Game of Thrones Season 8 episode 4, “The Last of the Starks” had a very emotional moment between the fandom’s long “shipped” couple — Jaime and Brienne. We saw the two get together, finally, as they made love. However, that didn’t last too long, as in the same episode, we got to see Jaime leave her for Cersei, and Brienne breaks out crying as it happens. Game of Thrones director David Nutter has revealed what Jaime said to her that made her cry. Read on!
The scene actually doesn’t show Jaime saying anymore, but in a recent interview with Collider, director David Nutter revealed that Nikolaj Coster-Waldau said something off camera to Gwendoline Christie, that helped her bring out the reaction for the scene:
“When I was shooting Gwendoline’s close-up, what I asked Nikolaj to do is I asked him to say — after he finished his dialogue — tell her, ‘I don’t love you anymore.’ And basically, Brienne is such a sensitive person, as is Gwendoline, that that’s basically the thing that he’s saying … but he’s not saying it too directly. So I basically had him say it off camera and when he did that, she basically lost it completely and that’s the reaction that was actually kind of recorded at that point.”
He also talked a bit more about the scene:
“Well, it was interesting. It was one in which, for the first time, [Brienne] is really – is professing her love for him by asking him to stay behind and stay with her and not go forward. And Jaime’s — his self-realization of what am I made of? Who am I? And what’s causing me to do this? And basically, Cersei’s causing him to do this in some respect.”
He also discussed another important reaction, that of Grey Worm’s after Missandei is executed:
“I just spent time with him alone and we talked about it and kind of let him know how his reaction … it has to be such that it needs to validate what happened … also, to legitimize what happened, and also, to give a sense of how it really affected Grey Worm and how he would react to that. And we discussed that quite extensively.”
Nutter also teased the next episode, while referring to Daenerys’ reaction to the same scene:
“I’ve never seen Dany that angry and that determined. So, I would keep my head down when it comes to the next episode.”
Well, keep an eye out for fire and blood in the next episode. What do you think? Talk to us in the comments, down below!
Very often we see real life is different from reel life. An actor might be struggling in real life despite being popular on-screen. Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa is one of the many big names to appear on Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi fantasy Dune. Even though the actor is excited about the movie, he won’t be watching it right after its release. The reason might sound strange to many, but it is as adorable as it gets.
Jason Momoa has often described himself as a family man, far from all the characters he has played on screen. The 41-year-old actor talked to Men’s Health about various topics like his life with family and workout routine. He revealed some interesting facts about his personal life, like how he’s not even the King of his house. Also, his son gets worried each time he sees Momoa in an action scene.
Momoa said, “My son just loses it… ‘Papa, are you okay?’ And I’m like, ‘Son, I’m sitting right next to you. We’re good. This was two years ago. Just watch the movie.’”
No wonder his step-daughter Zoe Kravitz calls him Papa Bear. Momoa is really loving and caring towards his family. He recently revealed in another interview how his family was struggling after Game of Thrones.
What do you think of Jason Momoa’s relationship with his family? Talk to us in the comments below!
The past few weeks were really exciting for Game of Thrones fans all around the world. The viewers were on the edge ever since HBO announced the making of Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon. People were already casting for their favourite characters in their heads, with rumours flying everywhere. First, HBO added to the hype by announcing the release date for the series, i.e. 2022. Then casting of Paddy Considine as King Viserys caused a huge stir, breaking the internet. Now, the network has got the audience crazy by announcing major key roles and finalizing directors for the show. They’re leaving no stone unturned, casting some of the biggest names in the television entertainment business. Matt Smith is one of them.
In a recent interview with GalaxyCon, Matt acted coy trying not to reveal much information. However, he couldn’t hide his excitement. He said, “Without saying too much…I’m looking forward to riding a few dragons…if I get to. I mean, I don’t know. Who knows?”
Matt Smith will play the Rogue Prince Daemon Targaryen. Smith is famous for being the eleventh incarnation of Doctor Who, and playing an important role in The Crown. Smith will also star in Marvel’s much-awaited movie Morbius. Therefore, it’s no surprise why fans are so excited about seeing him in the Game of Thrones Universe.
Are you excited about House of The Dragon? Talk to us in the comments below!
Daenerys Targaryen’s story began as a young, oppressed banished princess. Her rise to the sky as the Dragon Queen, Mother of the Dragons is an incredible story arc of Game of Thrones. Daenerys was initially known far and wide not just for her dragons, but for her kind nature. She was affectionately called Mhysa (mother) by the many slaves she freed, hence earning the title Breaker of Chains. Emilia Clarke, who played Daenerys on Game of Thrones, is brave and kind in real life as well. She has often helped co-stars (like Nathalie Emmanuel) on set.
Great British Bake Off contestant Laura Adlington was blown away when Emilia Clarke slid into her DMs. Appearing on spin-off show Bake Off: Extra Slice, Laura told host Jo Brand, “Emilia Clarke, Mother of Dragons from Game of Thrones, sent me a message.”
“[She] just said, “Laura, me and my friends love you. Thanks for brightening up our lockdown. We hope you win. I think she called me a “baking queen”. So my life is now complete, quite frankly. Friends with Matt Lucas and Emilia Clarke. Doesn’t get better than that, does it?”
Laura made it to the final round of the Channel 4 competition. Even though she was narrowly beaten by winner Peter Sawkins, getting a compliment from Emilia is a big achievement.
How do you feel about Laura Adlington’s Bakers off stint? Tell us in the comments below!
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