Game Of Thrones Season 5 Spoilers: Sansa Stark To Take Dark Turn?

By Donyae Coles , Updated Dec 15, 2014 09:52 AM EST
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So we all know what Arya, aka little kick ass Stark, is up to next season in Game of Thrones but what about her sister, the oft put upon Sansa? The last we saw her, she was trapped in the Eyrie with Little Finger, who has some creepy intentions. But what's going to happen next season?

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Sansa, who once spent a season basically walking around a garden, will have a much meatier role in the coming season five. She's still in the Eyrie and it doesn't look she'll be leaving anytime soon but she's actually going to run into some trouble.

Her character took a darker turn at the end of season four. Most notably when she covered for Little Fingers in regard to her, spoiler, completely insane aunt's murder. She had a chance to tell the truth and perhaps be saved from Little Finger's grasp but instead collaborated his story and stayed put. You think she would have learned from her lies in season one that got her direwolf killed. But no, she doubled down.

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According a recent interview with HeyU Guys, Sophie Turner (the actress that plays Sansa) has revealed that she has filmed a "super, super traumatic scene" for the upcoming season. She didn't get into details about what it was, and there are no hints from the books because her character has caught up to the books.

Still, there are rumors that she may be helping her violently annoying cousin meet the true death sometime in the season which could mean that she does get to leave the Eyrie at some point as he was sent off.

Game of Thrones returns in the spring of 2015. Watch the interview below.

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