Natalie Dormer
Actress Natalie Dormer arrives at the 73rd Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 10, 2016. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

HBO recently released 20+ images of how “winter is coming” in “Game of Thrones” Season 6 and one of the images shows Queen Margaery Tyrell’s (Natalie Dormer) condition in the hands of the Faith Militant.

[Spoiler Alert] Fans have known Margaery to be shrewd, if not as shrewd as Cersei (Lena Headey), but seasoned to be a queen. However, both ended up in the Holy Prison. While Cersei is back at the Keep after her infamous Walk of Shame, Margaery is still behind bars and the released HBO photo shows the Shame Nun, who tormented Cersei, now has her attention diverted towards Margaery.

As one of the theories go, if Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) does not release her by attacking King’s Landing, things may turn pretty tortuous for Margaery.

However, in a recent interview, Dormer, instead of talking about her character, has surprisingly given hints on the unfortunate hero Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington) return. The 34-year-old actress hinted that Snow may be coming back in Season 6. In all probability, Snow will be resurrected.

At the same time, she also confirmed that Snow is dead “for now,” pointing out the medical facts when someone is stabbed that many times.

“If you get stabbed that many times, you’re dead. There are some basic medical rules that even apply in Westeros. So Jon Snow is dead right now. Right now,” she told 5 News in the UK.

While fans are not much bothered about the first part of her statement, the last “right now” has made them rejoice. Finally, they have got a definitive answer that Snow won’t be missing entirely from the show.

Recently, “Game of Thrones” released a teaser trailer that had Snow and many other popular characters, dead or alive, reduced to mere faces in the Hall of Faces, reinforcing the popular saying of the Faceless Man, Valar morghulis (all men must die). But at least Snow still featured in the teaser as he has in previous ones and the HBO poster that featured only Snow.

“I’m afraid you’re going to have to wait guys, April isn’t that too far off now. I’m just always impressed, every year David and Dan have created the show they knock it out of the park,” said Dormer.

Dormer is also super excited as, for the first time, the TV show won’t have a George RR Martin book to take cues from. Martin has not yet released his next book, which means the show is on its own now.

“You just can’t predict Game of Thrones. Obviously we have the new situation this year because it’s completely unprecedented. George hasn’t published the next book, so it really is new for everyone. So maybe there is a level playing field for the readers of the series as well as the TV viewers,” she added.

"Game of Thrones" season 6 will air on Foxtel in Australia from April 25.