‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Spoilers: Khal Drogo In or Out of the Cast for the Upcoming Season?

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Nothing would please the female fans of "Game of Thrones" more than seeing Khal Drogo make a comeback in season 7.

One of the noisiest buzzes for "Game of Thrones" season 7 is the rumor that Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) will appear in the series once more. This piece of information was fuelled by Momoa's Instagram post of a picture of him with Kit Harrington, who plays Jon Snow in the hit TV series.

The photo in question has led many fans to believe that the 37-year-old actor will indeed be back in the HBO Series, Metro UK noted. This speculation was heightened further by Momoa's caption attached to the picture.

"Congrats to my Kit, super proud of him and all the cast and crew. Congrats Game of Thrones, you are the best. Can't wait for the next season. Aloha, J. Back to work," the Hawaiian-born actor wrote. Many think the phrase "Back to work" pertains to Momoa going back to film "Game of Thrones" season 7.

The truth is that the picture was taken when the "Baywatch" actor visited Belfast right after the Emmys, where the cult TV series won big. This is the reason why Momoa is congratulating Harrington and the rest of the show's cast and crew.

Second, the phrase in question could just mean Harrington must go back to filming the series while Momoa must also go back to shooting "Justice League" where he plays Aquaman. Fans should know that the tattooed actor is busy filming the DC movie which will be out next year. Following this, Momoa will be occupied with shooting the stand-alone film of the superhero, Aquaman. As a result, squeezing in a gig at the "Game of Thrones" set could prove impossible.

Even if not a part of the show anymore, fans can still catch Momoa in "Justice League" which will be released in Nov. 7, 2017. Accordingly, "Game of Thrones" season 7 will be back on HBO sometime in the summer of 2017. 

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