Lena Headey Comments On “Game Of Thrones” Episode 5
THAT WAS IT?!
Lena Headey, the actress who breathed life into an incorrigible “Game Of Thrones” character is talking on the newest episode of that included that semi-shocking, principally disappointing scene in King’s Landing.
Ding dong, Cersei’s DEAD.
In the penultimate episode of the sequence, Cersei’s world crumbled (actually) and he or she was squashed within the rubble whereas being comforted by her brother-lover Jamie. According to Lena Headey whose performed ‘Thrones’ resident incestuous poisonous trash for eight seasons, she was at first shocked that Cersei’s finish can be cold.
After chatting along with her costar Nikolaj Coster-Waldau a.okay.a. Jamie Lannister, nonetheless, she thought it was becoming that Cersei’s remaining moments can be along with her twin. Jamie did say that he “wanted to die in the arms of the woman he loves”, proper?
“I wanted her to have some big piece or fight with somebody,” Headey advised Entertainment Weekly. “The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the perfect end for her. They came into the world together and now they leave together.”
“I think the important thing is that Jaime had a chance at freedom [with Brienne] and finally liberated himself from Cersei, which I think the audience will be thrilled about,” Headey provides. “I think the biggest surprise is he came back for her. Cersei realizes just how she loves him and just how much he loves her. It’s the most authentic connection she’s ever had. Ultimately they belong together.”
She additionally advised Entertainment Weekly that whereas Cersei was babbling and crying about “not wanting to die” she finally “made peace” along with her destiny. She additionally added that Cersei was clearly in full denial.
“The Red Keep has never fallen?” Sure, Cersei.
“She starts off in this final season trapped in a web of her own making, as is usual with Cersei,” Headey says. “She’s desperately unhappy and everything that’s happened becomes more real than it ever has for her. She starts to lose control of the situation. She’s destroyed every good alliance, connection, love in her life — she was always destined to be alone. And until the very, very last minute, she is, as ever, in denial of what’s actually happening.”
Headey additionally mirrored on her favourite scenes through the years;
“I had a lot of great ones — that one with Mark Addy [Robert Baratheon] back in the first season,” she says. “Those early scenes with Tyrion where you saw their relationship develop. The stuff with Sophie early on. Everything that shaped these characters. The scene where she tells her father that her and Jaime were lovers. We had some great stuff. I love the juicy dark emotional moments.”
We HAVE to present Lena props for making Cersei Lannister one of the crucial hated villains of all instances. She looks like a stunning individual, a pointy distinction to the now King’s Landing rubble rot that’s now Queen Cersei.
Give her ALL the awards for her wonderful work.
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