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By Bill Bradley

“Game of Thrones” is known for shocking moments, but it appears those are nothing compared to what’s coming next. Speaking with HuffPost Entertainment about the new “Game of Thrones” box set, “Game of Thrones: The Complete Fourth Season,” actress Sophie Turner hinted how Season 5 takes things to a whole new level.

“There’s some massive moments, perhaps even more shocking than the Red Wedding type of thing. There’s like a lot going on this season,” Turner, known in the Realm as Sansa Stark, said. “There’s also, you know, a lot of blood, a lot of death. And a lot of people kind of come far. And there are a few familiar faces around as well.”

In addition to teasing Season 5, Turner also talked about great moments to check out on the “Game of Thrones” Season 4 DVDs, opened up as much as she could about her upcoming traumatic scene and even revealed the surprising name at the top of her “Game of Thrones” death list.


How was it finally watching Joffrey die?
To be honest, for me, it was very bittersweet. It’s like a terribly triumphant moment for everyone else who’s, you know, watching the show, and they wanted the character to die so much. It’s bittersweet for me because, yes, I’m happy for Sansa that he finally dies. But also I think, you know, Jack Gleeson was such a wonderful person to be able to play off and I’m really gonna miss him. But also, I think the viewers are going to miss him. I mean, they all loved to hate him.

If you had a death list like Arya, who would be on it?
Top of the death list … you know what, Daenerys is quite a threat, I feel. I love Daenerys, but for my character’s sake she’s a threat. She’s got dragons, so she has to go. Actually, no, the dragons have to go.

Aw, man. I love the dragons.
I know, who doesn’t? But they’re kind of scary if they’re not with you.


Was it awesome smacking Sweet Robin?
You know what, that was improvised. No, I’m kidding. Yeah, I just wanted to smack the kid. [Laughs] No … I mean that was awesome for me because I’ve been the one slapped around so much on this frickin’ show that I felt like I wanted to do it anyway. So I really wanted to give him a good one. There wasn’t really a huge amount of preparation. I mean just a lot of safety in terms of eyes and [how] to smack, like, a 12-year-old child in the face. But I can certainly find the anger for Sansa. He was such an annoying little kid.

For sure, that was a great snow castle he wrecked. Did you help put it together?
I wish I put that together. That was the most impressive snow castle I think I’ve ever seen in my life. I think they had an actual stone structure underneath, and they just covered it in salt, so it wasn’t actually a real snow castle.

Are you creeped out by what’s going on with Sansa and Little Finger?
I kind of love the storyline. I mean, for some viewers, it’s very creepy, but that’s kind of what it’s supposed to be. It’s supposed to be this very messed up, twisted relationship in which Sansa knows she can manipulate Little Finger to get what she wants, and he can do the same with her. And together they create this amazing kind of tag team. And, you know, to outsiders, it’s very messed up and strange, but to her it’s the only way she can get what she wants, and finally she has that power, so she’s gonna use it.

What was it like filming the kissing scene with Little Finger?
You know what, Aidan [Gillen] is not a bad-looking guy. I’m not going to object to that kind of thing, and I like him. I mean, it’s kind of weird because he has a daughter who’s, like, a year younger than me, so that was pretty strange. But I think it was probably more awkward for him than it was for me. I mean, I’m used to having relationships on the show with older men, so it wasn’t too much of a change […] It was a very strange day on set. It was handled very well. You know, he was very gentle with me about it.


With this new look, is this a new era for Sansa?
This thing about this whole change for her, changing the dark hair and changing the structure and the color of the dress, was a very conscious decision for her to kind of get away from her mother’s Tully roots and really, you know, form something of a House of her own. She wanted to completely change everything everyone has ever known about her. So it’s just like a massive transformation. There’s no Sansa left behind, and I think not just in the way that she appears but in the way that she’s thinking now. How she’s become this, like, massive manipulator in a way.

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By Max Nicholson

Today, IGN was able to speak with Sophie Turner, aka Sansa Stark, in anticipation of Game of Thrones: Season 5, premiering this April on HBO. (More on that soon!) Of course, being the comic book nerds we are, we also had to ask Turner a few questions about X-Men: Apocalypse, in which she’ll be playing the young Jean Grey. While production on the film is still a couple months out, Turner was able to give us a few details on her mutant role, including Jean’s similarities to Sansa and what she’ll be taking from Famke Janssen’s Jean.


The Dark Phoenix Sansa


If you’re not already familiar with Jean Grey in the comics, she’s one of the founding members of the X-Men, known for her powerful telekinetic and telepathic abilities. Jean is also renowned for her central role in X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga, which chronicles her corruption and eventual redemption as Phoenix.


Going off that, there’s a bit of a parallel between Jean and Sansa Stark, the latter of whom developed her own dark streak in Season 4 of Game of Thrones (which birthed a million “Dark Sansa” gifs and memes). According to Turner, those similarities may have very well led to her casting in X-Men. “I think maybe one of the reasons that they chose me for [Jean] is because they saw the dark side of Sansa,” she said.


“Maybe they’re thinking, ‘Oh, Phoenix, Jean Grey.’ I definitely see a lot of parallels in there.”

Darth Sansa, First of Her Name


Turner continued, “[Jean] struggles with her power… and not being accepted in the human world. I think in terms of [Game of Thrones], that’s kind of the way Sansa felt in that she really wanted to be a normal princess/queen and live a normal life — and she doesn’t, because of all this havoc happens. I think Jean, in a way, feels that.”


On Janssen’s Jean Influence

We still know very little about director Bryan Singer’s plans for X-Men: Apocalypse, but we do know that Turner will be playing a younger version of Famke Janssen’s Jean from X-Men and X2. In terms of her portrayal, Turner said that she wants to “bring something different to the character,” while still paying respect to Janssen’s earlier performance.


“I think Famke played Jean incredibly well, but also, I’m playing a younger version of her,” Turner explained. “I want to emulate Famke in a sense, because she has to seem like the Jean in the first two movies, but I’m also going to put my own twist on her. I think I’m also going to take inspiration from the comics. I don’t know, we’ll see.”


Technically, X-Men: Apocalypse is still in pre-production and won’t begin shooting until April. Such as it is, Turner didn’t have much info on the movie itself. When asked about it, she said that she still hasn’t read the script and doesn’t know what Jean’s costume or storyline will be. However, she is looking forward to the research. “It’s all very secretive at the moment, so I’ve just done my auditions and a few pieces,” she said, “but I’m really, really excited to play [Jean]. She’s an icon.”


X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters stateside on May 27, 2016.


Source: IGN

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