’s not something I’m opposed to but it has to make sense creatively. I’m not sure the guys can wrap their heads around it when they are about to start production. We’re open to it; the guys aren’t opposed to it but there’s no concrete plans right now.”
It’s impossible to think that HBO wouldn’t be giving serious thought to a spinoff. While the company has always been committed to quality stories, it’s previously shown a willingness to continue on with a popular property after its initial end, such as giving the green light to a second season of True Detective
, a decision that was met with mixed results. But Game of Thrones
is a different beast. Not the initially one-off season of True Detective
has been HBO’s longest-running and most successful series ever. Season 6 drew an average of 25 million viewers per episode, and, rather than wane as many shows do as they draw nearer to a close, Game of Thrones
‘ ratings have only increased every year. After last season’s finale set a series record of 8.1 million live plus same day viewers, the finale of Season 6 shattered even that number at 8.9 million viewers. [Source]