Arya Stark to DIE? Maisie Williams drops biggest spoiler yet

GAME OF THRONES are desperate for any morsel of information about season eight and it seems Maisie Williams may have just dropped the biggest spoiler yet.

The actress, who stars as Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, may have just revealed that her character does not survive the final run.Speaking on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, the star opened up about filming her last scenes admitting she still has so much work left to do.After Maisie noted that she’s been asked to return to set early after promoting her new film, Early Man, Jimmy asked: “How much filming have you got left?”“I have a lot,” she replied. “Endless amounts. It’s a mammoth take this year.”

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Game of Thrones: Maisie Williams stars as Arya Stark

 

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Game of Thrones: Did Maisie confirm Arya will die?

It’s just surreal, having been on the show for so long and it having the following that it does

Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams

The host then mused: “We know based on that, that you’re in a lot of episodes then?”“No, not necessarily,” the 20-year-old laughed. “Some of the episodes take a really long time to shoot.”Jimmy went on to probe the youngster about the ending of the hit HBO series.

“Have you read all of the scripts? Do you know everything that is going on?” he asked.

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Game of Thrones: Maisie said she still has a lot of filming left to do

Maisie teased: “I do know the end of Game of Thrones.”She also reveal that she was in bed when she read the last script.“I was just in my bed reading,” she detailed. “It’s just surreal, having been on the show for so long and it having the following that it does.

“It’s just everyone is waiting for this moment and it’s incredible.”

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Game of Thrones: Maisie said she has shared the scripts with her mum

Jimmy laughed: “So you had to lay down the ending was so shocking.”

 

Pretending to lie down, Maisie quipped: “I stayed there for a long time.”The star also told Jimmy that she had given the scripts for season eight to her mother after teasing her about the ending.

“I sent my mum the scripts,” she shared, before noting that she probably shouldn’t have passed them on. “They said, ‘Don’t give them to anyone.’”

Game of Thrones will return to Sky Atlantic and HBO in 2019.

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