‘Game Of Thrones’ Cast Members Discuss Who They Think Will End Up On The Iron Throne

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We are just a few days away from the Season 7 premiere of HBO’s Game of Thrones. The official red carpet premiere went down last night in Los Angeles, complete with the King of the Night and other White Walkers gracing the City of Angels.

Prior to hitting the red carpet, a bunch of the cast members appeared on ABC’s Nightline to discuss which character they think will sit atop the Iron Throne when it’s all said and done. The epic Fantasy series only has two seasons left, but the cast members talked about how they think this season’s scripts are the strongest yet.

Kit Harrington, the actor who plays Jon Snow, believes that it’ll be him who reigns supreme. Jacob Anderson, the actor who plays Grey Worm (Daenerys’ general), claims it will be Daenerys Stormborn that is sitting on the Iron Throne at the end of Season 8.

I just finished re-watching all six seasons of the show and something I found incredibly interesting in re-watching the episodes is just how much dialogue there was in the early seasons that basically told us what would happen later. We had no reason to suspect casual dialogue would be so important in Season 1, but in hindsight, it was.

Gwendoline Christie said something in the interview above that really caught my attention. She is the actress who plays Brienne of Darth, basically the ‘Don Quixote’ of the show. She stated “each scene is really vital. The story that’s exchanged — this season is so much about the story.”…This leads me to believe that we should both take this season’s dialogue at its face value more than ever, but also as skeptical as we’ve always been. You don’t say something like she said unless it’s meaningful.


Now, if you don’t have time to binge-watch every episode of the show before Sunday you an at least watch this supercut of all 150,966 deaths over the past six seasons. Or, you can check out this Game of Thrones ‘Rap Recap’ of all 6 seasons in just 4 minutes.

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