"So when we've had all these, for all these seasons, disparate stories come from disparate ends of Westeros, it has been – and it's been signalled from the end of last season – that there's a lot of people and situations going to be coming together.
"It was kind of interesting to meet some people who I normally only meet on a red carpet. Who that is and when that happens remains to be seen."
There's also talk of >another climactic bout that'll take place in the season finale, with forces from Casterly Rock (the Lannisters' ancestral home) and Highgarden (ditto for the Tyrells) pitted against one another.
13 major cast members - as well as 500 extras and 100 horses - are thought to be involved. Surely the show'll deliver a death or two here? Grey Worm actor Jacob Anderson has hinted at "absolute chaos" to come ("I'm panicked for people.") and Digital Spy readers are expecting Littlefinger to be the first character to meet a grisly end.
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Speaking of the deceased, don't expect (SPOILERS!) Lady Stoneheart to make an appearance on GoT any time soon. Though Catelyn Stark was resurrected in Martin's novels, she's yet to resurface on the TV show and director Mark Mylod has insisted he's had "not had one discussion" about the character in the GoT writers' room.
Final warning: from hereon out, we're in SERIOUS spoiler territory!!!
It seemed inevitable that Daenerys and Jon Snow would meet from the moment he was all-but confirmed to be her long-lost nephew – and sure enough, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington have been spotted shooting their first >ever scenes together.
Some leaked concept art also appears to show Jon standing alongside Tyrion and Bronn near the ruins of the Dragonpit - apparently a sequence planned for the season finale.© Reddit / notawayforladsAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below
Of course, Jon'll need all the help he can get if the speculation that Sansa will turn against him and ally herself with Littlefinger is borne out.
"She's playing the game now, and very ruthlessly," said Sophie Turner. "When she wants something, she's going to go out and get it."
There's been talk of more "reunions" and "unions" this summer - and a fan site's claims that Daenerys, Tyrion, Ser Davos and Brienne will unite at the Dragonpit next season seems to be borne out by photographs taken of the set.
Oh, and it looks like Jorah Mormont (now cured of his greyscale?) will be reunited with his beloved Khaleesi too...
It looks to be a rough season for Theon all-round (yes, again!) as he was also pictured being thrashed by his wicked uncle Euron.
That being said, Alfie Allen has hinted at "redemption" for his troubled character - so maybe there's light at the end of a very long and very dark tunnel?© FameFlynet
Finally, Maisie Williams and Isaac Hempstead Wright have also been spotted on-set together - implying a reunion for estranged siblings Arya and Bran could be on the cards.
Hempstead Wright has hinted at "collisions" between characters - admitting that things are "not looking great" for Bran, now that he and Meera are out on their own.
"What overall excites me about this season is that main characters are coming together and it feels like things are ramping up," Sophie Turner said in December.
Maisie's also dropped the bombshell that season seven will end on a "huge cliffhanger" that will lead directly into the show's final season.
"It's just kind of tumbling now - we've come to the climax and it's rolling down to the end," she said. "It's exciting!"
If you're looking to delve into real spoiler territory... the Freefolk subreddit has released a batch of strong and plausible claims about the substance of season seven – shortly followed by a tweet from Natalie Emmanuel (Missandei) decrying people who want to "ruin" it for everyone – but if you want to read them, you'll have to go here.> Related ArticleHow Game of Thrones is going to end
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