Bran Stark back for Game of Thrones series six
Isaac Hempstead Wright has confirmed his return to Game of Thrones in series six.
The 16-year-old actor plays Bran Stark in the show and hasn't been seen since the end of series four.
He's told the Irish Examiner that he's going to start filming scenes for the sixth season at the end of the month.
"I can't say a lot but I am back this season and it's going to get interesting with Bran," he said. "He has some interesting visions."
At the end of series four Bran Stark was seen talking to the three-eyed raven who tells him he will never walk again but says "you will fly".
He lost the use of his legs after being pushed out of a tower window by Jaime Lannister after he discovered his incestuous relationship with Cersei Lannister.
Isaac was 12 when he started filming Game of Thrones but he says he didn't get a chance to watch series five.
"I missed the whole of the last season because it was right in the middle of my exams, so I didn't have the time to watch it," he said.
"But I'm looking forward to getting with some friends and binge-watching it all."
Isaac also says he hopes Kit Harington will be back as Jon Snow for series six.
"I don't know [if he will come back]. He's said he's not.
"I wish he would because I love Kit and because the character's so cool. Who knows? We start filming series six at the end of this month, so we'll see."
Isaac also revealed that he'd like to star in a Marvel film, maybe as a young Tony Stark.
"Ever since Iron Man, I've really enjoyed the Marvel universe," he said at the European premiere of Ant-Man in London last week.
"I would like to be the young Iron Man. I just want the suit.
"I've already been one Stark so I guess I could transition pretty well into another.
"If Marvel are listening, Iron Man the prequel."