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'Game of Thrones' actors tease their season four storylines

Just 68 days to go until Game of Thrones season four! It's still a ways off but the teasers and previews have begun to roll in as we get closer. According to Access Hollywood on Saturday, three of the hit show's cast members revealed a few tidbits about what we can expect for their respective storylines next season (as much as they can reveal, anyway).

First up is Natalie Dormer, aka Margaery Tyrell. When we left season three she was still betrothed to Joffrey, and though Dormer did say "there might be a white dress involved," she was pretty tight-lipped about providing any additional details on the nuptials.

"There might be the small detail of a wedding, so the fans have that to look forward to," she said.

If that's not enough to satisfy your curiosity, book series author George R.R. Martin dropped a few hints himself back in October about "the wedding of the year."

Nathalie Emmanuel, who plays Daenerys' handmaiden Missandei, told AH we'll get to see her "growing into her role."

"We get to learn a little bit about her and see the kind of human side to Missandei as opposed to the servant and the dutiful Missandei," Emmanuel added.

Finally, one of the stories viewers will be extra curious to rejoin is that of Theon Greyjoy, whom we last saw being hellishly tortured by Ramsay Snow. Unfortunately for those totally in the dark as far as future plotlines, Alfie Allen's comment on the fate of his character won't exactly clear things up.

"Season 4, you'll just have to wait and see, but there's definitely a lot more going on in the eyes," he said.

And wait we shall.

There's more to look forward to in the interim, however: on Sunday, Feb. 9, HBO will air a featurette before True Detective comes on at 9 p.m. called "Ice and Fire: A Foreshadowing." Part retrospective and part preview for next season, the 15-minute film is said to include behind-the-scenes footage, upcoming clips, and cast interviews.

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