Sansa Stark Could Be A Merciless Killer In 'Game Of Thrones' Remaining Seasons
“Game of Thrones” paved way to some of its beloved characters to grow up and become one of the players in the politics of the Seven Kingdoms. Actress Sophie Turner says her character Sansa Stark may become a ruthless person. Meanwhile, the cast of the said series picked the Stark kid that the late Ned Stark would be proud of.
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 May See An Evil Sansa Stark
Sophie Turner, who portrays the role of Sansa Stark in the HBO television series “Game of Thrones”, revealed that there is a possibility that her character will become an evil lady. Turner explained that Sansa has changed and grown up from being a naïve and vulnerable young girl into a powerful and vengeful leader. Her hunger for revenge against the people who have wronged her family could be a driving factor to lead her into become an evil person.
The actress also compared her character to the ambitious queen, Cersei Lannister. Sansa and Cersei both loved their family and Turner admitted that she could see Sansa turning into another Cersei in the future. This is because at the end of the day, both women who are driven to keep their families safe, will stop at nothing to protect their loved ones.
Cast Picks The Stark Kid That Ned Stark Would Be Proud of
As early as “Game of Thrones” Season 1, George R.R. Martin has already killed off some characters that fans have rooted for. Ned Stark, the head of Winterfell and the Stark household unfortunately met his demise early at the hands of the foolish King Joffrey Baratheon. Like every Stark portrayed in the series, Ned showed how much he loved his family and if he was still alive, he would definitely be proud of his children.
“Game of Thrones” stars Kit Harington, Maisie Williams, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, and Turner, who portray the roles of Jon Snow, Arya, Bran, and Sansa agreed that Ned was the kind of father who wouldn’t favor any of his kids. However, they still chose Arya Stark if Ned had someone to be proud of the most. Hempstead-Wright pointed out that the Starks all went through horrific things and even when divided, they are their own unit so Ned would be proud of them all.
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