Winter is coming The ‘GAME OF THRONES’ stars and more celebs brought their A game to Season 7 premiere red carpet at the Walt Disney Concert Hall
In the weeks and months leading up to the premiere, HBO has touted season seven as the year that House Stark’s iconic words become more than just a warning. Winter is no longer coming; it’s here, and with it comes the Night King’s army of the undead, and the promise of all-out war (to borrow from another show in which zombies are featured) breaking across Westeros. The event’s red-carpet theme reflected the ever-looming threat of winter, beginning with the fact that the red carpet was more like a frosted blue. What’s more, the villainous Night King loomed over the proceedings, figuratively and literally, in the form of a massive statue that stood in front of the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
“You should be pretty afraid of him,” Sophie Turner, who plays Sansa Stark, told The Hollywood Reporter about the threat the Night King poses over Westeros. “This season is all about the alive human beings coming together and sensing that there’s a greater threat here, and there he is. You should be pretty afraid.”