- This woman told two students to ‘speak English’ and people are not having it Friday 9:53 PM
- Iconic 1968 drag documentary ‘The Queen’ finally released on Netflix Friday 9:29 PM
- This TikTok account for Chancellor Palpatine is hilarious Friday 8:43 PM
- Did the Space Force logo rip off Star Trek? Friday 6:24 PM
- Disabled people with service dogs say Uber, Lyft drivers are denying them rides Friday 3:25 PM
- TikTok teen famous for greasy hair ends her 8-year reign Friday 2:48 PM
- Police handcuff brown man at subway station for carrying a toy gun Friday 1:20 PM
- Fake clip of Sanders quoting infamous ‘hot chip’ tweet is duping people online Friday 1:16 PM
- The Mars Volta’s Cedric Bixler-Zavala alleges Scientologists behind dog’s death Friday 12:46 PM
- Eminem responds to critics: ‘This album was not made for the squeamish’ Friday 12:42 PM
- ‘The poet, the poem’ meme takes iconic lines and turns them into art Friday 12:40 PM
- People are making dark memes about the coronavirus Friday 12:27 PM
- Trump camp’s ‘head on a pike’ impeachment threat hit with memes Friday 11:34 AM
- What is the #FreeBritney movement, and why is Cher tweeting about it? Friday 10:52 AM
- This YouTuber claims the Saudi government plotted to kidnap him on U.S. soil Friday 10:30 AM
The end of Game of Thrones is a long way off, but the ending itself has turned into its own mini-debate ever since HBO programming president Casey Bloys first suggested the idea of filming multiple endings to keep fans guessing. And now Hannah Murray, who’s been on Game of Thrones since season 2, has offered her own thoughts on the end of the show.
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Maisie Williams were both skeptical about the idea of multiple endings, and Emilia Clarke suggested that even she doesn’t know how the show ends. But Murray, who plays Gilly on the show, told the Daily Dot at Con of Thrones Saturday that she didn’t have any idea about the show filming multiple endings.
“So I only just heard that for the first time, just today,” she explained “I don’t—I was not under the impression that there were multiple endings, but I could be wrong and I could be being fooled and I could have [a] completely incorrect idea of how this season ends.”
We won’t have to face the end of Game of Thrones—both the show and the story—for a long time, but for Murray, it’s already come to an end.
“I finished filming, so I have already have had that kind of very emotional thing of it coming to an end,” she explained. “I mean, obviously, we’re going to do press and we’re all gonna be together at premieres and stuff, but it’s not gonna be the same as actually being on set. The big thing that I just felt very emotional about was the people. And I know I’m gonna keep in touch with some of them but not with everyone. It’s just that thing of going, ‘I’m just so used to coming back here every year and getting to hang out with this amazing cast and crew.’ And just not having that anymore is gonna be a real sadness, I think.”
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.