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EntertainmentGame Of Thrones' Bran Stark Actor Defends Show’s Ending, But Admits He Thought It Was 'A Joke'

03:10  22 may  2019
03:10  22 may  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Game of Thrones has come to an end , with Bran Stark being named King of the Six Kingdoms and Daenerys Targaryen being murdered by her nephew “I genuinely thought it was a joke script and that [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] sent to everyone a script with their own character

Game Of Thrones' Bran Stark Actor Defends Show’s Ending, But Admits He Thought It Was 'A Joke'© lanacion.com Isaac as Bran

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Isaac Hempstead Wright – aka Bran Stark, First of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Six Kingdoms, and Protector of the Realm – has shared his thoughts on the Game Of Thrones finale.

And while he has (naturally) defended the decision to have Bran named King, the actor has admitted that he thought the plot twist was a giant prank.

Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, he explained: “I genuinely thought it was a joke script and that showrunners [David Benioff and D.B. Weiss] sent to everyone a script with their own character ends up on the Iron Throne.”

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I don’t think anybody will think it ’s predictable and that’s as much as you can hope for. Bran Stark has always been pretty meme-worthy, but his fan playfulness with his odd character went While most of the show ’ s actors have said they felt pressure to protect final season spoilers, Hempstead-Wright

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Isaac added that he thought, “Oh yeah, good one guys” before saying: “Oh shit, it’s actually real?”

Addressing the reaction to the ending, Isaac continued: “It’s so difficult to finish a series as popular as this without pissing some people off.

“There’s going to be a lot of broken hearts. It’s bittersweet.”

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' It ' s actually real?' Game Of Thrones star Isaac Hempstead Wright admitted he thought the final script was a JOKE as he lent sympathy to unhappy fans in an interview with Entertainment Weekly on Sunday (pictured in New York City, April 2019). He told Entertainment Weekly: 'I genuinely thought it

“I genuinely thought it was a joke script and that [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] sent to everyone a script with their own character ends up Wright told Page Six at the premiere of the final season that he ’ s excited for life after the show ends . “ It literally feels like I finished school again or

“I mean, he’s disabled, what’s he gonna do? Is he gonna jump up and run around, get a sword and suddenly do acrobatics?” Isaac asked. “And his powers as the Three-Eyed Raven basically don’t really allow him to interfere with things that much. I think that’s the very point of a Three-Eyed Raven.

“The reason there is a Three-Eyed Raven who is so weird and so calm is because their job is to observe, it’s not to start interfering with things, and that’s made pretty clear by the previous Three-Eyed Raven who goes, ‘You can’t mess with the past.’

“Cause you see what happens when you do, there’s the whole Hodor scene.”

Game Of Thrones' Bran Stark Actor Defends Show’s Ending, But Admits He Thought It Was 'A Joke'© Jeff Kravitz via Getty Images The Stark siblings

The Game Of Thrones finale saw Bran win the Iron Throne (which was actually melted by Drogon, so there was no technically throne left) after Daenerys Targaryen was killed by her former lover Jon Snow.

Jon ended the episode by being banished to the Night’s Watch – what they’re watching now is not entirely clear – and Sansa became Queen Of The North, after calling for it to be independent again.

The fourth remaining Stark sibling, Arya, turned her back on Westeros to sail further west in uncharted waters.

In the wake of the finale airing, Daenerys actress Emilia Clarke has revealed one thing she would change the final instalment.

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