Emilia Clarke made it clear that you did not like the end of Game of Thrones

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One of the protagonists of the successful series, referred to its end and expressed his displeasure with the direction they gave to his character.

26 Mar 2020 16:40By: canalrcn.com

This article contains spoilers.

“Game of Thrones” or “Game of Thrones” it is, without a doubt, one of the most successful series in the history of television. The series produced by HBO and written by George R. R. Martin won 47 Emmy awards in his first seven seasons, and managed to captivate more than 19 million viewers in his final episode.

Despite the evident success that meant this series, based on the books of Martin, and from the large amount of people who saw the final episode, lat the conclusion of the series divided to all her fans around the world; a few the loved, the other… not so much.

Perhaps, the outcome is more controversial, was the one who lived “Daenerys Targaryen”, played by Emilia Clarke. This woman, destined to stay with the Iron Throne, little by little, during the last few chapters of the eighth season, began to succumb to the power and became the be ruthless of that always sought to protect the people.

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In this regard, in an interview with the Sunday Times, Emilia showed his displeasure and said that “Yes, what I felt for her. I really felt for her” referring to the fatal outcome that had his character.

In addition to referring to “Daenerys”, the actress expressed that, in his opinion, “the last season of the series was rushed. They could have lengthened a little more.”

On the end, George R. R. Martin explained that the initial idea was to finish the series with three films, in cinema. “It was discussed seriously four or five years ago”. In addition, he explained that he suggested to the creators of the series that the series will end differently to the product that had been created on television.

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