Is 'Game of Thrones' Planning Another Stark Reunion?

Arya Stark on Game of Thrones
Maisie Williams stars as Arya Stark in 'Game of Thrones'. Avid followers who glimpsed a make-up truck picture on Instagram are speculating it may indicate Arya could be reuniting with brother Bran in season seven. Macall B. Polay/HBO

Game of Thrones' sixth season earlier this year finally saw a win for the good guys as Jon Snow reunited with half-sister Sansa Stark and defeated evil Ramsay Bolton in the epic Battle of the Bastards.

But could that teary reunion between Jon and Sansa be a prelude to another Stark reunion in season seven?

New pictures from the HBO drama's set in Corbet, Northern Ireland, show Arya and Bran Stark together again—at least behind-the-scenes.

Actors Maisie Williams and Isaac Hempstead Wright are seen in a make-up trailer, which could be a sign that they have filmed scenes together for season seven or, at the very least, could cross paths at some point.

Like Jon and Sansa, Bran and sister Arya haven't crossed paths since season one.

Since then Arya has had her fair share of troubles around Westeros and Braavos, and developed into a pretty talented swordfighter.

For those keeping score, Jon, Sansa, Bran and Arya are the last surviving Stark siblings. Poor Robb Stark was killed in the famous Red Wedding in season three and Rickon was killed in the Battle of the Bastards last season.

Perhaps even more exciting than a reunion between Arya and Bran is the possibility that two of Thrones' fiercest young female characters could be sharing a scene, too.

Season six standout Lyanna Mormont, the no-nonsense 10-year-old head of the Mormont family, is back for season seven as young actor Bella Ramsey has been spotted on set.

Thrones fansite Watchers on the Wall speculates that Ramsey was on set the same day as Williams and Wright.

A scene between Lyanna and Arya, possibly swapping sword tips, is now officially on our season seven wishlist.

Game of Thrones returns for its penultimate season in the summer of 2017.

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