Lena Headey has just joined the extensive list of people taunting die-hard fans with offensively-scant details on what Game of Thrones has in-store for its penultimate end. The British actress, who plays Cersei Lannister in the HBO fantasy drama, has simply said the finale will be "very exciting and very large".
Speaking about the show, which returns for an eighth and final series next year, Heady told the Press Association that it would be "bigger and better than ever." "We're filming 'til the end of June and it's all very exciting and very large," she said.
At the time, Heady was attending a premiere for Walk Like A Panther, a film by her husband Dan Cadan about 1980s wrestlers who are "forced to don the lycra one last time when their beloved local pub is threatened with closure.
She has a small cameo in the wrestling-themed comedy and claims in the interview that she was a "pretty big wrestling fan" when she was younger.
Earlier in the year, Maisie Williams also said she knows the end to Game of Thrones but insisted she won't tell anyone apart from her mom (who is reportedly quite active on Twitter).