The "Game of Thrones" actress Lena Headey revealed that a deleted season 7 scene could have shed light on one of the biggest persistent questions of the finale.
[SPOILER ALERT: The rest of this article contains spoilers for the "Game of Thrones" finale.]
Headey's Cersei Lannister is among the names of characters that people spit out when it comes to complaints about the final season. Not only did he barely interact with other characters, but the character's pregnancy was also a bit of a question mark until his death. It was not clear if the child who claimed to have Jaime Lannister was a lie, lost or still in his lap.
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Speaking at a comic convention in Munich, Germany, Headey revealed that a scene eliminated in season 7 would answer all the burning questions from fans.
"We shot a scene that never entered season 7, where I lost the child. And it was really a traumatic and grandiose moment for Cersei and it never arrived," he revealed. a video sent by an apparent participant. "I would have liked to do it because I thought it would have served differently."
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Instead of the dramatic scene, Cersei argued about getting pregnant by Euron Greyjoy's daughter, leaving fans wondering if she had an elaborate bluff in progress. However, everything became a controversial point when the character was crushed under the castle of King's Landing during Daenerys Targaryen's notorious attack on the city and its people.
Initially, the star was rather reserved with his comments on the character he had been playing since 2011. However, in an interview with The Guardian, opened a little revealing that "he wanted a better death" for Cersei.
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"Obviously he dreams of your death," he told the outlet. "You could go in any way on that show. So I was a little bit gutted. But I think they couldn't have liked everyone. No matter what they did, I think there would have been a big fall from the climb."