Woah boy. Game Of Thrones fans, brace yourselves. As the final season approaches, the cast are starting to get a bit more loose lipped about the showâ€™s concluding episodes. And, we have to say, a lot of their comments donâ€™t sound like especially good news.
When asked how fans will react to season eightâ€™s ending, Conleth Hill, otherwise known as sinister spymaster Varys in the series, told Radio Times, â€œOh, f*** the fans.â€
Cool, cool, cool. Thanks for the appreciation of our support, Conleth!
â€œThat was a joke,â€ he clarified. â€œBut I donâ€™t know, I donâ€™t know if you can please everyone.â€
Um, okaaaaay. How about you, Bran? Fans are going to be hyped, right?
â€œNot everyoneâ€™s going to be pleased, because itâ€™s such a big show, and itâ€™s divisive,â€ agreed Isaac Hempstead-Wright.
â€œIâ€™m sure people will be moaning about something,â€ quipped Hill.
Seven hells! But, donâ€™t worry, itâ€™s not all negative. Hempstead-Wright went on to say, â€œI think we have wrapped it up as convincingly and honestly and as cleverly as we could hope.â€
â€œEveryone has a certain expectation, I guess,â€ Carice van Houten, who plays Red Priestess Melisandre, said.
â€œItâ€™s been building up so much. But [the ending]â€™s great, as well, itâ€™s going to surprise you.â€
â€œIt was all quite numbing,â€ gloomy Hill said. â€œFor us, because it was the end of 10 years.â€
â€œI think everyone would agree in terms of saying they think their character endings are just and are the best way to wrap the characters up,â€ Hempstead Wright concluded.
â€œEven if, God forbid, some of them might die.â€
Yeesh. So, basically, get ready to feel utterly miserable for six weeks when Game Of Thrones returns on April 14.