Issac Hempstead-Wright (Bran Stark) will make his return to Game of Thrones this year after being absent last season and is expected to play a huge role in the series. Speaking to Loaded, the actor revealed that Season 6 of the show will tie up a lot of loose ends and things will start to make more sense.
“You’ll see things in season six that have never quite made sense before – and now it will all start to tie up. Stories all start to come together to make sense. I know we say this every season, but this series sees everything get bigger and bigger and bigger.”
Hempstead-Wright also expressed disappointment over his absence in Season 5 but said it was the right time for him to take a break from acting:
“It was a shame not being in season five, but it was the right time for me to take a year out. I hadn’t done any acting in that whole year out, so it was quite a shock to the system to go back on a freezing cold film set. Once I was back into it, it was great fun.”
The 16-year old British actor also revealed his desire to complete his studies and possibly major in music. He was also asked if he plans to follow the footsteps of co-star Iwan Rheon (Ramsay) and release a single in future:
“I always wanted to study physics. But now I’m not so sure. I really love music, and I’d maybe like to study music now. I don’t doubt you’ll see a single from me.”