Sophie Turner terrified about Game of Thrones ending

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Jaime realizes that Cersei took the throne by committing the very atrocity - using the stash of wildfire to burn the sept - that he killed the Mad King Aerys II Targaryen to prevent; the act that won her the Iron Throne made her the Mad Queen that Aerys II never was. Then, a shift in tone, and a swift massacre - without actual violence. And throughout the majority of the show, Arya's story, particularly in the first four seasons, has been one of its most compelling, whether she was working for Tywin Lannister, traversing the countryside with the Hound, or getting deadly with Needle.

"It's been nearly a high-class soap, with different families, moving around, geographically", said Cunningham, aka Ser Davos Seaworth. "It is terrifying." "Game of Thrones" is about to enter its seventh season, which will be its second to last.

Game of Thrones season 7 premieres on HBO on July 16 at 9:00 pm. "I think it's a huge privilege to be respected in that way, as someone who plays that character".

"One will be our longest episode ever - it's coming in around 90 minutes", David Benioff added. Turner said that Sansa feels jealous that the title did not go to her.

Sophie Turner terrified about Game of Thrones ending
Sophie Turner terrified about Game of Thrones ending

"We've had the same struggles in terms of dealing with body image and puberty and growing up in the public eye", she told the magazine. To see her spend so much time with the Waif, an underwritten, unsympathetic character whose sole objective is torturing Arya, was hugely disappointing. Instead of letting that betrayal get to her (and his betrayal to her family previously), Sansa kept reminding Theon who he really was and not the scrappy dog Ramsay treated him as. After months as a bombshell blonde (her natural color, mind you), the 21-year-old is back to being a ginger-though it's a shade that "GoT" fans might not recognize. I'm glad that they're not just going to keep going on to 'Season a million, ' because they could.

Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish (Aidan Gillen) - During the show's six years it is revealed that Peytr Baelish, nicknamed "Littlefinger", has had a hand in many the main plot lines, including rescuing Sansa Stark, framing Tyrion Lannister and the deaths of King Joffery Baratheon and Lord Jon Arryn. "I think she can make it through this".

They spoke to reporters and the press of their excitement for the season to finally come out. Will she support Jon, even marry him as some have suggested, to solidify a Stark future in the North as Jon prepares to fight the real White Walker enemy beyond the Wall?

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