"All of these petitions and things like that, I think it's disrespectful to the crew and the writers and the filmmakers who have worked tirelessly over 10 years, and for 11 months shooting the last season", Turner, who played Sansa Stark, told The New York Times.
The 32-year-old actress revealed in a new interview with Variety that she looked to history itself to prepare for Sunday's series finale. It's not like she's suddenly going to go, 'Okay, I'm gonna put a kettle on and put cookies in the oven and we'll just sit down and have a lovely time and pop a few kids out.' That was never going to happen.
Emilia said she felt "pressure" to pull off the speech and said it "almost killed" her.
Martin noted that he hears people asking whether his series have the same ending as the show or will it be different. What I was taught at drama school - and if you print this there will be drama school teachers going 'that's b*******,' but here we go: I was told that your character is right.
She told Variety: "In giving all these speeches in fake languages, I watched a lot of videos of - now it seems amusing - dictators and powerful leaders speaking a different language to see if I could understand what they were saying without knowing the language". And you can! You absolutely can understand what Hitler's f-ing saying, these single-focus orators speaking a foreign language.
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As we now know, this scene nearly perfectly mirrors what happened to Daenerys in the finale - in a metaphorical sense, at least.
Turner believes Daenerys' transformation as Mad Queen, a sore point for many viewers, was very much in line with the way show has constantly delivered shock twists and turns. "There was no one there, just a camera and green screen and an empty room".
"I walked onset, didn't need a rehearsal, and I got through the whole thing flawless on the first go", she spilled.
Clarke says that justifying Daenerys's actions wasn't easy. "I won't say when, I've tried that before, only to burn you all and jinx myself... but I will finish it, and then will come 'A DREAM OF SPRING.'" So there you have it. Sort of". But, she assures herself (and repeats in a later scene with Jon Snow), isn't that just a small collateral price to pay so Daenerys can finally break the wheel and "liberate" everyone in Westeros?