The countdown is drawing closer for the premiere of Game of Thrones Season 7. As the season draws closer, speculations and spoilers keep coming in. Maisie Williams who plays the character Arya Stark: Death is presumably excited for the upcoming season.
Maisie Williams seems wary of the trajectory of her own character post Game of Thrones Season 7. She made an appearance on The Radio 1 Breakfast Show With Nick Grimshaw. During the discussion, she prepared the viewers for what is coming at them.
Game of Thrones Season 7: Maisie Williams Advice To Fans
The interview with Maisie Williams was bubbling with energy and excitement. It is not a surprise that Williams is excited about what’s coming ahead in Game of Thrones Season 7. Back in August 2016, when the actress started reading the script, she was freaking out and also couldn’t control her tweeting.
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Her tweets read, “S*** gets real”, “Scratch that, nothing will prepare you for this”, and “I’d start preparing yourselves now”. These tweets were much-needed fuel to energize the already excited fans. The interview with Nick Grimshaw also was a testament to the fact that the actress is clearly excited and does not want to be killed off very soon in the series.
Williams Makes a Request to Makers
Like every other fan of the show, even Maisie Williams is chewing her nails off in anticipation. She says, “Am I going to die? Just give me a little bit of warning.” The unexpected twists and turns in the plot take even the cast by surprise.
When quizzed about revealing spoilers about the finale, she candidly said that even she is unaware of what the ending might be. She says, “I make educated guesses and we try and get answers and bits of information and knowledge from the writers, but they keep it very close to their chest. But it’s so exciting, and particularly the end of this series, it’s just a great finale, and it makes me excited for the series after.”
She also speaks about hanging out with other cast members from Game of Thrones Season 7 and if they end up discussing the show. She replies, “And we go out for drinks and stuff, and we just end up just talking about the show, and then because we’re a season ahead, like, we have to really watch what we’re saying because you don’t know who’s listening to your conversation.”
Pretty sure, there may be many wanting to know just a little bit of what’s coming at them in Game of Thrones Season 7.