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Fans of Game of Thrones will make their final return to the Seven Kingdoms on April 14, and there's sure to be lots of blood, guts, dragons, and white walkers to please everyone.


But who will die?

That's probably the top question fans of the series––notorious for killing off major characters––have, and the series' very own Ser Davos dropped some tantalizing hints in an interview on The Late Late Show.

Anyone who had a childhood would recall Irish actor Liam Cunningham as the dashing Captain Crewe in 1995's A Little Princess and while he's had a storied career since (The Wind That Shakes the Barley is particularly noteworthy), he earned legions of new fans thanks to his portrayal of Ser Davos, the Onion Night and head of House Seaworth, on HBO's critically acclaimed Game of Thrones.

Cunningham stopped by The Late Late Show to dish on who might kick the bucket in the final season.

Liam Cunningham Game of Thrones Tease | The Late Late Show | RTÉ One youtu.be

"We're all going to die," Cunningham quipped to host Ryan Tubridy, suggesting that the entire cast could be wiped out in a mass extinction event.

"Congratulations for staying in the picture because there's death all around you," Tubridy said.

"So far, so far. That doesn't mean anything," Cunningham said.

"We're all going to die. Don't forget 'Valar Morghulis,' which is one of the phrases on the show which means 'all men must die'."

It's 2019, people.

Anything can happen––even something as wild as the war between humans and white walkers being so deadly as to render apocalyptic catastrophe on a global scale.

If you doubt that for even a second, here's the Night King knocking down the bloody wall again, just so you can relive the moment the entire world screamed in collective shock.

Finale Scene -The fall of the Wall - Game of Thrones Season 7 Ep 7 The Dragon and the Wolf www.youtube.com

Regardless of what happens, the teaser which dropped earlier this month ahead of the premiere of True Detective had many on the edge of their seat and people are counting the days.






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