She plays the selfish and oft-hated Princess of Winterfell in HBO fantasy drama Game Of Thrones.And
it appears actress Sophie Turner is ready to take her crown in real
life as she posed up at a panel event for the hit series on Tuesday
English star took advantage of a photo op before she made her way into
the event, smiling slyly at the camera in an ensemble of head-to-toe
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Sophie joined her co-stars at the
Sly smile: Actress Sophie Turner attends the
Academy of Television Arts & Sciences presents an evening with HBO's
Game Of Thrones at TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday in Hollywood,
event - the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences an evening with
HBO's Game Of Thrones Actress Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and writer George R.R. Martin were also present.
Gearing up for season three: The English
actress, 17, looked ecstatic to be at the event as the March 31 premiere
date draws closer
Poised: Actress Maisie Williams looked beautiful in a gold and black gown
Onscreen siblings: Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner smiled together on the red carpet
Sophie was seen posing at one point with her onscreen sister Maisie Williams, dressed in a black and gold cocktail number.
The actress recently opened up about what it's like to play Sansa Stark, a character fanboys love to hate on the series.
In an interview with Entertainment
Weekly, she admitted at first it was difficult to deal with viewers who
recognised her on the street and felt compelled to give harsh criticism
of her character.
Co-stars: Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, and Lena Heady, right, who plays Cersei Lannister in Game of Thrones
On his throne: Television star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays Jaime Lannister, also attended the event
'At first it kind of came as a shock because people didn’t like Sansa; she isn’t a fan favourite,' Sophie said. 'A lot of fans that recognise me go,
Series star: Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow in the series, looked rather downcast
"I kind of hate you," and I'm all, "Cool, well, you've just made this
sufficiently awkward." I thought I was being personally attacked, but I
knew I wasn't. It was all new to me.'Sophie told the website she's looking forward to fans seeing the forthcoming third season.
On the red carpet: Peter Dinklage, who plays Tyrion Lannister, cast a serious expression
Sharing laughs: (From left) Actress Sophie
Turner, actress Maisie Williams, writer George R.R. Martin, actress Lena
Headey and actor Peter Dinklage talk about the show
She says her character will be 'less naive'.'Season two changed her. All the things
she heard in songs and fairy tales - they're all gone now. She's lost
her innocence, but for the better. You don’t want to be innocent in the
world of Game of Thrones,' she explained.Season three of Game of Thrones is scheduled to premiere on March 31.
On the small screen: Sophie Turner plays Sansa Stark in Game Of Thrones, season one
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