Fans were hyped up at the thought of Khal Drogo's comeback in "Game of Thrones" Season 7. This was after actor Jason Momoa shared a hint in his post that sparked the said rumor.
The Aquaman actor took to Instagram on Saturday and shared an interesting snap of him with three other guys.
"Drinking mothers milk With my brothers @captainriff dan and david," he wrote. "Love ya GOT greatest show on earth ALOHA DROGO."
A photo posted by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on Aug 20, 2016 at 2:21pm PDT
Momoa has been regularly posting several photos and messages in the past, expressing his unwavering support to "Game of Thrones". This latest post could easily be one of them.
However, the fact that Momoa's photo op which includes "Game of Thrones" creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss took place in Belfast, Ireland (the show's pre-production location) might send a cryptic message. Is there a chance that Khal Drogo could return to "Game of Thrones" Season 7?
According to POPSUGAR, it is a possibility. With Jon Snow's resurrection from Melisandre on the show's season six, bringing Khal Drogo back to life is encouraging. Fans also speculate that Momoa might be doing flashback scenes for Season 7 just like the vision scenes he did in season two.
Reports also revealed that the showrunners are in Belfast, Ireland for the pre-production and that filming might begin in October.
Although no other "GoT" cast members were spotted in the said location and there's no official filming yet, fans are still hopeful that a Khal Drogo comeback will take place soon.
In fact, fans were swooning about the possibility of seeing Daenerys Targaryen and Khal Drogo together again. It can be recalled that a heartbreaking end of Drogo took place in season one, when Daenerys burned him in the pyre of wood during the final ritual. In season two, a vision scene took place with the Queen of Meereen visiting the House of Undying, seeing both her husband Drogo and son Rhaego.
Fans are anticipating whether Dany can get a glimpse of her family again before, during, or after the impending war in "GoT" Season 7.
The "Game of Thrones" Season 7 will premiere on HBO next year.