The Game of Thrones questions start on page 3, where Dormer proves to be quite coy about her character and her role in the story. However, she does say this:
Not to say that the thirrd season is a go, but that at least pins down their views as to when Dormer’s likely to be doing the bulk of her work if a third season is commissioned by HBO… and given the numbers it’s starting to feel like less of a question of “if” and more of a question of “when” and “how many”, if there’s the chance that HBO will commit to a two-season order this next go-around.
More interviews with actors have been trickling in, by the by. We shared Alfie Allen’s remarks yesterday, but check out Emilia Clarke on Dragons, a great interview with Game of Thrones alumnus Mark Addy (Robert Baratheon), and… what’s this? It looks like GRRM’s been kept busy recording material for HBO’s second season.