Game of Thrones’ Night King Vladimir Furdik Is On Twitter!
And he's got a lot of throwback photos of the game of thrones set
For anyone missing game of thrones after it ended after eight seasons, there’s good news. It’s not about the prequel. The notorious villain that loomed over Westeros and the Seven Kingdoms has finally joined Twitter! Yes, the Night King (Vladimir Furdik) has officially joined the social media service.
— Game of Thrones (@GameOfThrones) July 15, 2019
Vladimir Furdik actually joined Twitter on June 29th with this special video stating that it was in fact his real Twitter account.
Of Course There’s a Lot of Throwback Photos of the Game of Thrones Set
Here’s to reminiscing if the good old days where we were always anxious on when the Night King would finally arrive and wreck havoc on Westeros. Thankfully, the threat was removed from one very heroic Arya Stark (Maisie Williams).
But here’s him hanging out with his on-screen killer:
— Vladimír Furdík (@VladimirFurdik) July 13, 2019
He even posted some real behind the scene footage of the iconic scene where Arya Stark kills him out of nowhere:
— Vladimír Furdík (@VladimirFurdik) July 6, 2019
Check out Vladimir Furdik in full Night King costume with his fellow brethren:
The Night King with his nemesis Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright). Vladimir Furdik jokes about he ‘let’ him win on Game of Thrones.
— Vladimír Furdík (@VladimirFurdik) July 14, 2019
He Wasn’t Just Night King
Some of the fans might know Vladimir Furdik from his other projects such as the movie Stardust which he did in 2007.
We have had a lot of fun on the set of Stardust (2007) with Dexter Fletcher. pic.twitter.com/5QIDmNm4ge
— Vladimír Furdík (@VladimirFurdik) July 1, 2019
Who knows? Maybe this isn’t the only time we will see Vladimir Furdik back in his Night King costume. Perhaps he’ll make a surprise appearance in the Game of Thrones prequel.
Either way, seeing these old pictures of the set would make any fan emotional. Some are still displeased with the way the finale went, people are calling the writing too rushed and abrupt. Even then the show was a cultural phenomena with fans still eagerly waiting for George R.R. Martin to write the final book.