Game of Thrones actor Sophie Turner is frightened of show's ending

'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: Sansa Stark Shows She Can Rule Westeros And Be Better At It

Game of Thrones stars reveal who deserves the Iron Throne most

So far, fans will have to wait for "Game of Thrones" season 7.

After witnessing Ned's execution at the end of season 1 Arya's primary goal was to get back to her family in the North. "Being on Game of Thrones". Dany is out for blood and coming for the Iron Throne, and her possible relative Snow is now King in the North. In Sansa's case, she finally made it back home to Winterfell last season after years of gilded captivity - but the reunion won't stay happy forever. Because she played the game as it was laid out before her. Team Sansa.

After turning heads on the red carpet at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles and at the screening of the season's first episode, Turner headed to the after-party, where she sat at a table with her BFF Maisie Williams (GoT's Arya Stark) and boyfriend Joe Jonas. But Sansa has had a clear and satisfying character arc, as she has grown from a spoiled Disney princess into a quiet, resilient, and politically astute woman, one who has earned and owned her inner power. Though she didn't give away anything specific, Turner described the feeling she has regarding the show's inevitable finale. "Winterfell is just flawless for her". How she will deal with Payne has yet to be seen or even considered, but with her training it is reasonable to think that she will find a way to get the man alone and prey upon whatever weakness she can find.

Turner has been breathing life into the character, Sansa Stark, Lady of Winterfell, in the hit HBO series for the last eight years. She's particularly good when it comes to playing with silhouettes: we love it when she wears high-waisted flared looks - whether that's with a high-neck or spaghetti straps. Remember that Arya has already taken down some serious contenders, and she did get close getting the jump on her mentor AFTER killing the Waif.

"It's kind of her struggle with newfound power", Turner said. And the ability to kind of hopefully bring the people that she loves back to her or create a safe haven if they do come back to her. She explained that over the years that Sansa has been surrounded by different people while being engulfed in a world of betrayal and revenge, it is understandable that it will rub off on her. And the reality of this impending war that's coming is very, very real for her for many reasons.

Coming to us from the guys at cuponation, it's utterly unsurprising that House Stark - you know, the quickly dwindling tribe that you've been rooting for since the start - has the most social media fans, with almost 20 million fans around the globe.

Practically growing up on the set, Turner formed foundational friendships with the other cast members, but, Turner added, things really started to take off when they "started going to each other's parties when we weren't shooting".

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