In an interview, Peter Dinglage describes how difficult it was for him to say goodbye to the “Game of Thrones” series.
It was not easy for Peter Dinglage (52) to end the “Game of Thrones” (2011-2019) as an actor. Emphasizes the conversation with Graham Norton (58).
When asked about the end of the hit series, the actor, who played Tyrone Lannister, said: “It’s time to move on, it’s hard. Usually, the crew would not see each other for a few months until the next season was filmed. But this time it was different: “It was family. I lived in Ireland. It was not just a show for me, it was life so it was hard to say goodbye to it.”
“We took root there”
I had dingoge a few days ago And “New York Times” Talked about this difficult time. “My family was in Ireland for six months every year for ten years. We took root there and my daughter went to school there,” he explained. His daughter developed an Irish accent “from little Irish kids all day”.
He accepted the controversial ending
Dinklage first commented in an interview about the controversial ending of the series – it was the right time for him to end the story. “We had to stop there, because the show’s really good at breaking down preconceptions: villains become heroes, heroes become villains.”
But he also offered a theory that people would not ultimately want to fix it: “They wanted beautiful white people to go to sunset together.” And reminds fans with a laugh: “This is fiction, there are dragons in it. Overcome it.”
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