Singapore — HBO's 'Game of Thrones' returned for its eighth and final season, but not without a bucket full of witty quotes to savour.
It was about 4pm in London, late February at Corinthia Hotel, where myself and tens of other journalists were packed in a suite; we were awaiting for the arrival of Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams, who played Sansa Stark and Arya Stark respectively in HBO’s acclaimed series, ‘Game of Thrones’. Filmed around the year-end of 2009, ‘Game of Thrones’ debuted in 2011 on HBO with great fanfare. Based on the beloved ‘The Song of Fire & Ice’ book series by George R. R. Martin, it is said to have sold 90 million copies worldwide. We spoke to the leading ladies on how they felt about the last chapter ending, being unprofessional on set and their best advice to their younger selves.
The new – and final – season of Game of Thrones will arrive on April 14, it’s been confirmed in a teaser from HBO. But as these things often are, it’s been accompanied by a truly devastating fan theory. The eerie clip shows Jon Snow, Arya Stark and Sansa Stark in the crypt of Winterfell, usually a place for quiet reflection with the effigies of their ancestors. They gaze upon the statues that will one day immortalise them, as they did their father Ned, mother Catelyn and aunt Lyanna, Jon’s real mother.
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