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Note: Contains spoilers from Game of Thrones season 7, episode 5, “Eastwatch”… The long-missing Game of Thrones character returned Sunday night after a three-season absence — and it’s not just for a cameo.
The bastard-turned-blacksmith has a major role to play this year.
He’d gone back to his old life, but there’s a restlessness in him.
He bored of safety and wants adventure and he’s itching to get involved and then an opportunity presents itself.
What part he plays in the politics has still to be seen, if anything. But then maybe it could be something foisted upon him reluctantly…
For the moment, I’m pleased to be back involved and be one of these Avengers. I feel like you’re trying not to say: “Gendry — Iron Throne! Everyone is like: “Where do you want to see your character? I feel like him and Jon Snow are forming a bond over the bastards thing.
You do find out a little more about how potentially scarred by the Melisandre experience he is. To stay up to date on everything , follow our all-encompassing Facebook page and sign up for our exclusive newsletter There’s also been a lot of speculation about Gendry’s parentage.
Given that he’s Robert Baratheon’s bastard, could that play some kind of factor in the end game? Gendry’s position in this war has to have some kind of constitutional value. I know he’s illegitimate, the last known son of the Baratheon blood line. He doesn’t seem like the kind of character who would make a play for power.
What was it like to sit back and watch the show continue without you? There’s an element to [Go T] professionally where you can start taking it for granted, assuming it’s going to be there every year, and it made me a little dismissive of some of the great work that you can get in the U. So I took those three years to get my head down and do other stuff. I think a lot of us, our main want, is to have some part to play in the end game. RELATED: Hear the latest from EW’s What was your reaction when you found out that not only are you back but have this great action-based storyline with Jon Snow and all these other popular characters?“In terms of playing the character, though, I had to sort of do a lot of my own thinking and there wasn’t much information to go on about his past or anything that really shaped him into the person that he kind of is,” Joe continues.“So I just kind of wanted to make him a nice guy, who was a man of principle…That’s the main thing, the selfish actor part of you reads that and goes, “That’s going to be great! ” Part of this feels like Avengers Assemble coming together, this ill-advised mission North of the Wall. He’s sort of a surrogate son and they’re both from the same place. And Gendry has never had a father figure in his life.When you imagine wanting to be an actor, these are the sort of pinch-yourself moments. They can also bond over their mutual Melisandre horrors.