I think he believes that somehow they must recognize that the other one cares. I’m sure she knows he cares about her. The fact that she tries to give him back the sword Oathkeeper and he kind of says, “It’s yours. It’s always been yours,”…the subtext is it’s almost like saying, “You keep my heart. It’s yours. It’s always been yours.” - Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

I just want to see Tyrion’s and Theon’s faces (and basically everyone’ s in team Daenerys, because almost all of them had a story with Stark family), when they find out, that Jon and Sansa returned Winterfall to themselves and that house stark is not dead.

How can the stars of Game of Thrones get more screen time in season 7 when there are fewer episodes (seven instead of 10)?

Even Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) was initially a tad perplexed when she received her scripts.

“When I first read this season I thought: ‘Damn, I gotta learn some lines!’” Clarke marveled. “We’re actually filming longer now. I don’t know how that’s happening.”

Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) was similarly struck by his character’s increased visibility this year. “I’ve worked more days this season than I have in quite some time,” he told EW.


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Wow all these covers look amazing, Jon, Arya, Bran and Sansa all in black, all in Winterfell clothing, all together again.

From what I’ve see so far of all the outfits for season 7, Michelle Clapton should get a award, they are all beautiful, such attention to detail and parallel’s of early season outfits and dead characters outfits that made inspired the current characters who were the closest to them.

The only unfortunate thing is I know we won’t get this S7 from the spoilers, I suppose we’ll half get it but until every single Stark is reunited it won’t be a true family reunion and Jon was always so close to Arya and Bran. I’m looking forward to Sansa and Arya and Bran and Arya but because Like Sansa and Jon I never saw Sansa interact with Bran either so it won’t be as impactful as the others to me at least.

Cersei’s relationship with Jaime likewise seemed destined for destruction after last year’s finale where she blew up the Sept and their son committed suicide. But there’s remarkable strength there as well. “When Jaime came back, I thought he’d have been more like ‘Okay, honey, you’re on your own!’” Coster-Waldau says. “But he loves her and is loyal to a fault. The question is: How far will that go?” Oh, the things Jaime does for love.
—  Entertainment Weekly