Winter has come to Los Angeles for the premiere show of Game of Thrones Season Seven, and instead of cooling down the temperature, it has raised it high with expectations that people have with this season.
On July 13th, Wednesday, when Game of Thrones show-runners took to the red carpet and posed for the camera ahead of the screening of the first episode, the entire town was glowing with the fire of glamour.
With all the heroes and villains from the show gathering at one place, it seemed as if LA turned into wintery Westeros. What happened inside the premiere of this fantasy drama remained inside and no one shared the spoiler, as the show has claimed to drop a surprise bomb on July 16th.
But, we at WittyFeed bring to you the compiled list of GoT stars, and how they look on the red carpet along with some facts which you should know before you watch episode one of season seven.
Have a look!
Daenerys Targaryen will come to Westeros. After spending almost six seasons on the other side of the Narrow Sea, Daenerys will come to Westeros and eventually will be facing Jon Snow and Cersei.
With all of her children deceased, Cersei Lannister is on the iron throne as the Queen of seven kingdoms.
Jon Snow is the king of the North. Season six was a major turn around moment for Jon as he rose from dead, left the Night's Watch land and retook Winterfell to keep his family and take revenge from his siblings.
Arya Stark is crossing the names off her list. After killing nemesis, The Waif, Arya Stark left Braavos to make her way to home. In the final scenes of GoT season six, Arya Stark kills Walder Frey, the man responsible for the murder of her mother, brother and pregnant sister-in-law.
Tyrion Lannister has got the promotion. Ever since they met in season five, Tyrion has been actively advising Khaleesi for supporting the Iron Throne. In return, Daenerys named him the Hand of the Queen in season six.
Starks unite. Jon Snow comes back to Winterfell, Sansa Stark leaves her abusive husband, while Arya continued to kill people off her list and ran learns the game-changing truths about his older brother.
Now, with Jon having completed his duties at the Night's Watch, he declares that his watch has ended which makes way for him to lead House Stark. When he unites with Sansa, both of them make a plan to rescue their young brother, Rickon from Sansa's abusive husband.
It could be possible that Sansa is plotting against her brother. While Jon and Sansa decide to rescue their brother, it seemed that Sansa is keeping the secrets.
As the end of Season Six was coming closer, it was seen that Bran and Arya were headed towards their home, and were unaware that their siblings had taken charge back of Winterfell.
Unfortunately, the Stark family will be smaller in Season Seven, as the only siblings still alive are Jon Snow, Sansa, Bran and Arya.
Jorah Mormont is alive, even after getting infected with greyscale, Mormont was still alive when season six ended.
When Daenerys learned that Jorah often had the fatal disease, she tearfully sends him away to find the cure after granting him her forgiveness in Season Six.
And Khaleesi may not be the righful heir to the Iron Throne. It took Bran an entire season, but in the end, he finally learned the biological facts about Jon Snow's origin. It turns out that Jon is the son of Ned Stark's sister Lyanna and her husband, Rhaegar Targaryen.
Rhaegar was next to take the Iron Throne after his father; the Mad King was killed by Cersei's brother, Jaime Lannister. Robert Baratheon had then killed Rhaegar to become the King of the Seven Kingdoms.
Now if Jon is Rhaegar's real son, then it automatically makes him the next man to take the Iron Throne, which ultimately puts Daenerys claim for the throne in danger, as she turns out his probable sister.
Stay tuned to Game of Thrones and watch Season Seven find out if Daenerys and Jon Snow will learn this secret.
That's all, folks!