Do You Want To Know What Sansa And Arya Do Together In The Evenings When They Are Not Shooting Game Of Thrones??? Then Read This!

Sansa and Arya known in real life as Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams respectively, engage in crazy stuff in the evenings after filming the hit HBO fantasy series, Game of Thrones.

During a recent visit to New York Comic Con, Sophie spilt the beans about what exactly it is they get up to.

According to the 22-year-old, the pair have sleepovers whenever they are both in town shooting the show, but unlike childhood sleepovers, they actually sit in a bathtub together and get high.

Yeah! You read right!

She told Vulture: “We’re kind of like loners on Game of Thrones, just because the past few seasons Maisie and I have sleepovers every night when we’re shooting. Or every night whenever both of us are in town.

“We just used to sit there and eat and watch stupid videos and smoke weed. I don’t know if my publicist will kill me for saying this. We’d get high and then we’d sit in the bath together and we’d rub makeup brushes on our faces. It’s fun.”

Sophie and Maisie, 21, originally met during auditions for Game of Thrones, where they did a chemistry read together.

Sophie had reached the final three for the role of Sansa and knew she needed to really “up [her] game” to secure the part.

She recalls: “I went in, and I was like, ‘What’s up?!’ I gave her a big hug. I was like high-five after every take. I was super extra, but it worked. I read with other Aryas before, but Maisie was special. We just got on like that.”

As well as reminiscing about her audition, the star also shared some details about the show’s highly anticipated final season.

Everything about the show is kept under tight wraps during filming, with it even being given a code name on set.

“The secrecy is crazy. We have a whole different name for it when we’re shooting it. I think this season it was like the Tree of Life or something,” Sophie revealed.

She added that the crew has a “drone killer” on set that strikes down any that fly over during filming.

“I don’t know how it does it. It creates like this field around and the drones just drop.

“Also, we shoot fake scenes. We got into costume in Croatia because we know the paparazzi lurk around there, so we would spend like half a day doing nothing.”

An air date for Game of Thrones season eight is still to be announced but HBO has confirmed that the show will return in 2019, with the president of programming Casey Bloys saying that it will appear in the first half of the year.



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