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One of Game of Thrones’ most beloved characters had their final moment teased back in season six.The HBO show – which drew to a conclusion last month – presented a hopeful ending for the living Stark children, including Sansa and Bran, in its controversial finale.The last we saw of Arya (Maisie Williams), she had shunned the idea of returning to Winterfell. Instead, she boarded a boat headed west to see what lies beyond Westeros – a moment that was hinted way back in season six.In the eighth episode, titled “No One”, Arya happened upon a travelling acting group led by Lady Crane (Essie Davis). She took a shine to Arya who, after offering her a place to rest after being stabbed by the Waif, asks her to join her group on their travels. Arya, though, has other plans.Crane asks her where she’ll go instead and Arya says: “Essos is east and Westeros is west, but what’s west of Westeros? Nobody [knows]. That’s where all the maps stop.”After Crane tells her she’ll likely come across ‘the edge of the world,” Arya – clearly excited by this prospect - says: “I’d like to see that.”It’s a small, but nice moment – pointed out by a Reddit user – that will no doubt provide a kick to fans when re-watching the show for the knowledge that Arya will go on to fulfil this wish.Last week, Richard Madden \- who played Robb Stark - revealed he was glad to be one of the earlier stars to leave the show.You can find a ranking of every single Game of Thrones character – from worst to best – here.Game of Thrones is available to watch on NOW TV.
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Richard Madden has revealed he was glad to be one of the earlier stars to leave Game of Thrones.The actor played Robb Stark on the HBO series up until its third season in 2013. He reflected upon the twist during an interview with Amy Adams as part of Variety‘s Actors on Actors feature.“It was such a hard thing to finish because from first pilot to my death was five years,” he said. “But five years was a great time to be on the show. It helped me so much with my career and experience. I learned a lot from shooting 30 hours of television. You really start to learn the trade doing that. And then I was thankful to leave it.”He added: “The actors [who made it to the end] must be 11 years into playing these characters. Give these guys some medals, because that is a marathon.”Madden previously recalled “sobbing” so much on the flight home after filming his character’s death scene that other passengers were forced to move seats.“I looked like I’d murdered someone and got on that flight which, in fact, I hadn’t – I’d been murdered,” he told GQ.The Bodyguard star – who is hotly tipped to become the next Bond \- is rumoured to have signed up to star in new Marvel film The Eternals alongside Angelina Jolie and Kumail Nanjiani.You can find a ranking of every single Game of Thrones character – form worst to best – here.
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Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has revealed his one hope following his character's controversial ending.While Jaime Lannister failed to make it out of the HBO series alive, things could have ended very differently had he decided to stay in Winterfell with Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie).Instead, he opted to return to King's Landing and ended up dying while holding his sister and lover Cersei (Lena Headey) as the walls of the Red Keep caved in around them.Their death scene was met with criticism from fans who felt that the characters should have been handed a more memorable ending.Coster-Waldau, though, feels very differently. "The whole world is falling down around them – it's a poetic thing," he told the Making Game of Thrones website."When we were done filming, it was so emotional – more so than my last scene. My hope for those final moments between Cersei and Jaime, is that even though people want her dead, it still leaves a sour taste in their mouth."Following the finale, HBO broadcast behind-the-scenes documentary The Last Watch, which showed the precise moment the cast discovered Arya would kill the Night King.Read our review of the Game of Thrones finale here. You can find our ranking of every character – from worst to best – here.
Emilia Clarke has hailed a group of Game Of Thrones fans as "heroes", afterthey raised more than £78,000 to help her charity