The "Game of Thrones" stars were out in full force over the weekend celebrating their SAG Award nomination, and sharing teases about Season 6.
Liam Cunningham, who plays the Onion Knight/Ser Davos Seaworth on the show, shared his enthusiasm for the upcoming season with Access Hollywood when we caught up with him at the Entertainment Weekly pre-SAG Awards bash at Los Angeles' famed Chateau Marmont on Friday.
"Every script, every episode I opened I've been going, 'You've gotta be kidding! What?' And this year is absolutely no different. And we've overtaken the books so there's a load more people who don't know what the hell is going on and they're gonna watch this and go, 'What?'" he told Access. "So the intrigue for people who've already read the books is going to be magnificent. They're gonna feel the same as the rest of us who haven't and it's glorious, and it's really tough. This is going to be a tough season to watch, but listen, they all are to be honest, but this is -- to hell and back on this season, I think."
Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, revealed that more storyline connections are on the way.
"Every scene that I shot, I couldn't believe that I was shooting the scene with these amazing people, and I could believe that the storylines had intertwined so much that this is how it ends up, that so many characters paths kind of intertwine this season. It's crazy," she told Access at the same event.
Maisie Williams said she can't wait to see her fellow actors' work when "Game of Thrones" returns.
"I can't wait to watch," the actress, who plays Arya Stark, told Access at Friday's event. "I, like a lot of the public, am really, really excited to see how things are gonna turn out and see people's reactions as well."
Season 6 of "Game of Thrones" premieres April 24 at 9 PM ET/PT on HBO.
-- Jolie Lash