I’ve recently read an article where Kit Harington said he wants to see more male nudity on the show.

I’ve never really been to a convention before so I figured like, if you’re going to do a convention, you do San Diego Comic Con, and then you see all these fans and it blows your mind how much the show has impacted people. - Sophie Turner

Arya had to change her identity to survive so many times, like Arry and Nan, and now that she’s finally on her own, like going wherever she wants to go, do you feel that she’s still attached to who she is as a Stark or do you think that she is someone new entirely? How do you play that?

“Pour,” Ser Jorah commanded. The four young warriors of Dany’s khas arrayed themselves behind him, frowning, watching with their dark, almond - shaped eyes.
“It would be a crime to drink this rich a wine without letting it breathe.” The wineseller had not put his hammer down.
Jhogo reached for the whip coiled at his belt, but Dany stopped him with a light touch on the arm. “Do as Ser Jorah says,” she said. People were stopping to watch.
The man gave her a quick, sullen glance. “As the princess commands.”

Natalie Dormer at the HBO’s Game of Thrones’ panel at San Diego Comic-Con 2014.

Sophie Turner portrait session at San Diego Comic-Con (2014)

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 I’m a huge supporter of things which annoy misogynistic rich white men

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