'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Set Video Shows Lost Character
WARNING: Massive “Game of Thrones” spoilers ahead.
Over the past few days, numerous images and videos have been leaked from the set of the seventh season of "Game of Thrones," which is currently being filmed in northern Spain.
Initially, we thought the most shocking spoiler to emerge from the photos was undoubtedly the much-anticipated meeting between Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen.
However, it now appears the more shocking revelation could be this latest leaked video from the "Game of Thrones" set, which looks like a season seven scene with Davos Seaworth, Tyrion Lannister and... GENDRY!
That's right, baby, Gendry is back in the building... kinda.
In the video above, Gendry appears to be on a beach with Davos and Tyrion, which led some folks to speculate Gendry's seasons of rowing landed him in Dragonstone, the supposed seat of power for Daenerys in season seven and rumored location shown in most of the other leaked photos and videos we've seen.
However, if you watch the video in full, it appears Davos, this time with the help of Tyrion, is once again helping Gendry escape in a row boat, this time from the "Gold Cloaks" of King's Landing.
So, the above scene may not be the same Dragonstone location we think we're watching in all those other leaked videos. If that's the case, did Gendry come straight to King's Landing from when we last saw him?
What is Davos doing in King's Landing? Is it awkward between Davos and Tyrion because Tyrion basically engineered the death of Davos' son at the Battle of the Blackwater?
More importantly, why can't Gendry catch a break? Why is this dude always escaping in a shitty rowboat with the help of Davos?
Can't Gendry at least get some Dornish wine for what appears to be yet another leg of his already absurdly long journey?
Yeah, that look pretty much says it all. I feel you, Gendry.
Like most of the spoilers coming our way in the recent days and hours, this latest video only makes me yearn for Sunday night's with "Game of Thrones" more.