Game of Thrones season 7 episode 5 photos: Cersei's reaction and more

Daenerys is just as confused by those cave paintings as the rest of

Now, it looks like the likeable character could be dead, as spoiler photos for episode five, Eastwatch, seem to show Cersei Lannister in mourning. HBO has now released preview photos for the next Game Of Thrones, but since the big dragon battle was conveniently left off of the last batch of pics, there's probably something very cool happening just out of frame in these photos as well. In the last episode, "The Spoils of War" (which sadly got leaked), Daenerys utterly annihilates the Lannister army as she rained fire from the skies above, perched on the back of her favourite dragon-child Drogon.

From this little trailer, we already know that Daenerys didn't burn ALL of the Lannister soldiers, Jon will be getting closer to the dragons and Sansa (or another Stark sibling) has informed their brother about Bran's visions.

Terri Schwartz is Editorial Producer at IGN. A behavior that will not really please Tyrion and Varys ... As we saw in "Spoils of War" Drogon took a ballista shot from Scorpion, but it did not seem to have much effect before Drogon roasted the weapon the ash. We imagined something more gruesome or glorious. Unfortunately, having a nice place to sit isn't doing much for her these days. On the other hand, Dany and Jon are together again ...

With no signs of Jaime and Bronn in the pictures, here we have Daenerys and Tyrion sharing an intense look at something.

It may be that in episode 5, Jon goes into action since the words are not enough to convince his aunt. While it appeared while watching the show that Jaime survived the battle, Cersei may not know that.

Could it be that they're concerned about their Dragon Queen going off the deep end like her daddy, the "Mad King" Aerys Targaryen, who also had a penchant for burning people?

A almost 14-minute behind-the-scenes video looks at the making of the latest battle-which Game of Thrones is calling "The Loot Train Attack"-from both a storytelling and technical standpoint". But, they will have to find a way to make her listen to reason. "His passion is, alas, unreciprocated, but no less intense for that, and it will lead to a deadly rivalry between Tyrion and Jon Snow".

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