Published: Sat, July 15, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

"Game of Thrones" cast reign on the red carpet #GOT

Even though Season 7 will be the shortest Game of Thrones season yet, it will also feature one of the longest Game of Thrones episodes yet. But sneaky Littlefinger wants Sansa to take over, so he can rule beside her.

We know that Dany is coming for Queen Cersei's (Lena Headey) crown this season. And there's a chance to catch Game of Thrones for free on Sunday - HBO now is offering one free month for new users.

Extra credit: It might also help to watch a recap video such as this one from YouTuber Finaly Dishonored, which basically just strings every single episode's "previously on." segments together in one roughly 40-minute video.

Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) was last seen sailing towards King's Landing with Tyrion Lannister, her army and dragons to reclaim her ancestral home.

Others at the premiere included Game Of Thrones regulars Maisie Williams, Nathalie Emmanuel, Alfie Allen, Iain Glen, Liam Cunningham, Gwendoline Christie and Ballycastle born Conleth Hill.

She's tried so hard to protect the throne for her children but all Cersei is left with is very few allies and a whole load of enemies.

But her co-stars are always there to reassure her. "My mates are like, 'It's you - you and Daenerys are one and the same now".

After two seasons of assassin school in Braavos, Arya Stark finally returned to Westeros and killed Walder Frey as revenge for the Red Wedding.

Maybe all of Coster-Waldau's theories will come true and Brienne will ride in on a dragon and burn Jaime alive right after he kills Cersei. Some didn't make it, which is just another day in Westeros, but the most dynamic characters are returning with a vengeance-a suitable theme for the seventh season! "It's getting colder", teases Rory McCann, aka The Hound. "But we don't know whether they're related", he noted to Entertainment Tonight at Wednesday night's premiere.

He said: "For all of us, our stock has gone up".

Isaac Hempstead Wright as Bran Stark in the "Game of thrones". The last time we saw him he was gathering forces to prepare for a battle - both against the undead and the Stark enemies. Cersei grieves and has him buried with the rest of his siblings and then assumes the Iron Throne.

The actor continued to discuss the upcoming war against the White Walkers, saying that Lyanna Mormont (played by Bella Ramsey) was Jon's "biggest ally".

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