Game of Thrones one of the most popular and heartbreaking TV Shows in history still gives chill moments to their fans. It’s been three years since Game of Thrones wrapped up their saga and Bran Stark managed to conquer all seven kingdoms.
But fans still remember how the last season sabotaged their expectations and created a new route that shocked the fans inside out. Even the petition launched to re-do the season and trended on Twitter for a long time.
After three years, Peter Dinklage played wise Tyrion Lannister in the award-winning series and the most lovable character of the series as well.
As he quotes, “move on” from the Game of Thrones finale, as he believes the series did a good job of “subverting” people’s expectations.”
No doubt, it did subvert the people’s whole expectations in every manner.
Peter Dinklage wants people to move on from the Game of Thrones finale
Recently Peter has spoken about the petition and people’s still rant about the Game of Thrones finale which created chaos all over the internet. He shared, “They wanted the pretty white people to ride off into the sunset together. By the way, it’s fiction. There are dragons in it. Move on.”
The actor stated that “the fantasy collection was good at “subverting” viewer expectations and stated he notably appreciated the scenes by which a dragon burned the iron throne – because it signaled that no one could be topped King or Queen of Westeros on the finish of the collection.”
He added, “No, but the show subverts what you think, and that’s what I love about it. Yeah, it was called Game of Thrones, but at the end, the whole dialogue when people would approach me on the street was, ‘Who’s going to be on the throne?’ I don’t know why that was their takeaway because the show was more than that.”
No one can forget the huge disappointment Game of Thrones season 8 was for the audience.
Shut Up! – Peter Dinklage
Peter continued, “One of my favorite moments was when the dragon burned the throne as a result of its type of simply killed that complete dialog, which is de facto irreverent and sort of good on behalf of the present’s creators: ‘Shut up, it is not about that.’
They constantly did that, where you thought one thing and they delivered another. Everybody had their own stories going on while watching that show, but nobody was as good as what the show delivered, I think.”
He even advised New York Times, “I think the reason there was some backlash about the ending is because they were angry at us for breaking up with them.”
He added, “We had been going off the air they usually did not know what to do with their Sunday nights anymore. They needed extra so that they backlashed about that. We needed to finish once we did, as a result of what the present was good at was breaking preconceived notions: Villains turned heroes, and heroes turned villains.
It was the right time. No less, no more. You don’t want to wear out your welcome, although I’m not sure that show could have.”
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