Written By Modi Fans on Thursday, 2 June 2016 | 06:33
game of thrones season 6 episode 7 review
A lengthy shoot usually means a lot of people, though we shouldn’t expect the Boltons v. Starks battle just yet, as that apparently took a whole six weeks to film.
Our best guess is that he’s referring tothe return of The Houndand possibly even the fabled Cleganebowl. game of thrones season 6 episode 7 review
There’s a pretty strong theory linking Sandor Clegane to the episode title, while Cersei has already indicated that she wants his brother, The Mountain, to fight for her in a trial by combat.game of thrones season 6 episode 7 review
The season’s seventh episode (yes, we’re already headed for the 7th ep!) will be titled “The Broken Man,” and feature a return for Clive Russell as the Blackfish, and a rallying of the Northern cause. Jerome Flynn is finally making an appearance on the game of thrones season 6 episode 7 review show this season, and we can look forward to some action in the Riverlands.
Official episode synopsis: The High Sparrow eyes another target. Jaime confronts a hero. Arya makes a plan. The North is reminded.
It seems like Benjen was cursed in some way when the White Walkers stabbed him. Remember that The Wall supposedly possesses some kind magic that keeps the WW’s from crossing. If Benjen was somehow touched by WW magic, this same spell could keep him from being able to re-enter the Seven Kingdoms.
Meribald will most likely be played by Ian McShane, a man who does not give a shit about leaking plot details to the hungry public. He revealed that his character was an ex-warrior and would bring a much loved character back from the dead.
In an interview with BBC, he was asked whether that character was the Hound or Jon Snow. He responded with, “It’s not the latter, it might be the former.”
The Hound actor, Rory McCann was even spotted around the set during the filming of Season 6.
So basically, it’s totally happening this episode. Get hype for the inevitable Clega
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