‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 6 Spoilers: Exciting Season For Theon Greyjoy, Sansa Stark, Davos & Melisandre!
Theon Greyjoy, or Alfie Allen in real life, just dished out a host of spoilers for “Game of Thrones” season 6. Fans, tune in. WARNING: Great spoilers ahead; read at your own risk.Advertisement
Speaking with Stuff NZ, Allen did not play coy in giving out details on the upcoming season. He revealed that in season 6 of “Game of Thrones,” his character Greyjoy and Sophie Turner’s Sansa Stark may develop a deeper bond with each other. The two will spend a significant amount of time together after they escape from Winterfell and out of Ramsay Bolton’s oppressive hold.
Unlike any of his co-stars who have been zip-lipped before release date, Allen seems genuinely happy to share more details about the new season. He said, though, that it is quite ironic that some people hate spoilers but cannot help asking for more details!
“People are always asking, but then, you know, people don’t really want to know. You would hate it if I told you, you would hate it. It’s not cool.”
Despite the observed irony, the actor is cool about sharing the anticipated details. “You’re going to see a bit more Greyjoy-ness coming into it.” He added,“The journeys me and Sansa have been on kind of mirror each other in a lot of ways, and I’d say you’re going to see that relationship develop over time.”
Apart from Allen, Liam Cunningham also shared some spoilers. He revealed that his character Davos and Melisandre will finally be on the same page in the upcoming season.
Speaking with TV Line, he said his character will surprise everyone. “He [Davos] gets sucked into stuff that we’ve never see him do before, against his better judgment. We will see him doing thing that we haven’t seen him doing before.
“That’s not a sexual reference, even though it f—ing sounds like one,” he added.
Catch “Game of Thrones” season 6 air on HBO this coming April 24, 2015 and determine where the fates of Theon Greyjoy, Sansa Stark, Ser Davos, and Melisandre will take them.