Pilou Asbæk, who plays Euron Greyjoy, has hinted that his character will beat the competition this season, while nephew Theon (played by Alfie Allen) and niece Yara (Gemma Whelan) could meet a not so fortunate end.
The actor said that it was not looking much fruitful for the Greyjoy kin, who were most recently seen making a settlement with Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) in an offer to topple Euron.
In a recent meeting, the Danish star said that Euron, who is associated with knocking off his sibling Balon (Patrick Malahide), would be “satisfied” with himself and that things did not look good for Theon and Yara.
Addressing MTV News, the Borgen performing artist prodded Euron’s storyline, saying he would get:
[miptheme_quote author=”” style=”text-center”]Enough to get satisfied — good satisfied.[/miptheme_quote]
Nonetheless, he declined to give whatever else away, saying:
[miptheme_quote author=”” style=”text-center”]I don’t want to spoil it.[/miptheme_quote]
Pilou’s words propose that Euron is not going to wind up as a seething load of ash subsequent to experiencing Daenerys’ monsters, rather he will either catch the Greyjoy kin pair and even murder them.
The meeting comes not long after another secret for Game of Thrones season seven was discharged by HBO, demonstrating Daenerys, Jon Snow and Cersei Lannister clashing as they all stroll towards a position of royalty.
Daenerys was found in the honored position room in Westeros, which gave off an impression of being canvassed in white fiery debris and looked fundamentally the same as a dream she had while in the House of the Undying in Qarth.
In the meantime, Cersei had her spot as ruler of the Seven Kingdoms on the Iron Thrones, which is her present part.
At long last, Jon Snow took a more unassuming seat on a wooden honored position, implying that he could take up his position as King of the North and the Lord of Winterfell.
The trailer finished forebodingly with a nearby shot of the startling Night King’s frigid blue eye, which whipped fans into a craze.