When HBO's seminal fantasy series "Game of Thrones" is wrapped up in its finalized final season, the show inevitably ends with a slew of deaths for some of its signature characters, including Lena Headey's embattled Queen Cersei, who ended her eight-season run in tragic
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King's Landing, 1965 years of threats, Headey's Cersei finally settled in the bowels of the city, clinging to her brother and lover Jaime as everything li terally collapsed around them. It was quick, sad, and a touch confusing, and perhaps not the best way to send two of the series' most complex characters.
In a new interview with The Guardian, Headey has admitted that she has her "own gripes "with the way the series wrapped. She told the outlet, "I've been watching my favorite characters. And I've got a few of my own gripes. But I did not sat down drunkly with David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] yet. "
Asked what she would tell the showrunners during said drinking outing, and the British actress was succinct:" I will say I wanted a better death. "She added," Obviously, you dream of your death. You could go in any way on that show. So I was kind of a good guy. "
She's almost finished with her own character.
Charles Dance, who played Cersei's father Tywin Lannister.
Charles Dance, who played Cersei's father Tywin Lannister , admitted the show's final "confused" him. Conleth Hill, who starred as Varys on the series, went viral last month for saying he felt the "last couple seasons" of the show were frustrating. For her part, Maisie Williams said she was sad that she had not got it.
And yet, for all the backlash – including a fan-launched petition demanding that the final season be remade – at least Headey is still a measured outlook on the show's conclusion. As they told The Guardians of the show's creators, "But I just think they could not have had everyone. No matter what they did,
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