This Character Will Disappear From Game Of Thrones Impelreport
Although it will be until 2019 when we officially know the final destination of Jon Snow, Daenerys, the Lannister; Sansa and Aria Stark, of the Seven Kingdoms, and practically of all, the reality is that someone has already anticipated its outcome. A series like Game of Thrones is full of many characters that never cease to be relevant. We met some of them in the first seasons, then we did not know more about them, but we know they will return (or something like that). Does anyone remember what happened to Edmure Tully , Catelyn’s brother, the matriarch of the Starks, who died in the bloody Red Wedding?
Edmure – played on the screen by Tobias Menzies in the third and sixth season – was betrayed by the Freys within minutes of having married one of the patriarch daughters of that family, thanks to the manipulation exercised by Jaime. His last appearance was in the cells of Lord Frey, after his uncle, Black Fish, died in his attempt to recover the castle he lost.
And even though her niece, Arya, took revenge for the death of her brother and mother at the hands of Frey, we never knew if that meant that Edmure was released. “The most honest answer is that I have no idea, obviously he must be somewhere in jail, he is somewhere around, they are very stingy with the information (of the new season) and I have not heard from them again. (since the seventh season), “Menzies told Digital Spy , which means that maybe that remains an unsolved mystery. ” I think they have so many stories to leave tied that I do not know if it will be a story they want to come back to,” he added.
The facts indicate that indeed his presence in the last season is only in a mention. First, they do not send the script yet. Second, the actor is extremely busy with two important projects: The Terror series about a British expedition in the 19th century that mysteriously disappeared; and the third season of The Crown , where he was already confirmed as Prince Felipe, thus relieving Matt Smith in the role.