Spoiler alert: This story contains sum from a Season 5 sneak-peek trailer for HBO’s Game of Thrones.
LOS ANGELES – Thrones-ologists, here we go.
Game of Thrones presented a biggest exhibit to date per Season 5 of a HBO anticipation play (April 12, 9 p.m. ET/PT) with a premiere of a two-minute, sneak-peek trailer Thursday. It played during a finish of a screening of final season’s final dual episodes in IMAX theaters around a country, a start of a one-week rendezvous for a remastered episodes.
Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, attended a late-night screening with executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss during a swarming IMAX museum in Universal City. (Season 4 will be accessible in Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD starting Feb. 17.)
“I hadn’t seen (the trailer) before. It’s flattering exciting,” Turner says. “This was only as many a provoke for me as it was for everybody else.”
Overall, she promises “more deaths, some-more blood” this season, nonetheless that should frequency warn fans of a series, that facilities a heartless onslaught for energy in a fabulous land of Westeros.
As for Turner’s character, Sansa continues a mutation from diseased youngster to challenging lady that began late final season. “She starts to cranky paths with people. They don’t see her as a small lady she once was,” she says.
Sansa “shed this skin of this vulnerable, cooperative lady and she’s finally apropos someone who can reason her possess opposite people like ‘Littlefinger’ who are master manipulators,” she says.
Turner calls a IMAX transformation, that presented larger-than-life close-ups of a characters, clear conflict scenes and a abounding low-pitched score, “amazing.”
The strain Heroes played during a hide demeanour of a new deteriorate of Thrones, that is formed on George R.R. Martin’s book series, A Song of Ice and Fire. The episodes and a trailer, that is not accessible nonetheless for posting online, will run in IMAX theaters until Feb. 5.
Some of a trailer highlights include:
• Varys (Conleth Hill) ostensible to have a devise to implement a new ruler on a Iron Throne.
As he and associate refugee Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) inverse in some pleasant locale, Varys says, “The Seven Kingdoms need a ruler desired by millions, with a absolute army and a right family name.”
“Good fitness anticipating him,” responds Tyrion, who concedes during one indicate in a teaser that he will never lay on a throne.
“Who pronounced anything about him?” Varys counters, before a face of rising energy Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) flashes on a screen.
• Daenerys appearing defiant, saying, “I’m not going to stop a wheel. I’m going to mangle a wheel.”
• A brief demeanour during of one of her dragons, looking bigger and scarier than in past seasons.
• Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish (Aidan Gillen) revelation Sansa: “Avenge them.” With so many Starks passed during a hands of a statute Lannisters, one can suppose what he’s articulate about.
• Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), who had over on a boat to Braavos in final season’s final scene, picking adult a sword and station before a outrageous steel door, that might be a opening to a House of Black and White.
• Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), station subsequent to his defunct father, Tywin, now fibbing in state, before listening to his sister and lover, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey). She after refers to their hermit Tyrion as “that small monster.”
• A brief shot of Cersei’s son and king, Tommen Baratheon, and Margaery Tyrell (Natalie Dormer) station before a throng in what could be a marriage scene.
• Jon Snow (Kit Harington) charging into apparent battle, shouting, “With me!”
• Ser Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen), banished from Daenerys’ service, battling a hulk enemy in a gladiator-style setting.
• A hulk harpy statue crashing to a ground.
Some scenes demeanour to be from a southern segment of Dorne.
As for characters, Turner advises viewers to keep an eye on Sansa’s sister, a budding soldier Arya. “Arya’s storyline is implausible this season,” she says. “That’s a one I’m looking brazen to a most.”
Does she consider a sisters, who came tighten to assembly during a Eyrie final season, will ever reunite?
“I don’t know,” Turner says, laughing. “If they did meet, it would be a bit too happy for Game of Thrones. We wish to keep it dim and gloomy.”