Yesterday 'Game of Thrones' fans were disheartened (okay, some elated) to learn that at least one major series star would sit out season 5 for lack of story material from series creator George R.R. Martin, leading us to wonder what other characters might run out of road if the 'Song of Ice and Fire' books move too slowly. Most specifically, will Sophie Turner's Sansa Stark be the next casualty of 'Game of Thrones' season 5?
If you want to see Cersei Lannister throw a bucket of ice water over her head in support of ALS awareness -- who knew she had a charitable side, right? -- or Jon Snow or even George R.R. Martin himself, watch the stars and creator of 'Game of Thrones' perform the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Anyone who's ever been to a 'Game of Thrones' panel at Comic-Con well-knows that the HBO drama's production schedule prevents any new footage from being shot in time for presentation, but who would miss a chance to meet with the fan-favorite cast? Find out where and when the cast of 'Game of Thrones' season 4 (and 5!) will grace the stage at Comic-Con 2014!
For those hoping Queen Elizabeth would one day sit on the Iron Throne, we're gonna spoil you now and say not at the moment. But she did visit the 'Game of Thrones' studio in Belfast, Ireland, for a meet and greet with some of the cast and crew of HBO's hit fantasy drama, and to glare at the famous seat of Westeros.
Of all the Stark children from 'Game of Thrones,' split across the vast landscape of Westeros by their father's death and forced to make their own ends, poor Sansa Stark has hardly proved a favorite among the fans, at least in the first two seasons of HBO's adaptation. The young girl certainly came into her own a bit by the end of the season, particularly against Tyrion Lannister and Joffrey, but what will befall Sansa when season 3 premieres on March 31? Actress Sophie Turner previews her character's role in the new season inside!