The Night King’s army made one familiar addition in Season 7, and Game of Thrones may donate even more fresh meat next year. New set photos seem to suggest the Army of the Dead has some powerful – albeit unwilling – allies near and dear to Daenerys’ heart.
Reporters claiming Game of Thrones’ final season will premiere in April 2019 have officially made Arya’s list. Star Maisie Williams says recent comments about the 2019 premiere landing in spring were “completely false,” and taken out of context from an earlier interview.
Game of Thrones employs the occasional subterfuge to thwart spoilers. HBO even hinted at multiple Season 8 endings for exactly that purpose, but a new report suggests not only that cast aren’t certain which ending will air, but also that HBO wants them quiet on social media.
Our watch has ended for Game of Thrones Season 7; the perfect time to conserve energy for the next round of crazed conspiracy theories. Well, let’s shoot one more down on our way out, as star Isaac Hempstead-Wright takes an ice javelin to that crazy Bran-Night King theory.
Much as we like to needle George R.R. Martin for taking his sweet time, the man is unfathomably busy. So much so, in fact, that he admits to no longer watching the HBO series based on his work, even if the two Game of Thrones have long since gone “their separate ways.”
Sure, we’ve had two trailers and dozens of photos to date, but Game of Thrones Season 7 is only just getting started. Literally! Sunday’s “Dragonstone” premiere has its own new photos, featuring a surprising battle and not one – but TWO homecomings.