Kit Harington, the star of Game of Thrones, has admitted not a single one of his theories about the eighth and final season of the HBO show came true.
However, the 32-year-old actor, who plays Jon Snow in the programme, could at least rejoice in the fact he never told anyone what he thought would happen at the end of the series.
“I had theories all along and all of them were wrong,” he revealed. “I’m quite glad I never told anyone my theories.”
In an interview with Stephen Colbert, the star was probed to reveal his incorrect theories, but did not take the bait.
“I can’t say zero. This is the problem, Stephen!” to which the host of The Late Show replied: “You’re a great guest.”
“I can’t even say lies! I can’t even make something up because that gets picked up,” Kit explained.
There has been much speculation about the Game of Thrones finale, with many debating who will sit on the Iron Throne.
The newly released trailer only added fuel to the fire by teasing various scenarios about the Battle of Winterfell.
In the epic showdown the Night King (played by Vladimir Furdik) and his army of White Walkers will fight against Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen’s (Emilia Clarke) own troops.
Miguel Sapochnik, who previously helmed the action-packed Hardhome and Battle of the Bastards episodes, directed the cinematic combat.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the Battle of Winterfell features Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner), and Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).
“The [GoT battles] I’ve done previously were generally from Jon’s perspective,” Miguel told the publication.
“Here I’ve got 20-some cast members and everyone would like it to be their scene.”
He added: “That’s complicated because I find the best battle sequences are when you have a strong point of view.
“I keep thinking: ‘Whose story am I telling right now?’”
There is likely to be a huge number of fatalities in the battle and at the moment it is uncertain whether the Night King will prevail.
Programme-makers are said to have referred to the Battle of Helm’s Deep from The Lord of The Rings films to get an idea for their own sequence.
However, the Battle of Winterfell is going to surpass the running time of the fantasy movie and is predicted to be the longest sequence of its kind in the history of film and television.
The Battle of Winterfell is thought to have taken three months to film with continuous night shoots.
Game of Thrones season 8 premieres on April 14 on HBO, and Sky Atlantic and on NOW TV on April 15.