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Nikolaj Coster-Waldau opens up about Jaime Lannister’s death

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Game of Thrones reflected real life in more ways than one. Jaime Lannister represented the path to redemption, and his death was an example of how difficult it is to let go of your past. The Kingslayer redeemed himself throughout the series.

Starting as a villain in the show, pushing Bran out of the tower to playing a major role in the fight against the Nightwalkers, Jamie had travelled a long way. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who played the character in the fantastical epic, opened up about Jaime’s death in James Hibberd’s book Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon.

Brienne Jaime

You wonder if he’s changed and if he’s escaped the destructive relationship. He’s so bound by this code of honour of family first, and he and Cersei have a strong bond on every level. But he has to go back. She’s all alone. He’s the last one she has. He has to try to save her. It makes sense even though you don’t want it to… It would have been wonderful if he and Brienne could have had a life together. But he says it himself as he’s leaving: ‘Have you ever walked away from a fight?’ I have to do this. The things you do for love…”

Jaime left Brienne of Tarth crying right before Daenerys left to attack King’s Landing. One can only imagine what would have happened if Jaime had stayed with Brienne. How would you have played out the story? Let us know in the comments below!







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Emilia Clarke understands why fans were p***ed over Daenerys’ fate in Season 8 finale

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Emilia Clarke understands why fans were p***ed over Daenerys’ fate in Season 8 finale

It has been 2 years, and it is still the hot topic of several online debates amongst fan communities across the internet. The controversial final season of Game of Thrones. Some of the fans were so disappointed that they petitioned for a rewrite of the final season. Some actors, like Charles Dance, even agreed to sign it. Even the mother of dragons understands and agrees with the viewers. Actress Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen on the show, was especially sad about the downfall of her character.

Clarke told Josh Horowitz on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, “I get it. I get why people were p***ed. I totally get it. But me being the actor, you can’t do justice to the character that you’ve poured your blood, sweat and tears into for a decade without getting on the same page. Do you know what I mean? So like, I’m not going to be there being like, “Fine, I’ll do the scene, whatever. So p***ed.”

Emilia explained that as an actor, regardless of where the story leads, ‘you have to turn up’.

“You have to turn up and you have to… because why? Because you’re doing it for you and you’re doing it for her and you’re doing it for the show and you’re doing it for the storytelling. So, I’m an actor. I get given a story and I need to tell that story,” she said.

Emilia is currently writing her own comics, and hopefully, she’ll give an ending to this character she had hoped for Dany. Do you agree with Emilia? Talk to us in the comments below!







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Aquaman and Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa gets candid about Justice League Snyder Cut

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Aquaman and Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa gets candid about Justice League Snyder Cut

Jason Momoa’s movie the Aquaman was a huge success for the DCEU (DC Extended Universe). The movie made huge profits and was applauded by fans all over the world. Aquaman was earlier regarded as a lame, fish-talking hero with little to no use. The character was made fun of by many comic book fans across the world. However, with the introduction of Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa as the titular hero, everything changed. Aquaman is now one of the coolest heroes in the DC roster, thanks to Momoa.

Momoa has always been an ardent supporter of Zack Snyder and his vision for the DCEU. He talked to Jimmy Fallon of The Tonight Show about how happy he was when Snyder’s dream came to life. He said:

I love Zack, and that’s kinda what I signed up for eight years ago, is to have his vision. The cool thing about that four-hour piece is that I didn’t reshoot anything. That was all there. It’s so interesting when people come up to me and they’re like ‘Oh, I really love this, and it’s so detailed, and it explains so much,’ and I’m like ‘Yeah, that’s what we went and shot, I didn’t have to redo anything.”

He continued, “So because of the tragedy, I’m happy we made one, but I’m really happy that we got to release his art, and a lot of fans are happy. The truth of it is I like the four hours, it’s just a four-part series. So I like the extended and spending time with the characters.”

Momoa also lost a friendly match of Water War against the host recently. What do you think of the Snyder Cut? Tell us in the comments below!







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Outlander’s Sam Heughan tried out for several roles on Game of Thrones 7 times

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Outlander's Sam Heughan tried out for several roles on Game of Thrones 7 times

Sam Heughan might be a familiar name to the fans of the popular show Outlander, but there’s another TV series he wished to be a part of. Not just him, quite a lot of famous actors tried to get a role on Game of Thrones, and sadly, they didn’t get the chance. Sam revealed how badly he wanted to be on HBO’s hugely successful epic.

Heughan, who plays Jamie Fraser, the Scottish hero of Starz’s Outlander, revealed he auditioned for various roles on Game of Thrones. In an interview with Vulture, he said, “I auditioned for Game of Thrones seven times! Loads of times. I auditioned for Renly, Loras, some of the members of the Night’s Watch. And I’d always get so close! I’d be like, “Guys, just give me a sword!” [Laughs.] Everyone was going in for those parts. But you know, it’s funny about those things.”

Outlander's Sam Heughan tried out for several roles on Game of Thrones 7 times

You’re up for so many things, and coming from those auditions, and testing on other shows, I had more experience, more experience with the process. And maybe I was more confident. And I don’t know, something about this one just felt right. This part felt different. I knew this character. And felt a connection with him. I knew where he had come from.”

What role would you have liked to see Sam Heughan play on Game of Thrones? Tell us in the comments below!







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