Warning: spoilers for “Round of Honored positions” below.
It shows up Sophie Turner really uncovered how “Round of Honored positions” would close a year ago ― and she stowed away what might occur in plain sight.
Tattoo craftsman Lauren Winzer in June 2018 shared a picture of a direwolf, speaking to House Obvious, that she’d inked onto the arm of the English on-screen character who plays Sansa Distinct in HBO’s epic dream drama.
Beneath was inscribed, “The pack survives.”
The inking sent fans into overdrive and provoked a lot of theory about how the fiercely effective show would end.
Turner denied the fan hypotheses at the time in a meeting with James Corden on “The Late Show,” guaranteeing it was “only a statement from last season” and “a moral I like to live by.”
But after the Unmistakable kin Sansa, Arya, Grain and Jon Snow all endure Sunday’s last ever scene, tweeters went into emergency by and by as it gave the idea that Turner had for sure uncovered what might go down.
Turner, who got married with vocalist musician Joe Jonas recently, on Monday shared a genuine tribute to her character and the show’s cast and team on Instagram:
She additionally called that viral appeal to rewrite the last season “insolent to the team, and the journalists, and the movie producers who have worked vigorously more than 10 years, and for 11 months shooting the last season” in a meeting with The New York Times.