Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Game of Thrones season 7: Sophie Turner warns Sansa will be 'unlikeable'

Game of Thrones season 7: Sophie Turner warns Sansa will be 'unlikeable'

Sophie Turner's character on the show has suffered an incredible amount to get to the position she's in now at the start of season 7, which led many fans to hope she might finally get some justice in the upcoming episodes.

Isaac Hempstead Wright who plays Bran Stark said his character will find himself in a predicament in the new series.

Cersei Lannister took over the Iron Throne in the season 6 finale by blowing up the city's Great Sept and most of her rivals with it - including Margaery Tyrell, the fan-favorite queen who realized Cersei's conspiracy just before the roaring green wildfire flames burned the Great Sept to the ground.

Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish (Aidan Gillen) - During the show's six years it is revealed that Peytr Baelish, nicknamed "Littlefinger", has had a hand in many the main plot lines, including rescuing Sansa Stark, framing Tyrion Lannister and the deaths of King Joffery Baratheon and Lord Jon Arryn.

Game of Thrones viewers have watched on over the years as Sansa has been forced to quickly mature and quietly tackle issues on her own. This time she may be the one giving him orders.

Gemma said that it was only from the Comic Cons that she learned that her character is well-loved.

Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) - Khaleesi Daenerys Targaryen has spent most her time building an army to take back what is rightfully hers. This brings tension in her relationship with her brother Jon Snow, according to Kit Harington. (Just a smidge though.) That might be because Turner isn't getting ready to return to Westeros, but in fact, she's gearing up to star as Jean Grey (the redheaded telekinetic X-Men icon) in the superhero franchise's next film, "X Men: Dark Phoenix", out in 2018. The actress shared that some would even greet her as "Lady Stark".

In contrast to her answer, Harrington thinks Sansa should take the Iron Throne.

Once she marries Ramsey, and returning to Winterfell, Sansa is sexually violated by her new husband and psychologically tormented by him and his psychotic mistress Miranda. Sansa does find a friend in Margaery and briefly is courted by her grandmother, the cunning Olenna Tyrell aka the "Queen of Thorns", who Sansa is courageous enough to admit Joffrey, Margaery's future husband, is "a monster". "To have someone who understands what you're going through, who's the same age, who came from pretty much the same background - that is so rare". "So that's really interesting this season", she told InStyle.

Season 7 is bound to prove the leadership that is within Sansa.

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