Winter is finally here. After the epic Season 6 finale, we're all going to be shivering North of the Wall over the next year until #GameOfThrones finally returns with Season 7. In the meantime, welcome to the Citadel a.k.a. your one and only source for learning up on all things related to Game of Thrones Season 7. Keep scrolling for news, trailers, theories and more, and don't forget to check back for updates!
'Game of Thrones' Season 7 News, Rumors & Updates
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Emilia Clarke Finished Filming Season 7 And She Says It's Going To Blow Our Minds
DUN DUN DUNNNNNN. #EmiliaClarke shared this adorable celebratory vid, letting her fans know she's finally wrapped filming on Game of Thrones Season 7. In the caption, she added a little tease:
"I BELIEVE THIS ONES GONNA BE A MIND BLOWER..."
Like we didn't already know that! Last week, Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) told us Season 7 would close out on a cliffhanger, while her on-screen sis Sophie Turner promised that things were going to get darker and deadlier than ever... Come on, ladies. Can't we get just a little hint?
Gwendoline Christie Teases A New Spin In 'Game Of Thrones' Season 7
Buckle up, because Season 7 is going to be a bumpy ride! Last night at the #SAGAwards, the cast of Game of Thrones was honored with yet another nomination for Best Ensemble in a Drama Series. Although the award ultimately went to Stranger Things, we still got some delightful GoT moments in the night, like this fuel for #Mophie shippers, and Maisie Williams in general.
Plus, Gwendoline Christie revealed some juicy — albeit fictitious — spoilers to EW. Apparently everyone in Game of Thrones Season 7 will be driving around in their very own cars! According to Christie:
"Let me tell you the whole story line. It starts with, this season there's cars in 'Game of Thrones.' It is [confusing], but some people have got like really cool convertibles, and some people have got like tiny Morris Minors... Brienne drives a really, really sort of knackered four-by-four... It's purely functional. It's a monster truck. She drives a monster truck."
Yep, that sounds about right!
Did Someone Just Leak The Premiere Date For 'Game Of Thrones' Season' 7?!
We all knew that this winter was going to be a long one, with Game of Thrones delaying its release of Season 7 until Summer 2017. HBO has been quieter than Ilyn Payne about the exact date we can expect Thrones to return to screens, but now some little bird has posted to IMDB, claiming that Season 7 Episode 1 will air on June 25.
IMDB is curated by fans, so it isn't always the most reliable source of information. However, the date was taken down shortly after going up, so maybe it really was classified info that HBO wanted to keep secret! Let's hope the official word comes soon — that the premiere is really just 6 months away!
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Iain McGlen Teases Possibility Of Even More 'Game Of Thrones' Episodes
By this point in the Long Winter, everyone knows that we have only two seasons left of Game of Thrones, and that those seasons will be just seven and six episodes long. However in a recent interview with Radio Times, Iain McGlen (Jorah Mormont) insinuates that that's not necessarily set in stone:
"They are taking the length of time it takes to shoot ten episodes to shoot just seven this year and six next year. There are fifteen more hours left in 'Thrones' as we understand it, but that may change, but that’s as far as we know."
A few extra episodes of Thrones sometimes in 2018 might just make all this waiting worth it! But whether they decide to stick with the season plan as it stands, or expand it, McGlen promises that Benioff and Weiss are taking their sweet time to pack in plenty of incredible content:
"I think the scale and size of the set pieces, the world that is being created it’s just getting more and more extraordinary and they feel they need that time to shoot seven hours as opposed to ten."
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Here's Our First Sneak Peek At Season 7 Footage!
If you haven't been watching HBO's latest breakout hit, #Westworld, then you might have missed this sneak peek at the very first footage revealed from Game of Thrones Season 7. The three frustratingly short clips shown above were included as part of a longer commercial for shows coming to HBO in 2017, and it aired during Westworld. It wasn't available online — until now.
Brief as this snippet may be, there's still plenty material here to start making predictions for Season 7. Check out our theories now.
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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Premiere Date
While we don't know the exact Game of Thrones season 7 premiere date just yet, we do know it's going to be sometime in Summer 2017. Creators Benioff and Weiss said that the delay was necessary in order to allow for wintry weather, even in their usual filming locations.
'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Theories
Check out the latest, wildest theory about who's going to fulfill that prophecy about the three-headed dragon...
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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Trailer
So far, we've only got one, teeny tiny vague little teaser trailer for the Game of Thrones Season 7. Check it out right now:
'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Cast
Get to know the actors that bring Game of Thrones to life with this short video:
Done already? Move on to Get to Know the Actors Part II! :)
The main Game of Thrones Season 7 cast will, as usual, host all — well, most — of your favorite faces, including:
- Jon Snow - Kit Harington
- Daenerys Targaryen - Emilia Clarke
- Tyrion Lannister - Peter Dinklage
- Cersei Lannister - Lena Headey
- Jaime Lannister - Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
- Sansa Stark - Sophie Turner
- Arya Stark - Maisie Williams
- Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish - Aidan Gillen
- Theon Greyjoy - Alphie Allen
- Davos Seaworth - Liam Cunningham
In recent casting news, Oscar-winner and Harry Potter actor Jim Broadbent has just been added to the line-up for Game of Thrones Season 7 — and apparently his role is a big one. But just who will he be playing? And will he survive the Harry Potter Curse?
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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Characters
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And for those characters who've made to Season 7 of Game of Thrones, here's a recap of who they are and what they're about:
Jon Snow is the White Wolf, the King in the North! He spent his whole life believing that he was the bastard son of Ned Stark, but now, thanks to Bran, we know that he's actually the most-likely-legitimate son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen. Only, he doesn't know that yet.
Daenerys Stormborn of the House Targaryen, the First of Her Name, The Unburnt, Queen of Meereen, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Breaker of Chains and Mother of Dragons. She's coming for you, Westeros. Watch out.
Tyrion Lannister is now officially Hand of the Queen to Daenerys, which is going to make things extra dramatic when he sails back to Westeros where his own sister — who wants his head on a spike — is currently occupying the Iron Throne.
Cersei Lannister, the First of Her Name, Queen of the Andals and the First Men, Protector of the Seven Kingdoms. This kween has now probably killed more innocent people than anyone else, thanks to the epic wildfire explosion that indirectly landed her on the Iron Throne.
Jaime Lannister, Captain of Cersei's Queensguard, and her twin brother/lover. Throughout the six seasons of GoT, the Kingslayer has actually revealed himself to be not such a bad guy after all. But we'll see what happens when he finally confronts Cersei about her ascension to the Iron Throne.
Sansa Stark, Lady of Winterfell and Wardeness of the North, Sansa has proved herself to be a total game player after she completely saved Jon's ass during the Battle of the Bastards. But tensions are likely to be brewing as her half-brother has just become King in the North, and Littlefinger told her he wants her to be his queen. *Shudder*
Arya Stark has been a fan favorite since day one. Her time in Braavos studying to become Faceless came to a swift end when she sliced up the Waif, stole a bunch of faces and headed back to Westeros. Now she's gotten vengeance on the repulsive Walder Frey and his sons, and is heading back to Winterfell (probably?) to be reunited with her brother and sister.
Bran Stark has been busy studying warging and greensight with the Three-Eyed Raven North of the Wall, but now that nearly all of his companions have died and he's acquired knowledge that could send the Seven Kingdoms up in wildfire (again), what's his next move going to be in Season 7?
Theon Greyjoy seemed like he could never recover after Ramsay's cruelty turned him into the sad, pathetic creature known as Reek. But slowly, he's been regaining his humanity, and is turning out to be a slightly more honorable person than he ever was before. He's currently at his sister Yara's side as they sail with Daenerys for Westeros.
Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish, the master manipulator of Westeros finally admitted that he's after the Iron Throne. While his claim is a pretty weak one, he's so crafty that he just might be able to weasel his way into more power than is good for anybody.
'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Review & Recap
It's a little too early for Game of Thrones Season 7 reviews and recaps! However, while we wait, why don't you catch up on 7 Things You Might Have Missed from the Season 6 Finale?
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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Preview & Promos
Once Game of Thrones Season 7 is underway, check back here every week for previews and promos for each upcoming episode.
'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers
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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Spin-Off
According to HBO CEO Richard Plepler:
"It certainly has not escaped [HBO president of programming] Casey [Bloys] and myself that there might be some brand extension [for GOT] that would be exciting. It certainly has not escaped the producers."
Where To Watch 'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Online
Game of Thrones Season 7 won't be available to watch online for a quite a while, but why don't you re-watch some of the old GoT seasons while we wait?
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'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Episodes
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'Game Of Thrones' Books
George R.R. Martin is the real hero of Game of Thrones. His A Song of Ice and Fire books series provided the foundation on which Benioff and Weiss created the hit show, and for that, we are ever grateful.
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By Season 5, the show has already over taken the books in terms of content, but since Martin is somewhat involved in the show, who's to say that we won't see them more or less line up again in the future?
Martin has currently published five novels in the Song of Ice and Fire series, with two more on the way.
- A Game of Thrones (1996)
- A Clash of Kings (1998)
- A Storm of Swords (2000)
- A Feast for Crows (2005)
- A Dance with Dragons (2011)
- The Winds of Winter
- A Dream of Spring (Formerly A Time for Wolves)
- The Hedge Knight (1998)
- The Sworn Sword (2003)
- The Mystery Knight (2010)