***Spoiler Warning: Since some of these statements are purportedly going to happen on Game of Thrones, here’s you obligatory Spoiler Warning. There’s also a bit of book spoiler involved in one person’s statement, so be afraid…very afraid. Possible Spoilers***
I’m pretty sure we’d all love to hear an actual GoT spoiler or two, especially since this season is free-falling away from George R. R. Martin’s Ice and Fire book series faster than you can say “Khaleesi,” but having to guess at what actually is a spoiler makes things a little more complicated. Playing along with Yahoo’s version of Two Truths and a Lie proved to be pointless for a couple of cast members (who told only non-spoilery truths) and others were too afraid of blowing something that would get them into trouble with the HBO honchos. Iwan Rheon aka Ramsay Bolton refused to participate, saying only that the game was too “dangerous.” Bran and Tommen (Isaac Hempstead Wright and Dean-Charles Chapman) did speak honestly, but gave away nothing more than set mishaps and a confession to falling asleep during Bran’s vision scene (which at times requires Wright to just lie about). Jaqen H’gar (Tom Wlaschiha) remained quiet while Ser Davos (Liam Cunningham) fumbled through, first blowing something — which Yahoo redacted — and then spitting out an obvious lie.
[A character] will be silenced, that’s a truth!
Longclaw will… oh no, I can’t be doing this, because that’s ahead of the f–king thing!
Davos will end up on the Iron Throne!”
Erm, thank you Onion Knight! I can’t help wondering if that first statement means someone’s going to lose a tongue?
A girl aka Nobody aka Maisie Williams gave three intriguing hints:
Arya goes to Westeros, back over the sea.
Arya is in the trailer more times than people have realized, because they don’t realize it’s her.
Arya doesn’t cross any more names off her list.”
I’d venture to say that last one is her truth, but Williams played her hand just right — any one of those things could easily happen.
Finally, my favorite statements come from Sophie Turner, because I want them all to occur.
Lady Stoneheart returns.
Arya checks three people off her list.”
What I truly believe though, is that Ramsay is going to die a most horrible death this season, so that’s my pick for Turner’s truth.
Let’s close this out with a bit of fun Emilia Clarke had while a certan Khal (Moro) aka Joseph Naufahu was napping between scenes.
If there’s one thing everyone in and around this series should have learned by now, it’s don’t mess with Daenerys Targaryen. Also, don’t fall asleep when she’s still on set.