Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, otherwise known as Game of Thrones’ Jamie Lannister, visited Jimmy Kimmel on Tuesday night. The visit was to discuss the show’s profoundly foreseen series finale. At the point when Jimmy asked him his musings on the finale, Coster-Waldau clarified that he wrote the show’s makers. He wrote to David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, and let them know, “I don’t know how you did it, but I can’t imagine a better way of ending the show.”
Coster-Waldau wouldn’t give a lot many details of Game of Thrones concerning the show’s end. However, he admitted that the ending is “sad-isfying”. Jimmy endeavored to get him to break by testing some fan theories on him. For example, the hypothesis that “Jamie Lannister will kill his sister Cersei.” Unfortunately, Coster-Waldau didn’t surrender anything, reacting, “That’s a theory. It makes sense though if you think about it. In a lot of ways, yeah.”
The Internet has been detonating with fan theories about the series finale. Furthermore, Coster-Waldau clarified that a few fans aren’t excessively distant.
Afterward, he confessed to Jimmy that occasionally he has seen fan theories about Game of Thrones that are right. However, he’s never found any “who got the entire thing.”
THEORY: Ep1 we find everything destroyed, Ep2-5 are flashback-style recap of The Great War from all perspectives showing all favs dying horribly, Finale shows that EVERYONE is dead and Westeros goes back to a time before the Targaryen War of Conquest @GameOfThrones but why?😫😭 pic.twitter.com/WrMNBD36sN
— Kait Mackay (@kaitjoymack) April 2, 2019
While Coster-Waldau’s co-stars have been also tight-lipped about the show’s closure, Kit Harington affirmed to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show that Game of Thrones finishes on a pitiful note, clarifying he “blubbed his eyes out.”
Despite the fact that Coster-Waldau wouldn’t uncover how the show ends, he admitted that he’ll miss it when it’s gone: “You know that thing, you read a really good book. You get to the last ten pages and you’re like, ‘I’m going to wait til tomorrow,’” he said. “Because you know the minute you finish it just sucks.”