Lena Headey reflects on Cersei Lannister's arc in 'Game of Thrones'

Lena Headey reflects on Cersei Lannister's arc in 'Game of Thrones'

Lena Headey reflects on Cersei Lannister's arc in 'Game of Thrones'

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She said: 'The more we talked about it the more it seemed like the flawless end for her. [Cersei and Jaime] came into the world together and now they leave together. Instead, she could escape King's Landing and go on living her life elsewhere.

Daenerys and her brother Viserys were smuggled out of King's Landing, across the narrow sea to the Free Cities of Essos. "She's desperately unhappy and everything that's happened becomes more real than it ever has for her".

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In the same season, she also declares: "We will lay waste to armies and burn cities to the ground".

Looks like we're onto the next villain seated on the Iron Throne. The biggest bet is that she would move the capital to Dragonstone, the Targaryen ancestral seat. If you don't see a skull in the photo, you can assume that that character is still around... for now. "Eyes you'll shut forever". "They came into the world together and now they leave together". But did Robert Baratheon (played by Marky Addy) foresee Daenerys Targaryen's (Emilia Clarke) "Mad Queen" fate in season one?

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As for Daenerys, the narrative has now changed so much. She doesn't even have the Iron Throne, so first she has to decide where her seat of power will be (probably Dragonstone, although it's not particularly central). At least one of them has to live, right?

A third chipped in: "Arya fixing her list of names now that the Mad Queen has risen".

It all started because Dany had quickly discovered that Jon had betrayed her (by telling Sansa who told Tyrion who told Varys about Jon being the true heir), and she was beyond pissed. Seems like not everyone was happy with what she did (not the Internet and GOT fans, for sure).

This of course, left Cersei to fend for herself.

She most likely meant to deploy her remaining stores of wildfire to disrupt an invasion if and when the castle walls were breached by Dany's troops.

It's hard to tell where the show will go from here, but we know one thing's for sure.

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