The Winds of Winter, the latest book in the “A Song of Ice & Fire” series, has yet to get a release date.
But Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark in “Game of Thrones,” talked about what’s next for her character.
When she was asked that there’s speculation that Sansa will go on a killing spree, Turner said, “Oh my god! That’s so exciting! I had not heard that! That’s really exciting!” according to Vulture.
She added: “I would love for her to go on a massive killing spree! But not like with a sword. Poison, or something. Like a huge, huge killing spree. A mass murder. I think that would be kind of fun to play. I think I’m starting to have a dark side as well! After all this …”
Her interview comes as “Game of Thrones” didn’t get any awards during the Emmy Awards on Monday.
George R.R. Martin, the creator of the series, talked about the lack of nominations.
“What can you say? BREAKING BAD was a juggernaut. A great show with a great final season,” he wrote on his Live Journal. “(But Peter Dinklage was robbed).”
“Personally I am now 0 and 6 in the Emmy derby … This was the 66th annual Emmy Awards. 66 years, and no science fiction or fantasy series has ever been honored. Many have been nominated, yes. None have ever won.”
He added: “Just sayin’.”
Most of the major awards went to AMC’s “Breaking Bad.”
“My god, Breaking Bad — it has changed my life and I am standing up here because of one man and that is Vince Gilligan [show creator],” Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul said. “Thank you. I miss him. I love him. The best cast and crew I’ve ever worked with and for. There’s not a single day that goes by that I don’t miss running to work.”