Former Game of Thrones star Charles Dance, who played Tywin Lannister in the early days of the series, has spoken out about the show's controversial finale.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, Dance explained how he was "confused" by the show's finale. “I have watched as much as I can because there are characters like Daenerys, her character, my character, we never met at all, so we would only meet at press junkets and things,” revealed Dance. “I wanted to know what was happening to these characters."
He continued, "It got to the very end and I thought, ‘Hmm... OK’... There’s little Arya (Maisie Williams) going off on a cruise somewhere, poor Jon’s (Kit Harington) gone back up North beyond the wall and then there is Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), and all the people left alive are sat around the table. So well, what are we going to do now? Shall we have a cup of tea or something? I thought, ‘Ah, I don’t know.’"
As for who he wanted to see rule the realm, Dance confessed it would've been "brilliant" to see Tyrion become king, despite the fact his character murdered Tywin in the show's fourth season.
Alongside Dance's less-than-impressed review, there have been plenty of the show's other big names who've expressed their support or disappointment for the finale. Sophie Turner and Jacob Anderson both slammed the idea of a remake, which was put forth by an incredibly popular petition. Former star Jason Momoa angrily reacted to Daenerys' fate and Isaac Hempstead Wright originally thought the script was a joke.
(via Huffington Post)