Fans of Game of Thrones know the dangers of getting too attached to anyone in Westeros but now we’ve literally gone off book no one knows whose head’s on the chopping block next.
Now the hit-fantasy show’s stars have fiendishly teased who they think will be the next character to be sent to the Many-Faced God, The Mirror reports.
Sophie Turner (Sansa), who had a busy season helping Jon Snow take the North back from the the brutal Boltons and finally got revenge on the show’s resident bastard Ramsay, has a dire prediction.
Turner thinks that ‘Cersei should die but probably won’t’ because the show needs a bad guy, and she’s realised no one’s safe from the showrunner’s scythe predicting her own demise as well.
We’ve got our fingers crossed that Sansa will be fine but that creepy look Littlefinger gave her in the season six finale was definitely a red flag.
Iwan Rheon, who played the evil Ramasy before his unfortunate run in with some starving hunting dogs, thought that this season would kill off a prominent villain.
He believes Euron Greyjoy (Pilou Asbaek) who murdered his own brother and was then elected to the Seastone Chair ahead of Yara (Gemma Whelan), will be the next baddie to die.
Finally Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) and Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos) joked that there weren’t enough main characters left to kill anymore, before hinting that there’d be tough times ahead for the ladies of Westeros.
Game of Thrones will be back a little later than usual next year because Winter’s finally arrived, and they have to film in the cold of winter.
Of course there’s no telling who’ll be left alive when Season Seven final wraps up, especially as the show seems to be written by the greatest serial killer in the history of fiction…
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