Game of Thrones: Did Bran know that Arya will kill Night King? (Instagram)
Game of Thrones fans is yet to recover from the shock of the last episode, the one which fans loved for its unexpected turn of events and hated for its gloomy scenes that were hard to decipher.
As the rest of the world prepares to witness some mind-numbing war strategies, plotting and unmasking, end moment revelation of characters in the final game of earning the Iron throne, creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss spilt some beans on the HBO's popular fantasy drama's future episodes.
The duo recently made an appearance on the American talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live and answered three most pertinent questions that gives birth to fan theories and unending debates about the state of the final season.
Without digressing, here are the three questions asked and their answers .
Meanwhile, Vladimir Furdik, the man behind the mysterious and terrifying character of Night King, who was killed by Arya, has spoken out for the first time about his death.
"It was a very emotional day and night," Furdik told The Hollywood Reporter. "It was so strong. I spent all my energy playing it, and (Williams) as well. It was not an easy day. It was cold. There was rain. She was on a wire, in a harness, jumping many times. It wasn't just the one time; it was maybe 15 times. When I have to hold her under the jaw and it looks like she dies, we had to spend a lot of energy on that particular scene. It was very, very difficult. We are very good friends. We know each other. It wasn't easy for me to (pretend to) hurt her. When I grabbed her under the jaw, it wasn't easy (on a practical level). If you make a bad move -- if you don't grab her well -- she could have an injury. So I was under pressure and she was under pressure. It was not an easy day."
Jason Momoa aka Khal Drogo also made a brief playful appearance on Kimmel as he announced that he doesn’t care that his character was killed off in GoT anymore as he is Aquaman now.