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Maisie Williams: 'Game of Thrones' Script Sometimes Makes Me Cringe

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Tuesday, 11 Feb 2014 05:56 PM

By Morgan Chilson

Sixteen-year-old “Game of Thrones” star Maisie Williams admits that reading through the script for her role as Arya Stark can be a little tough when it comes to certain parts.

“Me and Sophie [Turner], when we were little, we went to the read-throughs of the scripts and we were just, like, cringing,” Williams told the New York Post on Saturday while attending a show during New York Fashion Week. “Other people love it, but it’s not my thing.”

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Turner, 17, plays Williams’ sister in the show.

“Game of Thrones” airs on HBO and does have some explicit sex scenes.

The fourth season of the show starts in April, and Williams told the Post that watchers can expect to see some differences.

“This year, we’ve got different pinpoints throughout the series rather than just building up to a massive ending,” she said.

Williams told Wet Paint even more about the upcoming season, telling them while at the fashion show with Turner, “We’ve seen this kind of fun-loving Arya who says it as it is and makes jokes, but this year she’s starting to change and we’re starting to see different sides to her. I don’t know how people are going to react. They might love it, they might hate it, but I think she’s becoming a lot more powerful in this world where women are getting bashed aside.”

Turner’s role as Sansa also will see some changes in the upcoming season, Turner told Wet Paint.

“There’s a kind of big evolution. She begins to kind of manipulate the people who have done wrong to her in her past,” Turner said at the fashion show. “She becomes a powerhouse character but in a very subtle way. It’s really good.”

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