[UPDATE] Game Of Thrones Season 7 Recast Roster Revealed - Dickon Tarly To Have A Bigger Role? Plus Westeros Scene Spoilers!

By Jayde Winston - 22 Nov '16 11:18AM
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Game of Thrones Season 7 is bigger and better from its previous season. Producers are currently recasting roles for specific characters that will greatly impact the viewing experiences for Game of Thrones fans.

Recent reports state that Dickon Tarly, brother of Sam Tarly will play a big role in the upcoming Game of Thrones Season 7. According to Watchers on the Wall Dickon Tarly who first appeared on Game of Thrones Season 6 awkward dinner scene when Sam Gilly visited Horn Hill.

Freddie Stroma played Dickon Tarly on Game of Thrones Season 6. Now, the producers are considering a new actor to play Dickon Tarly on Game of Thrones Season 7. The reason behind Stroma not to be part of Game of Thrones Season 7 is the conflict between schedules of ABC series Time After Time.

Watch the latest In-Production Teaser by HBO for Game of Thrones Season 7.

Watchers on the Wall announced that the new face of Dickon Tarly will be British Actor Tom Hopper. To make the claim near reality, Tom Hopper was seen together with James Faulkner who plays Randyll Tarly.

It was reported as well that Dickon Randyll were spotted shooting an ambush scene. The scene was reported to a major plot on the upcoming Game of Thrones Season 7. Watchers on the Wall says that "Dickon Tarly is part of the southern Westeros scenes, and has scenes with Randyll, Jaime Lannister, and Bronn, among others." The scene will commence when Daenerys Targaryen together with her dragons attacked a caravan delivering goods looted from the Highgarden to King's Landing.

Moreover, the rumored addition of Tom Hopper gets a two thumbs up from Game of Thrones adoring fans. Tom Hopper as previously seen as Billy Bones on Black Sails, Sir Percival in Merlin and Arminius from the Barbarians Rising of History Channel.

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