Game of Thrones actor Emilia Clarke starts laughing when asked about the final series, claiming it is the 'best season ever'.
| UPDATED:05:46, Mon, Sep 23, 20190Despite being beaten to the title of Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama series by Killing Eve’s Jodie Comer,actress Emilia Clarke was reeling from the show’s success. The actress was quick to defend the series as she revealed she thought the show’s backlash was ‘flattering’.
Related articlesGame of Thrones Emmys George RR Martin NEVER thought show could workSpeaking to Variety, the Daenerys star began: “You know what? It was profoundly flattering is what it was.“Because when someone cares that much that they’re ready to make such a noise about how they believe the characters should’ve been finished and how the story should’ve gone that’s just enormously flattering.
“That just shows how much everybody loved it.”The Emmy nominated actress went on to discuss her bittersweet feelings towards wrapping up the final season.READ MORE: Game of Thrones: The Daenerys star spoke out about the finale backlash during Sunday's Emmy awards
(Image: GETTY * SKY)Game of Thrones: Emilia Clarke described the backlash as 'profoundly flattering'(Image: GETTY)Game of Thrones Emmys: George RR Martin 'relieved' HBO show endedShe added: “We’ve had enough space now since filming, since it coming out, since the premiere, and all of that stuff.
“It’s been all of these different stages. Now, here we are and it feels like everyone’s had some time to cool down a little bit.”The star went on to rule out the possibility of a reunion, revealing the cast gave everything they had to give in the past eight seasons of the record-breaking hit.
The star went on: “I honestly don’t think that you would have a crew or a cast alive to do another couple seasons,” she said.Game of Thrones: Peter Dinklage won Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series(Image: GETTY)“We put our absolute heart and soul, blood, sweat, and tears, muscle, brain energy, everything into this and I feel like everybody’s families are like ‘thank God, you’re done. We can get everyone back.'”
Meanwhile, Emilia’s co-star Peter Dinklage, who played Tyrion won his fourth Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series, making him the only Game of Thrones performer to win an acting Emmy during the show’s run.The show lead the way this evening with a staggering 32 nominations.
Meanwhile, the author of the original books George RR Martin has revealed what he would change about the show. Read more: Daily Express »
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She can say what she wants, it was lazy writing there is no getting away from it. it started off ok, but then it was rushed beyond belief and it showed. I know the writers and directors wanted to get onto pastures new, but come on, all that build up and it was such a let down. got had the worst finale ever!
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