Los Angeles: British actor Alfie Allen, who plays Theon Greyjoy in the popular fantasy drama series “Game of Thrones”, has revealed the fate of his character and Sansa Stark, which is portrayed by actress Sophie Turner, in the upcoming sixth season.
Allen sets the opening scene for Theon.
“At the beginning of (season) six, you find him running through snowy, freezing forests leading the way with Sansa. They’ve just jumped off the wall of Winterfell and now they’re on the run from Ramsay,” Allen said in a statement.
Describing the day of the shoot, Allen said it was an “incredible” experience.
“We got there on the first day at Bambridge Studios and they’d blanketed this whole area with fake snow,” he said.
Allen revealed about a scene where he and Turner had to shoot on a river.
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“Everywhere, all the trees, it’s all done with this amazing snow. And we’re running through and we come to a river and Sansa is just too scared basically to get into the river. So I get in. Don’t believe the press shots!
“It looks like she’s trying to get me out of the river, when I’m actually trying to be the strong one and get her in the river. Makes me look weak. Haha,” he said.
Asked if he is prepared to sacrifice himself for Turner’s character Sansa, Allen said: “He sacrifices himself, because I guess he hasn’t really got much worth or meaning for himself in the world anymore. And so he leads them away – or rather that’s what he’s trying to do.”
Talking about the role of actress Gwendoline Christie’s character Brienne of Tarth, he said: “In fact he doesn’t lead them away, because they see Sansa anyway and then Gwendoline Christie turns up as Brienne of Tarth and smashes everyone to shit.
“Dan Portman’s there — Pod — and then Pod ends up having a fight with this guy and then Theon stabs the guy in the back with the sword. He kills someone for the first time in ages, which must be a gratifying experience.”
“Game of Thrones” season 6 will air in India on Star World Premiere HD on April 26.
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