Published On: Mon, Sep 12th, 2016

'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers; The Greyjoys are in Trouble; Angela Lansbury to Appear?

The hit HBO TV series, Game of Thrones Season 7, has started filming and the spoilers for the upcoming show has also been making the buzz on the internet. Reports claimed that some of the fans’ favorite characters could die and that Angela Lansbury would be joining the show.

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In a recent report for Moviefone, the Greyjoys are facing trouble in Game of Thrones Season 7 as one of them could be captured by their Uncle Euron played by Pilou Asbæk. Yara Greyjoy’s character, played by Gemma Whelan, could probably be in trouble and she will be battling against her dangerous uncle.


“It appears that their Uncle Euron is catching up to the siblings and will capture one of them,” a source claimed.

The site further claimed that Euron seems to be gaining the upper hand and he could be teaming up with Cersei played by Lena Headey as she needs the naval power to fight Daenerys played by Emilia Clarke.

In the meantime, The Independent recently reported that the rumors about Angela Lansbury appearing in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones are not true. However, HBO is yet to confirm if Lansbury will really not be appearing on the show.

Lansbury’s representative unveiled that the reports about her casting are false and that she is not included in the show. The actress is best known for her roles in the Murder She Wrote, Bedknobs, and Broomsticks. She also worked as a voice talent for Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast.

The 90-year-old actress is the second British actor who was linked in joining the upcoming season of Game of Thrones. Jim Broadbent of Moulin Rouge and Harry Potter has also been reported to be joining the TV show.

The seventh season of GoT will be different from the past episodes as it will only be running for seven episodes rather than ten. The list of the upcoming directors for the season has also been released.

Game of Thrones Season 7 is expected to hit the small screens on HBO in the summer of 2017.

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