'Game of Thrones' Season 6 Recap: Sophie Turner Discusses Ramsay, Petyr Baelish & Jon Snow
Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) stood out in the last few episodes of Game of Thrones Season 6. As many were surprised that she initiated the end of Ramsay Bolton's (Iwan Rheon) life in the Game of Thrones Season 6 penultimate episode, "The Battle of the Bastards," would fans now vouch for her?
Speaking with Hollywood Reporter, Turner revealed that she felt viewers rooting for her role as Sansa in Game of Thrones. In fact, the 20-year-old star worked hard since the TV series' Season 1 to build this kind personality.
"But I think what people should be maybe a bit wary of is how much she seemed to enjoy it. I think Sansa could maybe develop a taste for killing," Turner said.
There are assumptions swirling that Sansa is carrying Ramsay's child, as the latter's last words were "I'm part of you now." To clear this, the English actress that some took it literally when the bastard of Roose Bolton (Michael McElhatton) only meant that the abuse he put upon Lady Stark would forever be with her.
As Sansa and Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) have retrieved Winterfell, the siblings decided to trust each other as they have a lot of enemies to face. With this, Turner explained that her character totally trusts the Lord Commander when it comes to moral decisions, but when it comes to political things, she questions his decisions.
"I think it's more about being open with each other," the X-Men: Apocalypse star said. Fans are also puzzled about the deal Sansa has with Petyr Baelish (Aidan Gillen).
To recall, when Jon Snow was being hailed as the new King of the North, Little Finger and Sansa were exchanging glances. But Turner explained that they don't have any deal at all, and in fact she even rejected him.
"It's kind of a jealousy toward Jon. He's getting all of the credit for basically Sansa saving his a**. Obviously, he played a huge part in the 'Battle of the Bastards,' but Sansa really saved him," she disclosed.
In the upcoming reunion of the Stark children, Turner teased that it would be definitely different and things would change a lot.
Meanwhile, Game of Thrones is now down with two more seasons with only 13 episodes between them, Nerdcore Movement reported. The show's showrunners, David Benioff and Dan Weiss are now starting to shape the show's final episodes and the epic wars fans are waiting for.
As Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) is now sailing to Westeros, Jon Snow has been hailed as the King of the North, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) owns the Iron Throne and the Night King is waiting for his chance, everything is set for its final bow.
Game of Thrones Season 7 is set to be out in 2017 with seven episodes, while the Season 8 will be watched, most likely, in 2018 with last six episodes.