Maisie Williams a.k.a. Arya Stark

Maisie Williams Tweets About ‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: ‘Sh*t Gets REAL’

Maisie Williams has just finished reading the script for Season 7 of HBO’s hit epic drama series Game of Thrones and appears to have been so affected by it that she had to share her thoughts over Twitter.

Fans of the hit HBO TV series Game of Thrones are going to have to wait longer this time before they see the new season of the show as showrunners decide to move production a little later in July per Entertainment Weekly.

Apparently, the move not only allows fans to catch up on missed episodes but also to accommodate the change in the setting of the story, which has finally entered the phase that has been foretold by the Starks.

“Winter is here and we gotta shoot where there are trees … and we’re waiting to shoot later in the year so we won’t finish shooting until February and there’s no way to get the show out there until summer,” executive producer David Benioff told the outlet.

Because of the longer wait, Game of Thrones fans are craving for any update they get a hold of, something which 19-year-old Maisie Williams was so eager to take advantage of.

Williams, who plays the vengeful Arya Stark in the award-winning drama series, took to Twitter to express how she felt about the Season 7 script.

After reading the script for the incoming new season, Williams was overcome by how the story would play out that she only had three words to describe it.

“S**t gets REAL.”

She further added insult to the injury by posting these mind-boggling tweets that made fans wonder more about how the Game of Thrones Season 7 would play out.

Aside from Williams, other actors who play the surviving Stark children such as Kit Harington (Jon Snow) also shared their thoughts about the incoming new season of the Game of Thrones.

“I think it’s going to get very bleak before if there is a happy ending. If there’s any sort of win or heroic moment for Jon and everyone else,” Harington told the Hollywood Reporter in an interview.

“I think it’s going to get very dark before it gets better.”

Speaking without having read any of the scripts yet, he also shared his guess that the showrunners would be pulling off a great battle against the White Walkers and its Army of the Dead which means many of the surviving characters would die or at least have an even more difficult time than they had in Season 6’s “Battle of the Bastards” episode.

Harington also expressed how he felt about the show’s inevitable ending, which showrunners confirmed would be during Season 8.

“This mammoth, Goliath event in my life, which has so much of what my 20s are, is going to come to an end. I think I’m going to really make the effort in these next two years to enjoy every moment of it, because I don’t know when I’ll get something like this coming around again,” he said.

After confirming the incoming end of the Game of Thrones, showrunners also revealed the possibility of a spin-off in order to continue HBO’s most valuable franchise.

“We’ve talked about it. It’s something I’m not opposed to, but of course it has to make sense creatively,” explained HBO Programming President Casey Bloys in a Television Critics Association press tour held in July.

Game of Thrones is one of the most popular TV series in HBO and has also been renowned by no less than the Emmy Awards with 23 prime-time nominations.

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