According to Maisie Williams, it was impossible to shoot alternative endings for “Game of Thrones” due to cost issues and time constraints.
The 22-year-old actress, who appeared on the HBO series as Arya Stark, dismissed suggestions that alternative endings were filmed for the final season of the fantasy series, and joked that the creators of the series were busy “the whole To spend money on dragons. ,
When asked about the rumors of the last season, Maisie told Metro.co.uk: “We didn’t [film an alternate ending], It costs so much money and the schedule was too tight. We spent all the money on dragons. ”
Maisie is aware of the negativity associated with the end of Game of Thrones, which ran from 2011 to last year.
And the actress, who starred alongside Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, and Sophie Turner, believes fans are simply intrigued by the idea that there is an alternative ending to the hit series.
She quipped, “I think people wish we did. But … we didn’t! So, this is your lot!”
Meanwhile, Lena Headey admitted that the end of ‘Game of Thrones’ made her “emotional”.
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The 45-year-old actress, who appeared in the drama series as Cersei Lannister, showed that she had been overwhelmed with emotion on the set of the award-winning show in recent days.
Lena, who made her Game of Thrones debut in 2011, said: “I knew this David [Benioff] and then [Weiss]Our creators gave speeches and gave all of these storyboard drawings.
“And in the end I suddenly became very emotional and tried to go down the stairs. They all rushed towards me and caught me. And then they made the speech and they really moved.”