Cersei Lannister gained enemies of the army for the eight seasons of the Game of Thrones, and had many different theories about how he would eventually come to an end. Military defeat, murder, dragon fire, or even birth. It was a stone. Literary Rock. She died in the hands of the man who loved her, her brother Jaime.
Some fans, understandable, were angry.
"I'll say I wanted a better death," she told Guardian in an interview published on Sunday. "You obviously dream of your death," she said. [Headey] previously told Entertainment Weekly that although he wanted something bigger for the hero's finishing touches, Nikolay Koster-Waldau, who played Jaime Lannister on the show, had convinced her that this was a good end for the couple . The more we talked about, the more it seemed to her the ideal end, "she told EW. "They entered the world together and now they are leaving together."
In an interview with The Guardian, she admits it will always be difficult to finish the show in a way that satisfies everyone.
"I just think they would not be able to satisfy everyone," she said. "No matter what they did, I think there would be some great comedy on the climb."
However, it was a quiet step for a woman who had ruthlessly separated from the personal tragedies to the Iron Throne.
"You can somehow go to this show, so I was gutted," she said.