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Hafthor Björnsson (The Mountain) admits Game of Thrones’ final season was rushed



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The tale of the Game of Thrones season 8 controversy still lives in the minds of the die-hard fans. It has been three years since HBO’s money-making mint wrapped up filming, but people can’t stop talking about it. After all, the highly popular and record-breaking show divided its fandom with a controversial and a rather rushed-up final season. Not just the fans, but the cast of the series is split up upon the same issue. Game of Thrones star Hafthor Björnsson played the terrifying warrior “The Mountain” on the show, and even he has conflicted feelings about the final season.


As per Winter Is Coming, Björnsson talked to streamer Mizkif about Game of Thrones’ last season backlash. He said, “I get this question so often. I think that the show is amazing and I think that overall the last season was good. But, I understand the fans. There’s a lot of things that happened pretty fast. I wish they would have been able to make more, even another season, because there was so much being told I feel like in such a short time.”

Björnsson is amongst the list of celebs who admitted that Game of Thrones’ season 8 felt a bit rushed. Even House of The Dragon’s Paddy Considine sided with the fans when he talked about the same issue recently.

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