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Entertainment Sean Bean only just found out how Game of Thrones ends

23:45  03 june  2021
23:45  03 june  2021 Source:   gamesradar.com

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Sean Bean has only watched Game of Thrones season 1. The hit HBO series ended in May 2019 after eight seasons – *spoilers* years of fighting, blood, and dragon fire, saw the leaders of Westeros choose Bran Stark, Ned's youngest son, as King, while also granting independence to the North (AKA the Starks ancestral home). Ned's oldest daughter, Sansa, is named Queen in the North – things work out pretty well for the surviving members of a family plagued by bad luck (to put it lightly) throughout the series.

Sean Bean only played Ned Stark for one season on Game of Thrones , but he cast a long shadow over the series. Several of his children died, but others lived to see the end of the tale, and the kingdom he ruled over in the name of the king — the North — ended up emancipating itself from the rest of It’s always funny to hear that an actor didn’t watch the thing they were a part of, but it shouldn’t be, because it’s a job and not actually their life. Also, Bean was only on the show for one season, so it makes sense he’d check out after that; guy’s busy. Also, good to know the man who played Ned Stark approves of

Sean Bean, star of Game of Thrones season 1, only just found out how Game of Thrones ends, because of course he did. The actor, who played doomed patriarch Ned Stark, revealed he hadn't bothered to keep up with the events of the show after his character was killed off at the end of season 1.

a close up of Sean Bean wearing a costume: Sean Bean in Game of Thrones © Provided by Total Film Sean Bean in Game of Thrones

The hit HBO series ended in May 2019 after eight seasons – *spoilers* years of fighting, blood, and dragon fire, saw the leaders of Westeros choose Bran Stark, Ned's youngest son, as King, while also granting independence to the North (AKA the Starks ancestral home). Ned's oldest daughter, Sansa, is named Queen in the North – things work out pretty well for the surviving members of a family plagued by bad luck (to put it lightly) throughout the series.

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Related: How Will Game Of Thrones End In The Books? While held prisoner by Daenerys, Tyrion lamented that Varys had been right, and this goes further than simply Varys' realization that Daenerys would be a dangerous queen. Varys once told Tyrion that "power resides where men believe it resides, no more and no less." The Iron Throne was ultimately just a metal chair, and Targaryen and Baratheon blood is just blood; these things only had power because people believed that they did. When the assembled lords and ladies of Westeros are uncertain of who should be king, Tyrion points out that

Sean Bean , star of Game of Thrones season 1, only just found out how Game of Thrones ends , because of course he did. The actor, who played doomed …

However, when asked by The Times if he'd seen the final episode of the show, Bean replied: "No. What happened?" Journalist Ed Potton was reluctant to answer, suggesting that Bean may want to watch it eventually. "I'll have forgotten by then," he replied. "Go on." And his reaction to finally finding out the events of the finale? "So did Winterfell stay separate? Oh, good for them."


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Since Game of Thrones, Bean has starred in Snowpiercer, the Netflix small-screen adaptation of Bong Joon-ho's 2013 movie of the same name, as well as appearing in movies like The Martian, Jupiter Ascending, and the Oscar-nominated animated flick Wolfwalkers.

He's no stranger to fantasy franchises, either – prior to Thrones, he played Boromir in the Lord of the Rings movies. When comparing the roles of Ned and Boromir, he said Ned was a little easier as there was less homework required – Tolkien built an extremely rich and complex world, after all. “Yeah, it was a much earthier role,” Bean told The Times. “Also, we established that we would work on an accent that was similar to mine [for Ned]. So that also gave it that extra weight.”

If (unlike Mr. Bean) you've already seen Game of Thrones, fill out your watch list with our picks of the best TV shows of 2020 while we wait for House of the Dragon to arrive on HBO.

Game of Thrones' George RR Martin says book series will end 'differently' .
"You'll see my ending."Earlier this year, the writer shared an encouraging update on The Winds of Winter, having not published 'A Song of Ice and Fire' sequel since A Dance with Dragons in 2011.

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