Maisie Williams Jokes On Sansa Stark’s Death On ‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 7


Sansa Stark, one of the most annoying yet important characters of HBO fantasy drama TV series "Game Of Thrones", will die before the series ends, according to Maisie Williams - on-screen sister of Sansa. The news comes as a shock to the fans and media at South By Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas, where the show's producers and actors revealed vital information about the upcoming seasons.

According to Daily Star, Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) was sporting her natural blonde looks as opposing to her red-headed character. When asked about if the new look reveals something about the character, Maisie William (Arya Stark) stormed at fans, stating, "She's dead". An awkward silence broke into the event when the producer of the show, David Benioff came to the rescue.

"Don't worry, they won't tell anyone," said Benioff, who brought back the audience to comfort. But, was it only a joke? Surely Sophie's blonde hair indicates something. If the Season 8 is still on the floor, is it really possible that Sansa may not see the end of the epic saga.

It could also be possible that William was truly pulling the leg of the audience as everyone knows how horrible the fates of the characters had been in the series. Only the future will tell the truth about the fate of Sansa Stark.

Other announcements were also made during the SXSW panel, where Benioff said that he, DB Weiss and two others have been fighting over who gets to write the important half of the series. "We fight over who write which half and who gets to kill Sansa," he said while bursting into laughter.

As reported by Digital Spy, there is still evidence that hints Sansa may live through the series as she recently implied that she is going to shoot for season 8 after finishing "X-Men". "Game Of Thrones" Season 7 will air on HBO starting July 16.

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