HBO has released this week’s new batch of photos from Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones. The season’s seventh episode (yes, we’re already headed for the 7th ep!) will be titled “The Broken Man,” and feature a return for Clive Russell as the Blackfish, and a rallying of the Northern cause. Jerome Flynn is finally making an appearance on the show this season, and we can look forward to some action in the Riverlands.
Official episode synopsis: The High Sparrow eyes another target. Jaime confronts a hero. Arya makes a plan. The North is reminded.
Photos below the cut!
Update 6/2: Several more photos added!
The Blackfish holds Riverrun, as Walder Frey announced in this week’s episode.
Cersei is roaming about the castle, with the Kingsguard and apparently Tyrell soldiers still around.
Sansa, Jon and their companions rode away from the Wall, looking for Northern allies, and in next Sunday’s episode will be visiting with some smaller Northern Houses. Here we see them encountering Robett Glover of House Glover, who will be played by Tim McInnerny.
Arya is on the run in Braavos- here she’s changed her clothing.
Newly subdued Queen Margaery is out of prison, but not completely free as we can see she still has Septa Unella by her side, even as she visits with her grandmother Olenna.
Farfarawaysite has added several more photos from “The Broken Man” today:
In these first two shots, we can see Arya from the front, with her new clothes and her rather Ned Stark-like hairstyle. She looks to be trying to blend into the Braavos crowd.
Next, we have two photos of the Frey sons- Black Walder (Tim Plester), and Lothar (Daniel Tuite). I’m guessing they’ve headed back to Riverrun as ordered. Black Walder has fresh marks on his nose and cheek- I wonder who did the bloodying, Blackfish or Jaime and Bronn?
A wider shot of the Blackfish on guard, at Riverrun.
We can see the Frey-hatted men in the background/sides of these photos, so it looks like Jaime and Bronn have arrived at Riverrun, to help take it back from the Blackfish. I’m loving Jaime in the full Lannister armor.
A much more demurely dressed Queen Margaery and her Septa, Unella. I’m still of the mind that Margaery is only pretending to be a convert in a very clever deception:
And last, we have a slightly longer/narrower version of the above Cersei photo:
A Greek website has posted some photos as well, including this one that appears to be of Riverrun (in the distance) with riders approaching. It’s a small photo and hard to tell, but that might be Jaime’s arrival at the camp outside Riverrun. Thanks to Rhaenys Stark for giving us a heads up on this one.
Update: Found a larger size of the image on RadioTimes. That is definitely a Lannister-armored soldier with a helm on, carrying the Lannister banner.