“It’s amusing because you’ll be sitting there watching it with your mates and then something happens and you’re like “What, Oh my God” – and your friend looks at you as if to say ‘Aren’t you in this show, aren’t you meant to know this?'”.
The only thing I can always expect from “Game of Thrones” is that I’ll be heartbroken, and everyone I love will die. In the video, posted on YouTube, Jamie talks to High Sparrow (Jonathan Pryce) about what he did to Cersei. She is expected to go undercover for The Faceless Men this season and along the way, she may associate herself with a theater troupe.
Check out the whole thing for yourself below. Since the TV show has now moved ahead of the novels in terms of plot, season six could also delve back into the past at some moments.
She added that she wasn’t allowing herself to get comfortable in the role, as she explained that she didn’t want her entire career to be focused around her Game Of Thrones fame. “This season is still very dark, very intense, but it’s very much a next act”.
In the meantime, her current off-screen role includes keeping all those “GOT” secrets.
But of course the most talked-about scene at the end of Season 5 was the demise of Jon Snow.
Speaking of the Martells, we’ll also be heading down to Dorne, where we can only imagine Ellaria Sand will have to answer for killing poor Myrcella. TV shows based on books, like Dexter or The Walking Dead, often seem to work best when they make choices based on what works best for television, and not on sticking to a popular text. “They wouldn’t want it spoiled for them”, she insists. If you’re not caught up, beware going forward. If these theories that got in the making since year be put together, the contents of it may prove enough to introduce another GOT book.
“My mom told me about this hole in the floorboard of her house when she was a girl”, says Williams, “and she was able to watch what her parents wrapped for Christmas”. Scroll down to watch another trailer teasing Cersei’s conversation with her son about a dead body.