‘Game of Thrones' Season 4: New Photos Revealed [VIDEO]
By Riza Ornos | February 1, 2014 10:44 PM EST
Winter is coming and the "Game of Thrones" fans are looking forward for the April 6 premiere of HBO's hit fantasy drama series. To kick off the fans excitement, HBO released 15 brand new images from "Game of Thrones" Season 5 on Jan. 30 just to satisfy fans' GOT cravings.
Fans have to wait for two more months for show's big premiere and the brand new images features the casts on location for "Game of Thrones" Season 4. Maise Williams who plays the fiery young Stark warned fans that "the Starks are coming back stronger" and new faces are going to join the cast for the upcoming seaso.
Now sporting a clean cut, Jaime Lannister played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is looking young and fresh, and he seems to be arguing with Cersei played by Lena Headey. While the Mother of Dragons played by Emilia Clarke is looking serious with new kingdoms to conquer.
An image of Arya Stark features the young wolf still palling around with the Hound played by Rory McCann. Based on Tyrion's image, played by Peter Dinklage, he seemed to be in good relationship with his wife Sansa Stark played by Sophie Turner.
But the most interesting image is a sneak peek of how Prince Oberyn Martell should look like. Played by Chilean actor Pedro Pascal, the Red Viper is one of the many new characters who will make their debut for GOT Season 4.
"Tell your father I'm here, and tell him the Lannisters aren't the only ones who pay their debts," says the Red Viper, one of the chilling words he made for the upcoming season.
Also in picture is Oberyn Martell's love interest, Ellaria Sand played by English actress Indira Varma. Another familiar face is Rose Leslie who plays the wildling Ygritte, and the King of the Iron Throne Joffrey Baratheon played by Jack Gleeson.
HBO recently revealed another teaser for the show with a 30-second trailer that promises an epic season ahead. Fans can catch "Game of Thrones" 15-minute presentation called "Game of Thrones Ice and Fire: A Foreshadowing" on Feb. 9.
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