Game of Thrones: Maisie Williams on who Arya should kill in season 7
Arya Stark crossed a major name off her list Sunday night (finale spoiler below).
In the Game of Thrones season 6 finale "The Winds of Winter," Arya surprised Red Wedding villain Walder Frey by disguising herself as a servant girl and then slitting his throat — the same way Frey ordered her mother killed. In this video above shot on the Thrones set, we asked star Maisie Williams to prioritize the surviving names on Arya's infamous kill list going into season 7.
Below are the original names in the HBO series, and their current status:
— Cersei Lannister, for having her father arrested (Alive)
— Joffrey Baratheon, for executing her father (Dead, poisoned by Littlefinger and Lady Olenna)
— Ser Meryn Trant, for killing her instructor Syrio Forel (Dead, killed by Arya in brothel)
— Tywin Lannister, for orchestrating the deaths of her mother and brother Robb (Dead, killed by Tyrion)
— Walder Frey, for killing her mother and brother Robb (Dead, killed by Arya, post-banquet)
— Polliver, for capturing her, killing young Lommy, and taking Needle (Dead, killed by Arya in tavern fight)
— The Hound, for killing her friend Mycah, the butcher's boy (Alive)
— The Mountain, for torturing people at Harrenhal (Reanimated)
— Melisandre, for taking Gendry (Alive)
— Ser Ilyn Payne (Alive, for beheading her father)
— Beric Dondarrion and Thoros of Myr, for selling Gendry to Melisandre (Alive, briefly added to the list, now seemingly dropped)
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Game of Thrones
HBO's epic fantasy drama based on George R.R. Martin's novel series 'A Song of Ice and Fire.'