Game of Thrones is currently filming in several locations around the world, and the press have been eagerly watching from a distance, hoping to spot spoilers.
The latest find comes from Los Siete Reinos (via Watchers on the Wall) who claim to have seen Clive Russell, who plays Brynden "The Blackfish" Tully - Catelyn Stark’s uncle - on set in Northern Ireland. Last time we saw Blackfish was at The Red Wedding.
His return - along with reports that Riverrun has been constructed - indicate that the season six will feature the Siege of Riverrun, a storyline that played out during the fourth A Song of Ice and Fire novel, A Feast for Crows.
One of the key players in that storyline is Jaime Lannister, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
Funnily enough, Nikolaj was also spotted on set along with Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn. Bronn does not feature in the books at the siege, but the show-makers seem determined to keep the pair together.
For those non-book readers not aware of the Siege of Riverrun storyline, without spoiling too much, it basically see’s the last remaining resistance to the Lannister’s cooped up in a castle fending for their lives. So expect a huge set piece.
Game of Thrones season 6's release date is expected to fall in April 2016
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