Isaac Hempstead Wright as Bran in 'Game of Thrones' (Helen Sloan/HBO)
Brandon Stark is returning to "Game of Thrones."
After a season away, the character (the second to youngest Stark), who was last seen meeting the three-eyed raven after surviving a Wight attack, will be back in Season 6.
“I can’t say a lot but I am back this season," Isaac Hempstead Wright, who plays the character, told the Irish Examiner.
"And it’s going to get particularly interesting with Bran. He has some interesting visions," the 16-year-old added.
As for the future of Jon Snow, who many fans continue to speculate will be resurrected by Melisandre despite his Julius Caesar-esque ending at the wall, Isaac knows nothing.
"I don't know," Isaac said of if Kit will return. "He said he's not.
"I wish he would because I love Kit and because the character's so cool," he added.
During Isaac's season off, he had a voice role in "Family Guy," and did the voice of Eggs in "The Boxtrolls."
Last time Access Hollywood spoke with Isaac, ahead of the Season 4 premiere of his HBO drama, we asked him if he'd like to see Bran end up on the Iron Throne – and his answer with a different sort of hope for his character.
"I hope, kind of, that Bran becomes a bad guy because I think it would be quite fun for him to sort of become one of the sort of White Walker leaders and charge down and basically reclaim everything as sort of the magical mystics," Isaac said at the time.
"Game of Thrones" resumes production later this month and returns to HBO next year.
-- Jolie Lash