SDCC 2017: When does the 'Game of Thrones' panel begin?

Don't miss the 2017 Game of Thrones San Diego Comic-Con panel Friday, July 21 beginning at 1:30 p.m. local time in Hall H of the Convention Center and be sure to catch new episodes of the HBO hit every Saturday at 9/8c on HBO!

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That obviously ended the panel on a note of intrigue, which was otherwise sorely lacking from the hour-long conversation hosted by former cast member Kristian Nairn (Hodor).

In the trailer, she says to Dany, "I believe you have a role to play ... as does another". Answering the same question, Bradley joked that the character he most regretted being killed was Jon Snow, because it led to an entire year of the cast being asked whether Jon was actually dead.

Gwendoline Christie was another highlight performer on the panel, often forced to speak on the matter of Tormund Giantsbane's (Kristofer Hivju) increasing infatuation with Brienne.

Christie, who also has a pivotal role in another property that inspires feverish fandom, Star Wars, said that she always loved Star Wars because it "gives a sense of home". She added, "She doesn't really see the world through rose-colored glasses anymore". Now living back in the North with her cousin (who she thinks is her half brother) Jon Snow, Sansa is focused on staying alive and helping him lead.

Seven bloody warnings to you, this post contains potential huge spoilers for the rest of season seven from Game of Thrones, so if you prefer not to know them then pray to the Stranger instead of crossing the Wall of this warning. Turner thinks her character is done with any real romantic love because of all she's been through and is probably incapable of trusting anyone. Turner said the two characters' relationship is evolving. She said that there's still a pervasive sexism in the way Westeros politics unfold, and that both Jon and Sansa need to start recognizing the strengths that exist within one another. She sees the reality of the situation and sees men in a different light.

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