Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister in Game of Thrones (Source: Reproduction)
While some may have overcome the past, it seems that not everyone was. The story of Game of Thrones, a cultural phenomenon that broke the hearts and collective minds of the internet in 2019, once again surfaced.
The tragic ending of the show for Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) was a sore point for many fans; a point that condemned the cast and crew to answer questions about the end of the program for the rest of their careers. Even Peter Dinklage, who lived Tyrion Lannister on the HBO show when interviewed by the New Yorker about a new adaptation by Cyrano de Bergerac, did not escape the issues.
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In the interview, Dinklage is open to talking about many different things, from the punk band he co-founded at university to the challenge of earning a career on stage as an older actor. But no matter how much Dinklage may want to discuss life after Game of Thrones, many people will read the interview to hear their opinions about the end of the series.
And when asked his opinion of the public's reaction, Dinklage objected, "Everyone always has an opinion, and that means ownership of it," he explained. "It's like breaking up with someone."
While Peter Dinklage sympathizes with those who have formed a personal connection with the character Emilia Clarke played on the show, he also points out that his actions have come out of nowhere:
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"This happens. Monsters are created. And you don't see it coming. We voted them in office. You look the other way. So for everyone to be upset because they loved a character so much and had a lot of faith in that person, there were signs all the time for that character. ”