'Game of Thrones' Season 7 Update: Lady Mormont Returning In Season 7 [VIDEO]By Phoebe Canoy, UniversityHerald Reporter
Along the enormous cast, Bella Ramsey became one of the most outstanding and incredible actress in the famous TV series "Game of Thrones," wherein she did pretty much last Season 6 and stands out from the crowd.
It goes without saying that a "Game of Thrones" Season 7 return for Ramsey would be welcomed by fans. People have wondered if she'd be coming back, especially since Kristofer Hivju shared an Instagram photo of himself with the actress.
This little Lady of Bear Island grabbed fans instantaneously, thanking her no nonsense approach of such negotiations with the allies.
We saw last season the fearful Mormont join forces with Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) to get back to Winterfell and nominate Jon Snow as the King of the North.
As the book of "Game of Thrones" gets off, the show makers must've been aware of this positive feedback to the character, and it might secure her for a new place in the season which is now confirmed.
PAP4U, who has posted several new images taken at the Corbet, Northern Ireland studio base over the last couple weeks, has done it again. So now it's official, based on these new photographs, Ramsey will be back as Lyanna Mormont in "Game of Thrones" Season 7.
She was also spotted exiting the hair and make-up trailer in full costume at the Northern Ireland filming base this week, wherein there's possibilities that she is making scenes together with Harrington, Gwendoline Christie and Liam Cunningham.
If we could remember, Mormont went out on a limb helping the Starks with their crusade against Ramsay Bolton in Season 6 and her house will surely be rewarded the next episode.
Production is currently underway on "Game of Thrones" Season 7, which sees Oscar-winner Jim Broadbent joining the cast.
George R. Martin, the creator of "Game of Thrones," recently spoke to the future of the HBO's hit drama, teasing the possibility of a prequel series. He also added at the backstage after the show, "I do have thousands of pages of fake history of everything that led up to Game of Thrones, so there's a lot of material there and I'm writing more."
In 2016, "Game of Thrones" took over the record for number of Emmy Awards, and brought home the coveted Best Drama Series Award.
"Game of Thrones" Season 7 will consist of seven episodes and will arrive on summer 2017.