‘Game of Thrones’ Season 6 Spoilers: Queen Margaery Captured by the Martells & Imprisoned in Dorne?


It was only very recently that “Game of Thrones” season 6 actress Natalie Dormer revealed details about the fate of Queen Margaery and her new sparring partner in the upcoming season.

This time, the actress is even more willing to tease the audience about where her character will be when season 6 returns. Plus, she also has some insights into the delay of George R.R. Martin’s “Winds of Winter” and how this will impact the newest season of the HBO series.

Screen Rant reports that Dormer was open to to share insights into her character’s situation during her appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”. One of the notable details the actress shared is that her parts for the next season were mostly filmed in dungeons in Spain.

The website interprets that an exotic location such as Spain implies a Dorne-related setting, so there is a huge possibility that Margaery Tyrell will be imprisoned in Dorne.

Given that the Martells of Dorne and the Lannisters have a long-standing feud, Screen Rant offers that Margaery may side with the Martells and become allies with them. Nevertheless, the website does not dismiss the fact that Margaery may die in her Spanish dungeon.

While the actress was open to talk about Margaery, she cannot spill any beans on whether Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) would indeed come back to life in season 6.

Elle reports that Dormer chose not to read other character’s storyline anymore to remain spoiler-free. She was quoted by the magazine in saying:

“So when the series airs I’m on the couch watching it like you.”

Meanwhile, in terms of the delay of “Winds of Winter”, the actress shares that there is not much to worry about.

Polygon reports that showrunners David Benioff and D.B Weiss already had a sit down with Martin to prepare for what just happened: the show outpacing the author’s writing. Dormer says that although the show and the books will differ on the events that may happen, the final point or endgame will be the same for both.

“Game of Thrones” season 6 returns April, on HBO.

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