"Game of Thrones" Season 7 may see Littlefinger, Bran Stark, Cersei Lannister and any of the Greyjoy siblings die. Casts Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Pilou Asbaek and Isaac Hempstead may have teased a bit of spoiler about these characters' death in their interviews.
A promotional photo for "Game of Thrones" Season 7 that shows Jaimie hold on to his sword while he stand beside Cersei, lead to speculations that Cersei dies in the hands of her brother. Coster-Waldau said this theory "absolutely makes sense." He acknowledged that it would be the "perfect little nod" to see Jaimie kill Cersei. "It's a good theory. I always thought maybe it's too neat, but who knows," he told Harpers Bazaar.
Speculations are rife that Jaimie kills his sister after he learns that she ordered to have half of Kings Landing burn to the ground. Cersei is also responsible for the deaths of their children, so to speak. Jaimie supposedly kills Cersei in "Game of Thrones" Season 7 after he sees that she is slowly becoming like the Mad King.
Meanwhile, Cersei may not be the only major character death in "Game of Thrones" Season 7. Isaac Hempstead teased about his character's uncertain fate in his interview with Entertainment Weekly. Hodor is dead, so there is no one else who can look after Bran Stark except Meera. Hempstead admitted that "it is not looking great" for Bran.
Another major character death in "Game of Thrones" Season 7 belongs to one of the Greyjoy siblings. Pilou Asbaek, who plays Euron, hinted that either Yara or Theon dies. He told MTV that Euron brings a lot of trouble to the siblings, enough to get Euron "good satisfied.
His statement fuels speculations that Euron catches up to the siblings at sea and engages them in battle. Euron supposedly captures one of the siblings and kills him or her. It is unclear though if it is Yara or Theon who dies, although the trailer for "Game of Thrones" Season 7 hints at Yara's death. Theon appears to escape the burning ship (see 12:02 mark below).© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.