Jon Snow takes the heat.

If you’ve been waiting to see Robert Pattinson on screen in the upcoming thriller “Brimstone” which was announced back in February, I’m sorry to inform you that he will no longer be a part of it. However, we do have good news. It’s been reported that “Game of Thrones” star Kit Harington will be replacing Pattinson in the film.

Source: Huffingtonpost
Source: Huffingtonpost

“Brimstone” has just started its principle photography, which will encompass shooting on locations in Romania, Spain and Germany. Martin Koolhaven, of 2008’s “Winter In Wartime” fame will be directing and writing the script while Harington joins the rest of the casts including Carice van Houten, Dakota Fanning and Guy Pearce.

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The mystery thriller focuses on a young 19th Century woman named Liz (played by Fanning) who’s on the run from a devilish and satanic preacher, played by Pearce while Harington will take on the role of a fugitive. Also, fans should know that Fanning replaced Mia Wasikwoska, who was originally signed on for the role.

Source: Wikipedia
Source: Wikipedia

Els Vandevorst of N279 Entertainment will produce alongside Uwe Schott of X-Filme while Antonio Lombardo of Belgium’s Prime Time, Peter Hiltunen of Dragon Films in Sweden and The Jokers’ Manuel Chiche and Violaine Barbaroux from France will serve as co-producer.

The film also stars Paul Anderson from “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”, Jack Roth “The Great Train Robbery” and Carla Juri from “Wetlands”.

What are your thoughts about Kit Harrington replacing Robert Pattinson? Don’t hesitate to share with us in the comments section below. 🙂

Sources: Variety, Hollywood Life

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