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The freshman drama is picked up for a ten-episode season 2 which will air in 2015.
The 'Game of Thrones' alum plays an undorcover agent who begins to question his own reality when a mysterious stranger suggests that his life as Martin Odum might also be a legend.
The Ned Stark depicter would like to reprise his role on the HBO series, saying that he's 'got some unfinished business that needs to be resolved there.'
Featuring the founder of 'X-Men' and Logan, the new scene will reportedly be set at an airport.
The 'Game of Thrones' alum plays an undercover agent who begins to question his own identity when a mysterious stranger suggests that he isn't the man he believes himself to be.
The Stark patriarch will show up in the upcoming episode since two of her children will see him in a way which would be expected.
According to some witnesses, the actor had a cut on his arm and a bruise above his eyebrow after rowing with an unidentified man outside a bar.
After getting married to Georgina Sutcliffe for two years, Sean Bean is officially back on the market after his divorce was granted by judge.
The actor has officially joined the board of directors of a club in Handsworth and 'he won't be a director who is just a name in the program.'
Georgina Sutcliffe reportedly has filed for divorce from the actor whom she married in February 2008.
'We kind of wrote something that might be kind of funny,' he gives update on the status of the upcoming movie.
Starring Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard, 'Winnie' is convinced to be a 'well researched' screenplay 'without any influence from any of the main characters.'
This will mark the first time they share screen and Sean Bean is delighted to play opposite his wife Georgina Sutcliffe.