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Game of Thrones has concluded for a while now, but its characters have undoubtedly stayed in the hearts of the actors and actresses involved.
During her latest interview with the Guardian, Lena Headey admitted that she, too, had her reservations about how the series ended, especially with her character ‘Queen Cersei’.
“I’ve got a few of my own gripes. But I haven’t sat down drunkenly with David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] yet,” she quipped.
She also revealed wanting a better death for ‘Cersei’ and said she was “kind of gutted.” However, she also conceded that it was impossible for the producers to please everyone.
During the last season of the show, many key characters perished, including ‘Cersei’ and her lover ‘Jaime Lannister’. They died in each other’s arms as the castle in ‘King’s Landing’ collapsed.
Headey is not the only one who wanted a better ending for her role. Earlier, Maisie Williams also admitted she wanted her character ‘Arya’ to have a more exciting end killing ‘Cersei’ even if it meant she might die in the process. Instead, ‘Arya’ had a happier ending voyaging on her own. At least she was not killed in the rubble.