Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins TikTok with a low key account

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Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins TikTok with a low key account

For celebrities, social media is a great way of interacting with fans all over the world. They can not only get in touch with a larger group of admirers, they can avoid the hassle of getting into crowds as well. Many celebs are quite upfront about it, with their official accounts on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and so on. Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams, however, decided to surprise her fans in a low-key way.

Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams joins TikTok with a low key account

The 23-year-old actress debuted on the social media platform TikTok with a un-official account. Williams seems to be the latest celebrity to join up, under the username ‘lil.hustla.’ Her account has already managed to get over 340,000 followers. She already has 10 million followers on her official Instagram account. Although some have dubbed it ‘TikTok’s best-kept secret,’ it seems like the cat is already out of the bag. As some of the star’s videos have up to five million views.

While lil.hustla does appear to be Maisie Williams’ actual account as her Instagram account is linked in the profile, she’s not currently verified. Regardless, the lowkey account has certainly been entertaining fans of the star.

Maisie is also one of the youngest celebrities to invest in Bitcoin. Be sure to check her TikTok and tell us what you think in the comments below!


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20th March 2021

George R.R. Martin’s Wild Card series moves to Peacock from Hulu

The year 2021 has been a particularly exciting one for television fanatics all over the world. The pandemic brought most of the industries to a standstill, including entertainment. However, the big television and streaming giants are gearing up to make up for the lost time. Several amazing projects have already been lined up at networks like HBO and Netflix. A horror-fantasy movie based on Game of Thrones’ creator George R. R. Martin’s novelette is currently in talks at Netflix.

Martin’s horror-fantasy novelette Sandkings is being adapted into a Netflix movie. Director Gore Verbinski and writer Dennis Kelly have been assigned to work on the film.

Netflix to adapt George R.R. Martin's horror-fantasy novelette Sandkings

Martin’s narrative follows a millionaire named Simon Kress who buys a terrarium housing four colonies of ant-like creatures (sandkings). They grow to fill whatever space they’re put in. Simon starves them so they’ll fight each other. While letting his mates place bets on the winner – soon backfires when they escape their prison. The hungry sandkings take over his house, which does not spell good news for their owner.

Netflix is yet to officially announce the movie. If Kelly’s script works, Sandkings should arrive in the next few years.

Have you read the novelette? Are you excited about the Netflix adaptation? Tell us in the comments below!


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19th March 2021

Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams was originally up for Ellie in The Last of Us

Video Games have been a part of our lives since the latter half of the nineteenth century. They have a fantasy world of their own, allowing users to get involved in the story through actions. Many of the games have become pop culture icons, and are revered by gaming fanatics. Therefore it should come as no surprise when the news of a live-action project of the game The Last of Us caused a stir. Game of Thrones veterans Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsay have clinched the lead roles of Joel and Ellie respectively. However, another Game of Thrones alum was earlier considered for the role of Ellie, i.e. Maisie Williams.

The first Last of Us game came out in 2013 and was an immediate success. There was actually talk of a movie version way back then, with a different Game of Thrones actor as Ellie. In 2014, a then 15-year-old Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) told Flicks And The City about meeting with Druckmann and how excited she was about the potential role. “There’s no script, no director, it’s still very early days for the whole project, but if it all goes ahead soon enough I think, yeah, I would love to,” she said.

Apparently, there was a disagreement between Druckmann and Sony, who produced the game, and the project was scrapped. They later rebounded with the current TV series. Hopefully in the end Bella and Pedro will be a better fit anyway.

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18th March 2021

HBO planning to develop three more Game of Thrones spin-off shows

Game of Thrones wrapped up filming about two years ago. The fans and the crew miss the show alike. However, HBO seems to be quite interested in exploring George R.R. Martin’s fantastical world even more. The television network has already got fans to their toes by announcing the first prequel series House of The Dragon. It was later confirmed in their epic programming line-up for 2021-22. Now, there are rumours of three more Game of Thrones-related shows in talks at the network’s headquarters.

According to some sources at Variety, HBO is developing a trio of new Game of Thrones prequel series. One spinoff, titled ‘9 Voyages’ or ‘Sea Snake’, hails from ‘Rome‘ co-creator Bruno Heller. While the other two, ‘Flea Bottom‘ and ‘10,000 Ships‘ have no writers yet attached.

HBO planning to develop three more Game of Thrones spin-off shows

9 Voyages would centre on Lord Corlys Velaryon — known as the Sea Snake and head of House Velaryon, husband to Rhaenys Targaryen — on the Sea Snake vessel. The most well-known nautical adventurer in all of Westeros, Lord Corlys — built a house even wealthier than the Lannisters and claims the largest navy in the world.

Flea Bottom would take place in the poorest district of King’s Landing. 10,000 Ships revolves around Princess Nymeria, who journeyed with the Rhoynar to Dorne and married Lord Mors Martell. An HBO spokesperson declined to comment.

Are you excited about all the ongoing buzz about the spin-off series? Talk to us in the comments below!


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