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“Game of Thrones” Season 7 is going to be bigger and better than ever according to showrunners. HBO

With the Season 7 premiere of “Game of Thrones” coming up fast, fans of the HBO original series are scrounging for any final clues they can get about what’s to come. Now, creators D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, who’ve been tight lipped about what’s to come, have finally obliged.

During an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the “Game of Thrones” showrunners were asked what struck them most about Season 7. Weiss teased exciting “interactions between various characters that for years we haven’t been able to play.” He also promised Thronies would see characters come together that they’d been hoping would meet for years.

“There’s a whole bunch of reunions and first time meetings that people have been waiting for for a long time and when you put it on paper you just want to do justice to the work that these guys have done building these characters over so many years,” he told EW. “You want to give them as much as you can.”

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Benioff, for his part, said everyone on the “Game of Thrones” cast “steps up their game” this season, just as they have in each one prior. He promised crazier stunts, more people “set on fire,” and some serious growth from members of the Season 7 cast. Neither Weiss nor Benioff gave away specifics about the show.

“Everyone steps up their game every season. I know you probably get sick of hearing us say that. We say it every year. But it’s kind of astounding to us,” he said. “We were looking at a battle scene and we set more stuntmen on fire in one of these shots than have ever been simultaneously set on fire...but every department constantly improves, from the effects to the acting.”

They’re not the only ones giving up little nuggets of information ahead of the “Game of Thrones” premiere. Emilia Clarke sat down with Rolling Stone to discuss the upcoming season as well as spinoff possibilities. As far as her character, Daenerys Targaryen is concerned, the actress promised story lines would be completed, speculation would be validated and more.

“It’s a really interesting season in terms of some loose ends that have been tied, some really satisfying plot points, some things where you’re like, ‘Oh, my god. I forgot about that!’ Rumors are going to be confirmed or denied,” she said.

As for what’s to come after the curtain falls on the final season of “Game of Thrones,” Clarke assures fans she won’t appear in a spinoff. Fans have been buzzing about the possibility of a Targaryen-themed sequel or prequel. Clarke told Rolling Stone, however, that she’s very much done after Season 8.

“I mean, I have no doubt there’ll be prequels and sequels and who knows what else. But I am doing one more season. And then that’ll be it,” she said.

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The network released a second trailer for the show on June 21. The Season 7 preview provides confirmation of a number of theories and gives way to many new ones. Many “Game of Thrones” fans seem to believe there are underlying spoilers about Jon Snow’s (Kit Harington) fate in the trailer, though all remain unconfirmed.

Theories have begun circulating that Jon, who has already been killed and revived on the show, won’t survive to the end of the series. In the end of the trailer, the Warden of the North is shown standing before a hoard of White Walkers wielding a sword. Reddit user D-Stark speculates the moment in question shows Jon being drafted to the Night King’s (Vladimir Furdik) army.

For more possibilities about Jon’s Season 7 fate, click HERE. Tune in to “Game of Thrones” when it returns to HBO on July 16 at 9 p.m. EDT.