The cast members of the hit fantasy drama TV series "Game of Thrones" recently appeared in public to promote the launching of the show's upcoming brand new fifth season at the Tower of London.
Fans present during the gala were able to take a glimpse of GoT stars like Kit Harington (who plays Jon Snow), Gwendoline Christie (as Brienne of Tarth), Sophie Turner (as Sansa Stark) and Alfie Allen (as Theon Greyjoy) grazing the event.
The occasion also features a slew of interviews with the cast where they unload amounts of information about what followers of the TV series should expect when Season 5 kicks off this April.
The Greyjoy actor started off by saying that the forthcoming chapter will be filled with "shocking scenes without a doubt."
"I'd like to see how much farther they can push the sort of dark side of it as a show as a whole," the 28-year-old actor told The Daily Record.
Fans, meanwhile, should also never worry for his neutered and broken character when the show returns to the small screen as there will be a "little bit of light at the end of the tunnel" for him.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (as Jaime Lannister) also teased that this season will be the "most exciting" part of the show.
"This season we are getting into the end game of this story so some of the major storylines start to overlap," he said.
Echoing what George RR Martin said about the HBO adaptation veering away from the book canon, Michael McElhatton (who plays Roose Bolton) reveals that there will be major twists that will surely shock the fans.
"There's a lot of shocks particularly for the book readers. There are things that happen now that aren't in the books," McElhatton said. "The world has just got bigger and bigger and we are going to move into the world towards Dawn a lot more and introduce a lot of new characters there."
"Game of Thrones" Season 5 is scheduled to premiere on April 12, 2015 on HBO.