A new actor in the “Game of Thrones” saga accidentally leaked a script of the upcoming season on his social media account.
Actor Elie Haddad posted on Instagram a picture of a page of GoT script and apparently revealed the fate of one of the major characters in the HBO hit series.
The 30-year-old French actor snapped a photo of a cup of coffee and his iPad on the table in front of him. The iPad showed a page of GoT script.
The actor has since deleted the photo, but not after fans reposted it on social media. One Twitter user posted this:
— andee olivares (@o3flasho3) November 5, 2015
Although the print is small, some “Game of Thrones” avid followers made a serious zooming and said the page showed some lines about Daenerys, played by Emilia Clarke.
The page appeared to refer specifically to the Dothraki men rudely talking about Daenerys, a.k.a. Khaleesi.
According to Watchers on the Wall, the conversation includes lines such as: “I like her,” “She’s paler than milk,” “I bet she gets nice and pink when you pinch her,” and “I’d like to know what a Khaleesi tastes like.”
It can be recalled that Daenerys encountered the Dothraki at the end of season five.
Since the photo came out, there has been assumption that Khaleesi is taken captive by the Dothraki, Mashable wrote.
Haddad has been reported to join the cast in season six but his role remains under wraps.
Program director Miguel Sapochnik earlier posted on his Twitter account a photo of a clapper board from the set of Season 6.
The board was labeled “White Walker unit” and fans quickly speculated that the “White Walkers” would be making an appearance in key plotlines in the upcoming season, the Daily Mail reported.
The “White Walkers” in GoT is the mythological race of mummy-like icemen who have glowing blue eyes and dwell outside Westeros.
Sapochnik clarified that the “Whitewalker unit” written on the clap board refers to the crews on the show.
Sorry folks. Whitewalker refers to the different crews on the show. Dragon unit, Wolf unit and new addition White Walker unit.
— Miguel Sapochnik (@MigSapochnik) November 8, 2015
“Game of Thrones” season six is set to premiere in April 2016.