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Game of Thrones stars Emilia Clarke and Indira Varma to star together in ‘The Seagull’

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Game of Thrones was a perfect launchpad for many actors. Most of them have gone on to do bigger stuff and achieve great success too. While somebody like Jonathan Pryce has achieved the feat of getting nominated for the Oscars, some have gone on to be part of Marvel’s universe! Slowly we have also begun to see the re-union of Game of Thrones stars in films and other capacities. We have now come with the latest news on the same!

We barely managed to keep calm when the news of Richard Madden (Robb Stark) and Kit Harington (Jon Snow) working together broke out. Now as per Standard.co.uk, Emilia Clarke is going to be joined by Indira Varma in a new rendition of Anton Chekhov’s play called The Seagull.

Both Clarke and Varma were seen together in Game of Thrones. While Clarke, of course, played the role of Daenerys Targaryen, Varma portrayed the role of Ellaria Sand.

Varma talked about her costar Clarke and the opportunity to work together. She said:

“The first season I was in I was lucky because there was a massive wedding so I got to meet loads of people but she wasn’t there. She was in Belfast, I think — freezing — and I was in Croatia but a couple of years later, my last season, we were all in cahoots.”

She added, “It’s a lot of fun and it’s really nice to see her [Clarke] because we can have dinner together and be out and about.”

Isn’t it great to see Game of Thrones stars reuniting already? We hope many more cast members get the chance to work together.

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