None of this is seen in the Game of Thrones television series.
However, we can't say much about it because there are chances that Nikolaj Coster-Walda may be detracting movie buffs by giving them false hints.
Even though Episode 4 of "Game of Thrones" Season 7 leaked before its air date last Sunday ― and a "catastrophic" hack at HBO could mean more episodes are on the way ― it turns out fans who want to know where the show is going may already have all the information they need.
In a swaggering five-minute video from "Mr Smith" to HBO chief executive Richard Plepler included in the dump, the hackers used white text scrolling on a black background to deliver an ultimatum - pay up within three days or see the group, which claims to have stolen 1.5 terabytes of HBO shows and confidential corporate data, upload entire series and sensitive proprietary files. In particular, Bran's tense meeting with slippery Petyr Baelish teases that time could be running out for Littlefinger. Arya will either check The Hound off her list for good or make peace with him and part ways.
It has been clear that Arya has improved as a fighter in the past seasons. That hasn't stopped fans from trying to point her out, though.
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"At the word MOTHER you can see a woman in a long green dress w/ long auburn wavy hair with her head down walking past the background gate, resembling Cat", wrote GrennsGal. This tense encounter is followed by a sequence of reunions and reacquaintances within the Stark family as well as others.
The Dothraki could've arguably taken the Lannisters on their own, but Daenerys clearly took the advice of Lady Olenna (RIP), and let her formidable presence known.
Fans couldn't stop talking about the possible appearance of Lady Stoneheart in the show's recent episode.
Viewers were left devastated when Catelyn was mercilessly slaughtered along with her son Robb, his wife and her unborn grandchild in the harrowing episode titled the Red Wedding.
Sunday night's episode of Game of Thrones almost saw Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) being burned to a crisp, only to be "saved" at the last second by Bronn (Jerome Flynn).