Game of Thrones season 8: Nathalie Emmanuel says Missandei’s episode 4 moment will have ‘scary’ repercussions for Cersei Lannister

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The actor who performs the most recent Game of Thrones character to exit the present has spoken out about their grotesque dying scene.

*Main spoilers beneath – you will have been warned*

With simply two episodes left earlier than the HBO reveals reaches its climax, showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss killed off yet one more character.

This time, it was Missandei’s flip to die. The character, first launched in season three as a slave who was later freed by Daenerys, was performed by British star Nathalie Emmanuel who praised her dying scene as “implausible”.

The second in query arrived after she was taken prisoner by Euron Greyjoy and Cersei Lannister shortly after arriving in King’s Touchdown.

With Dany and her lover Gray Worm (Jacob Anderson, who has described the twist as “heartbreaking”) watching on, Missandei has her head chopped off by The Mountain – not earlier than shouting her ultimate phrase: “Dracarys.”

“I assumed it was a implausible scene,” Emmanuel informed Entertainment Weekly. “I’ve mentioned in so many interviews that I don’t thoughts if I die; I’m simply pleased to be right here and be part of the present. However I simply wished it to be actually cool and a second that folks bear in mind and I really feel like they actually give me that second. I’m so pleased that she has that sort of exit.”

She added that Missandei’s dying will ”push Daenerys to a scary degree.“

Emmanuel additionally revealed her one large remorse was not attending to do any combat scenes.

“There’s part of me that’s a bit unhappy Missandei didn’t throw down within the battle,“ she mentioned. “I might have cherished to see [her] combating.”

 

The newest episode featured a scene involving Brienne of Tarth which have prompted fans to accuse the episode’s writers – showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss – of “hitting ne lows” 

 

The present shall be out there on Sky Atlantic and NOW TV in the UK.  

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