"Game of Thrones" season 6 cast Isaac Hempstead Wright shared his thoughts on his character's future in the series. Wright portrays Bran Stark.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kristian Nairn's character, Hodor, could return in "Game of Thrones" season 6 episode 6, entitled "Blood of My Blood." The next installment's preview has featured the undead army still pursuing Bran Stark and Meera Reed (Ellie Kendrick).
Moreover, Hodor may have become one of the frozen monsters. The publication speculated that the gentle giant may not be so gentle anymore as he joins the pursuit of Bran and Meera.
"Game of Thrones" season 6 cast Isaac Hempstead Wright also told THR that the odds are not in their favor. The nightmare may have just started for Bran Stark and may end in the character's death, as the actor hinted.
"Looking at it right now, it doesn't look like they can survive much more than one or two episodes," Wright said. "It's the two of them, she's quite a petite lady having to lug around Bran in this huge and unwieldy kind of basket, and they have a ten thousand-strong army with three ice people chasing after them."
"So where are we going to pick up with Bran and Meera? They're going to be absolutely petrified, fueled entirely by adrenaline, trying to get the hell out of there before they die."
Fans believe, though, that a particular Stark will return to lend a helping hand to the characters. Others expect that Bran may be able to salvage the situation with his enhanced powers.
According to Bustle, "Game of Thrones" season 6 cast Isaac Hempstead Wright's character may be the most important in the series. Apparently, the show has big plans for Bran Stark in the upcoming episodes.
Although it was noted that he may never be able to sit upon the Iron Throne, he is believed to be the one who has the power to mold circumstances in the fictional world of "Game of Thrones." His warging and time-traveling abilities could be the reason why the Night's King wants to kill him as soon as possible.