A girl has no idea what's about to happen on Game Of Thrones.
The HBO fantasy hit has plenty of intense storylines over the years, but Arya Stark's transformation from tomboy to lethal assassin has kept us on our toes since the start.
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Ever since pledging her allegiance to The Faceless Men, Arya (Maisie Williams) has been beaten down — verbally and physically — by The Waif (Faye Marsay), the young girl who perpetually torments Arya at the House of Black and White.
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And since the teachings of The Faceless Men make it clear the youngest Stark daughter's biggest enemy yet is herself, one redditor theorized that Arya and The Waif are actually
Game Of Thrones is nearing the end of its sixth season, which means we can probably expect something rather disturbing to happen in the few episodes left to come…
And in the preview for next week's episode, fans are promised some good ol' fashioned violence — courtesy of Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey)!
After sulking through most of this season because of her murdered daughter, brainwashed son, and bad haircut, Cersei is finally unleashing the wrath of The Mountain onto those pesky Sparrows — but will taking back King's Landing be that easy?
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Things are heating up all across Westeros, especially between former travel companions Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) and Brienne Of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) — who might have to battle each other when they both attempt to take over Riverrun from the Blackfish!
Ch-ch-check out the teaser (below) to see a glimpse of Arya (Maisie Williams) trying to evade the Waif, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage) looking worried about something, and plenty more action!
Game Of Thrones was once a show where the most beloved characters died — but this season is proving that even the most dead characters can still end up surviving in the right circumstances.
Though the latest episode of the HBO fantasy hit was mostly a mid-season filler, it still kicked off with a big reveal — the return of a character believed to be long gone.
And unlike the painstakingly slow revival of Jon Snow in the beginning of the season, this supposedly dead character was already alive and chopping wood when we met him.
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Before the main titles, we found out
Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan could very well be the only two members of One Direction who are still chummy with each other.
But the former bandmates will be putting their friendship on hold for UNICEF's Soccer Aid charity match — where they will play on opposite teams!
On Thursday, the pop stars put on their best game faces as they trained for the upcoming game that aims to raise money and vital support for Unicef's work for children in danger.
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The annual charity game features two squads made up of 12 celebrities, eight soccer legends, and a professional manager — and this year, both teams are stacked!
The players joining Tomlinson on the England Team include celebs like
Every TV show or movie has some sort of antagonist — but sometimes the baddies are SO PURELY EVIL, it makes your blood boil!
Whether you're a fan of Harry Potter or the Hunger Games, you know both President Snow AND Delores Umbridge are pretty disgusting characters… but do they hold a candle to Joffrey in Game Of Thrones?!
Ch-ch-check out all the MOST HATED villains in TV and film and vote on who you think is the worst (below)!
Books vs comic books! Zombies vs wights! Beard vs… well, beard, we guess.
The Walking Dead and Game Of Thrones may be the two most successful book-to-TV adaptations of all time, but according to one creator, HBO's success is now at the expense of readers.
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When asked about the TWD surpassing the books he'd already written, author and exec producer Robert Kirkman said he believes strongly that ruins the experience of reading the books.
He told Rolling Stone: