16 Feb 2017 3:42 PM +00:00 UTC

Game of Thrones Stars Say Season 7 is “Absolute Chaos”

Valar Morghulis. All men must die as all good things must come to an end. Though fans have two more seasons to go, it's an inevitable truth that HBO's epic fantasy television series Game of Thrones is drawing to a close.

Now that Game of Thrones' seventh season has entered post-production, the cast of the live-action adaptation of George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice And Fire book series reveals to Mashable how they feel about the new season.

"I know we're all feeling it on set," Liam Cunningham (who plays Ser Davos Seaworth) recently told Mashable. "You've yet to see the work we've done on Season 7. You guys have two more, we have one more, we're one ahead of you — and we're now in the position where it must be like trying to get off drugs. We're easing ourselves off drugs gently, and the drug is this show."

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Cunningham has been in Game of Thrones ever since it started its second season and it seems like the actor's struggling with the fact that the series will soon come to an end. But it won't be a teary kind of closing for HBO's phenomenal fantasy series. No – the rest of the cast teases a bigger, more explosive season 7.

"It doesn't feel like a panic, but I'm panicked for people, I think," agreed Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm). "I think, and this is true of Season 6, you can feel that things are coming to a close. It's all getting a bit much. The show's kind of like a pressure cooker ... It's just absolute chaos."

"It's gonna be a crazy season. It's definitely going to blow a lot of people's minds. It's still the same running theme; characters that haven't crossed each other's paths before will do, and they're gonna take it even further this time. People have loyalties that they have to examine," Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy) also teases.

Though season 7 is the beginning of the end, Game of Thrones will definetly begin closing its curtains with a bang. What do you expect from one of television's biggest hits?

Game of Thrones returns sometime in the middle of 2017.

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