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Maisie Williams says cussing cartoon characters as Arya on MultiVersus was “kind of wild”




Arya Stark had one of the most amazing story arcs on Game of Thrones. Maisie Williams went to great lengths to portray her character truthfully to the source material. Williams has come a great way since her Game of Thrones days, she has not just changed her looks, her personality but also the kind of roles she likes to do now. Quite recently, Maisie had the chance to play her beloved Game of Thrones character once again on the Warner Bros. video game MultiVersus, and she loved it.

Maisie appeared in the latest episode of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, where Fallon asks her about Arya trending on Twitter due to the newly released game. Maisie confessed even though she loves video games, she felt woefully underprepared for it. She guessed she would be recording lines for more of a quest-style game where Arya plays the young warrior she is. Instead, it turned out to be a battle game. And the next thing she found herself “cussing out other cartoon characters, like, “What’s up, Bugs Bunny?” She added, “It was kind of wild.”

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So far, only one character has been confirmed from Game of Thrones in the upcoming video game: Maisie Williams’ Arya Stark. It would be fun to see which other characters from Game of Thrones will make it to the final roster.

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  1. Mary Mays

    May 22, 2022 at 7:41 pm

    Hope House of the Dragons lives up to viewers expectations ???

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