She added that there are still six to seven months left in shooting for the final season.
If you're wondering which scene from last season she preferred the most, Turner revealed: "It was probably the moment that you realised that Sansa was going to kill Littlefinger [Aidan Gillen] and does kill him, and when you realise that Sansa and Arya Maisie [Maisie Williams] had been scheming behind Litlefinger's back, which is a pretty impressive thing to do for two young girls against a master manipulator". In October, we learned that Game of Thrones will continue filming until Summer 2018, and considering how must effort goes into post-production on each episode (those dragons don't just make themselves!), it makes sense that it would take a full year for HBO to finish work on the six-episode season. And without Littlefinger (Petyr Baelish, played by actor Aidan Gillen), it's a test for her of whether she can get through it.
'I'm really excited, ' Sophie said. Then I have some independent movies to be released.
The actress also previewed an "emotional" final season.
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"When we all had the read-through for the final season, it was very, very emotional", she said.
Fans will be required to bring their "Game of Thrones" season seven DVD or Blu-ray set proof of purchase with them to gain access to the screening. But series star Sophie Turner accidentally dropped a major clue about the air date of the eighth season of the HBO drama.
"All of the Americans wanted to come over".
HBO is bringing "Game of Thrones" to the big screen by screening the most action-packed episode from the seventh season, plus never-before-seen bonus content, in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Even outside the show, which is filled with the suffering and brutal deaths of your favorite characters, Game of Thrones showrunners like to torture fans by slowly reducing the number of episodes each year, then gradually extending the wait between seasons. "We're all kind of feeling the end of it coming", she said.