The 21-year-old actress has portrayed Sansa Stark in the hit HBO show since season one and is now filming for the eighth and final season, and the popularity of the show attracted a number of great actors including Peter Dinklage and Lena Headey. HBO has yet to confirm a date for their tentpole series' return, so Turner's statement will surely please fans who have been desperate for information about their favorite show. After all, the team still has to add in the CGI segments of the series especially when we're all expecting a lot of dragon fights and white walker clashes next season.
Production began slightly later than in previous years, plus each of the final episodes could be feature-film length (remember that epic one-hour-and-20-minute finale last season?).
Does that mean that HBO could launch season 8 in late 2018?
She told Variety "Game of Thrones comes out in 2019." UGH. And without Littlefinger, it's a test for her of whether she can get through it. "This season is more a passionate fight for her than a political, manipulative kind of fight".
The lucky victor will also get return flights for two people, transfers, hotel dinner for one evening and a visit to the Game of Thrones tapestry plus a tour of numerous spectacular shooting locations which feature in Game of Thrones. "For the first time in Thrones history, we had everyone there". The thought of not working with them is nearly excruciating to me.
Turner, who recently got engaged to her boyfriend Joe Jonas, will next make a big-screen appearance as young Jean Grey in X-Men: The Dark Phoenix, which is scheduled for release in November 2018.
We all knew that we would have to wait a while for a while, but recent rumours have suggested the final season won't be releasing until 2022.