It seems when “Game of Thrones” returns for Season 7, next summer, the show will take the fans to another epic battle, as Emilia Clarke, who plays the role of Daenerys teases what the series has in store.
On the Emmy red carpet, the actress teased that the upcoming season will not just be, as good as Season 6, but will also top it.
“It’s ridiculous. I know everything! There’s another battle that’s epic,” she admitted to TV Line. In fact, the battle is more likely going to be epic enough to rival the famous “Battle of the Bastards.”
It was not just Clarke who teased the fans about the “Game of Thrones” Season 7, but even Sophia Turner who portrays the character of Sansa Stark, dropped a teaser about the season going to be really satisfying.
“I was actually speechless. This season is unbelievable and I think fans are going to be really satisfied. It’s crazy,” Turner said, about how she felt after reading the script of “Game of Thrones” season 7.
Late last month, her onscreen sister Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) tweeted that nothing could prepare the fans for the upcoming season as “S*** gets REAL,” immediately after reading the scripts.
Also at the Emmys’ Red Carpet, the executive producer David Benioff shared some details about the upcoming final two seasons that they will be bigger. “And it will be better. And it will also be worse, but mostly better,” he added.
As for the recent hype around a possible prequel for the series, Benioff addressed it stating it’s a question for the author George R.R. Martin.
“It’s a great world that George created. I think it’s a very rich world, and I’m sure there will be other series set in Westeros, but for us, this is it. That’s really a question for George,” Benioff told the Entertainment Weekly.
However, Martin, though gave a slight hope of a possible prequel, made it clear that the news was nothing but just another rumor.
“Well, I do have thousands of pages of fake history — everything that led up to Game of Thrones — so there’s a wealth of material there, and I’m still writing more,” Martin said. “At the moment, we still have this show to finish, and I still have two books to finish, so that’s all speculation.”
Meanwhile, the “Game of Thrones” has taken away 12 trophies (nine at the Creative Arts Emmys and three during the ceremony), bringing the total count of Emmys to 38. This total has made “GoT” the most decorated primetime series in the history of Emmys.