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Lena Headey as Cersei Lannister in "Game of Thrones." Facebook/Game of Thrones

Nokolaj Coster-Waldau, who plays the character Jaime Lannister, brother and lover to Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) in "Game of Thrones," wants a Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead Wright) showdown. Moreover, his promise to Cersei that it’s them against the world may not be kept.

[Spoiler Alert] The Lannisters are a broken lot. Tyrion Lannister is in Mereen and far away from brother Jaime. Cersei is broken and powerless, at least for the moment. Her elder son is dead, her daughter is dead, and her only remaining son, King Tommen (Dean-Charles Chapman), is in danger. Thus, Jaime and Cersei will do everything to make their son live, but currently, the Faith Militants seem to be too strong for them.

It’s a very tricky situation that awaits Jaime and Cersei. Jaime may not be aware of Cersei’s Walk of Shame. When he comes to know, he might take a wrong step that can claim his life. The entire power dynamic in King’s Landing has changed, and Jaime is yet to feel the power shift. Cersei has also lost a bit of her faith in Jaime because of his failure to bring back Myrcella and prove the prophecy wrong and Jaime is one hand short. Coster-Waldau told Entertainment Weekly about what happens next.

“He has to deal with protecting their last kid, Tommen, who’s also the king — who is also a teenager in love, which is also not easy to deal with. It’s hard to control him. So he has to deal with that. And first the biggest enemy here, of course, is the Faith Militant, this religious uprising, being spearheaded by the High Sparrow. He has to deal with him. That’s what he’s gonna do,” he said.

Most importantly, the Faith Militants will also try hard to get Jaime in jail for his “sins.” This means, there will be lot of bloodshed in the coming episodes.

Speaking to EW, Coater-Waldau also spoke about his desire for a Bran Stark meeting. He loves the idea of a Bran encounter.

“In episode 1 of the whole [series] I had one scene with Bran. Then I pushed him out the window. And he was just a kid then. Now he’s grown into this young man. I think it would be interesting to see how that encounter would play out. I have no idea if that’s ever going to happen,” Waldau added.

The actor also wants the three siblings to meet again because he finds the Lannister family dynamic interesting.

Moreover, there is no positive news on the Jon Snow front. Brenock O'Connor, who plays Olly and who shot to fame after being one of those who stabbed Snow, is constantly receiving death threats.

“If you get people from Spain and Portugal and all over the world saying they are going to kill your family, you just can’t take it to heart or you would not cope,” Brenock told The Argus.

After the first episode premiered, Jon Snow fans saw no evidence of their favourite character’s revival.