Actor Behind ‘Game Of Thrones’ Hodor Joins ‘Mythica 5’

Kristian Nairn who gave fans an emotional performance as Hodor in the last episode of 'Game Of Thrones' is to join the cast of 'Mythica 5: The Godslayer'.

Kristian Nairn who gave fans an emotional performance as Hodor in the last episode of ‘Game Of Thrones’ is to join the cast of ‘Mythica 5: The Godslayer’.

Nairn will play the role of Tek, God of the Forge.

A kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the fifth Mythica movie got under way yesterday.

‘The Godslayer’ will also see the return of Kevin Sorbo as Gojun Pye, legendary wizard and mentor to Marek.

The film has already been shot, but needs additional funding for post production. The money raised will be spent on Music, Sound and additional CGI Effects.

‘Mythica: Godslayer’ will be the final movie in the series. So naturally the more money raised. The better the film will be.

For those who choose to pledge. The rewards will be bountiful. Among the perks are signed items by Matthew Mercer and Kristian Nairn. Other incentives include various chances to have Skype meets with cast and crew of the ‘Mythica’ film series.

For those that haven’t been following the film series. ‘Mythica’ centres on a slave turned sorceress called Marek. The first film in the series sees her meet up with the warrior Thane and elf rogue Dagen. Together they form a formidable team that takes on the evil Szorlok.

The first three movies in the series were very much about Marek learning to believe in herself and finding her power. The most recent films in the series have saw things escalate to a point where Marek has really been tested.

Throughout all the films Kevin Sorbo has made brief appearances as Marek’s mentor and confidant. But most of the action centres on the core group of characters.

If ‘Mythica 5: Godslayer’ sounds like it could be your cup of tea. Then you can donate to the Kickstarter by clicking here!

Ian Cullen is the founder of scifipulse.net and has been a fan of science fiction and fantasy from birth.

In the past few years he has written for ‘Star Trek’ Magazine as well as interviewed numerous comics writers, television producers and actors for the SFP-NOW podcast at: www.scifipulseradio.com

When he is not writing for scifipulse.net Ian enjoys playing his guitar, studying music, watching movies and reading his comics.

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