Game of Thrones : the interpreter of Jaime Lannister promises an epic finale and dante

Cinema 21 June, 2018






Little by little, the actors of ‘Game Of Thrones’ end-of-shoot their last scenes. Necessarily, the reactions of the performers sweep across the canvas.

The ultimate end of Game of Thrones is surely one of the best kept secrets in the world. This is not for nothing that the show runners of the series, determined to ensure that person does not reveal the conclusion of the show, would have made the wise decision to turn a shovelful of alternative endings.

Anyway, at a time when every piece of text, photograph, poster, or interview is balanced on the canvas, a horde of speculators and fans pounces like a pack of hungry lions to dissect the smallest details. Normal, therefore, that the end of Game of Thrones is as well-guarded as the secrets of the Vatican.


You are spoils, you die !


Now, nearly eight years (yes, already), the audience live to the rhythms of intrigue and twists and turns of the saga. Emilia Clarke, an emblematic figure of Daenerys (queen of dragons, blah), that love to comment on the lesser doings of the series, had already expressed a few days ago about the surprise ending of the show, commenting : “no one can doubt that it will happen”.

Today, it is the turn from Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, the interpreter of Jaime Lannister, to admit to the micro Variety his feelings on the end of the saga. The actor, who has nearly shot its last scenes has praised the talents of the creators of the series (David Benioff and D. B. Weiss) to the journalists of the magazine :


.@nikolajcw praises his #GameOfThrones cast members: ‘We haven’t had any a–holes. It’s quite something’ #VarietyStudio at #CannesLions presented by @inscapetv | @ispottv

— Variety (@Variety) June 20, 2018


“They could not do a better job than this one to conclude the end of our story. We have worked even harder than the last time. We have probably spent twice as much time to turn these last six episodes than the last two seasons. All the money provided by the studios, went into production, nothing has been set aside.”

Understand between the lines that the show runners have put all the means imaginable (just like the bigwigs behind) for the last few episodes are also impressive, stunning and memorable as possible. The big show, in fact ! According to IndieWire, each of these episodes would have cost $ 15 million.

The season 8 of Game of Thrones will be aired in April 2019 on HBO.