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Game of Thrones Season 7 scripts suggest that Cersei Lannister is actually pregnant

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The last season of Game of Thrones was a huge deal – many questions remained unanswered like Melisandre’s purpose of heading to Volantis, Tyrion’s concerned look, and many others. This led us to speculate on the end-game for the final season. Another popular debate among fans is the truth of Cersei Lannister’s pregnancy and how it will play out in the final season? But, here’s a major revelation from the scripts that actually proves wrong the ones who think that Cersei’s pregnancy could be fake.

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The popular theory of Cersei’s fake pregnancy is supported by two facts: one being Cersei lying to Jaime in order to keep him and other is, of course, Maggy the Frog’s prophecy. The prophecy whose most parts have been proven true until this point in the show, not only suggests Cersei’s demise but also of her having only three children – all of whom are dead.

“Will the king and I have children?”

“No. The king will have twenty children and you will have three…”

Two key details that come from the iconic scenes from the last season are the biggest nod to the fact of the Mad Queen actually being pregnant. The first one comes from a scene from the fifth episode ‘Eastwatch’ where Jaime confronts Cersei prior to his secret meeting with Tyrion.

There Cersei tells Jaime that she is pregnant with his child. Qyburn too seems to be observing her while Jaime was away. But the planning of the scene had this direction:

“She nods, it’s true… Her happiness is contagious. They get another chance at a family. This time with no one standing in their way.”

The second and the final nod to this truth come from Tyrion meeting Cersei in private in order to persuade her for a truce for the Northern threat.  The scene ends with Tyrion realizing that his sister is pregnant. Here’s the info:

“Tyrion sees what he sees and knows what it means. He can hardly believe it, but knows it to be true… She stays silent for too long, long enough to tell him that he’s right. And once she knows he knows, she can think of nothing else to say.”

Game of Thrones is airing in April 2019 which is just around the corner and I believe, the truth will finally be revealed. What do you all think? Is Cersei actually pregnant? Join the discussion in the comments as we brace ourselves for the new season where – ‘Babies are coming!’






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Deleted scene from Game of Thrones Season 8 shows another brutal character death

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Deleted scene from Game of Thrones Season 8 shows another brutal character death

Game of Thrones deleted scenes have been pouring out on the internet, now that the full series disc sets are here. We have reported about a couple of them, including one that showed Daenerys get the northern hate. The one we have today, comes from IGN, and it shows a death scene that was skipped from the episode, likely because the character isn’t considered that important. Read on!

Now, the character we’re talking about here is Alys Karstark, and the episode in question is Season 8, Episode 3, “The Long Night”. This deleted scene shows Alys meet her end while trying to protect Bran Stark in the Godswood. Check it out:

Well, it looks like Theon Greyjoy wasn’t the only guy that lost his life trying to look out for Bran Stark, and Alys deserves at least some credit for being one of the many to buy enough time for Arya Stark to swoop in and save the day.

This could’ve easily been kept in the episode. I mean, it’s game of Thrones, and it’s the most important big battle of the show. Surely one more death couldn’t have hurt.

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Sophie Turner discusses her final Game of Thrones scene as Sansa Stark

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Sophie Turner discusses her final Game of Thrones scene as Sansa Stark

Game of Thrones deleted scenes and special feature types are flying all over the Internet, now that HBO has released the full series disc sets of the show. We have been reporting about many of these, and this one involves Sophie Turner discuss her final scene on the show as Sansa Stark. Read on!

The video was posted to Twitter, and it shows Sophie, dressed as Sansa, discuss her final scene on the show. Take a gander:

Sophie said:

“I think it was just so overwhelming, and I kind of kept reading and re-reading, and I felt a bit numb afterwards because I never thought I would be reading the final scene.”

Now, knowing Game of Thrones, there was always a risk that a major character could just drop dead, and Sophie feared this for Sansa as well. However, as we now know, she made it to the end, and she did really well. Speaking of that, Sophie said:

“It’s very gratifying. It’s great that she ends up being Queen in the North, and I think it’s the place where she really feels like she belongs. And I think it’s a really just, happy, good ending for her, which I was never expecting.”

Well, we know that was one character ending that we absolutely loved. What about you guys? Talk to us in the comments, down below!






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Daenerys gets the northern hate in deleted scene from Game of Thrones Season 8

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Daenerys gets the northern hate in deleted scene from Game of Thrones Season 8

Game of Thrones series disc sets are here, and we have seen deleted scenes from the show flood the internet as a result of that. Among these, was one showed Daenerys and Jon walk through Winterfell. Read on!

This scene fits into the timeline at the point when Winterfell is preparing for the battle. Jon and Daenerys take a walk through, looking at the preparations, and Daenerys gets some hateful looks from the Northeners. Check it out:

This actually would have fit well in the preparation sequence, and added to the overall unwelcomeness that we saw Daenerys get in the north in Season 8. It wasn’t necessary though, and probably why it was left out. We also saw Daenerys’ unsullied stop for her, but we didn’t really need to be reminded of their loyalty, making the scene even less required.

That being said, they could have just left it in. Not like we would complain about too much of Game of Thrones, right?

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