Ed Sheeran Probably Did Not Die in This Week's Game of Thrones

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Though the movie has tons of old school battles to draw inspiration from, the showrunners took inspiration from Apocalypse Now when they had Daenerys driving in with her dragon. HBO has now released preview photos for the next Game Of Thrones, but since the big dragon battle was conveniently left off of the last batch of pics, there's probably something very cool happening just out of frame in these photos as well. They have also been recording the reactions to the show and posting them online.

In "The Queen's Justice", Daenerys requested that Jon "bend the knee" to form an alliance with him and regain control of the Seven Kingdoms. Here we have a still of him rummaging through the battlefield and he doesn't seem happy at all. Gendry's finally coming back! Based on his warm clothing he looks like he might be ready to head back home. Or maybe Jon just always looks like that and Dany is anxious that something is wrong with him. While the encounter is tense as a effect of Theon's betrayal of Robb, Jon lets it go in gratitude for Theon's rescuing Sansa. But she definitely seems concerned by what he has to say. Later, we see Varys telling Tyrion "to find a way to make her listen".

At least we get one smile in this batch, and it comes while Varys has a drink with his old friend in front of the Dragonstone throne. The pair have said before they don't want Westeros to burn, so could they be discussing the recent fire-filled battle? I'd need a drink after that too.

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Ed Sheeran Probably Did Not Die in This Week's Game of Thrones

Matt Shakman's closing comments definitely suggest Jaime Lannister's realization that Drogon and Daenerys's antics in The Spoils Of War have ushered in a new era of combat will be explored in the show's next episode Eastwatch.

We remember from episode three that Cersi's hand Qyburn shows Cersi ballistas that were used in repel dragons previously from King's Landing.

"We wanted to make sure that the size of Drogon was reflected in the impact on the ground".

We know, we know, Belfast isn't super warm and the white background *could* just be clouds but honestly, anything can happen.

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