• Google

    Sean Bean Has Revealed Ned Stark’s Final Words Before His ‘Game Of Thrones’ Death /Link

    All men must die, but those weren't Ned Stark's final words, according to the actor that portrayed him, Sean Bean.

    ned stark final words


    Game of Thrones became GAME OF THRONES on June 12, 2011, the night “Baelor” aired and Ned Stark died. The episode was shocking, violent, and the first of many times book readers were torn between looking at the TV and watching the reactions of the show-only viewers around them. The decapitation is also the catalyst for everything that’s happened on Thrones since, but there’s still one lingering question about the scene: What was Ned Stark whispering?


    It’s Game of ThronesLost In Translation moment — showrunners David Benioff and D. B. Weiss have remained mum on Ned’s final words, as has director Alan Taylor. But in an interview with The Huffington Post, actor Sean Bean finally spilled the beans like Ilyn Payne spilled Ned’s… well, you know.

    “[He was] just saying a prayer,” he said. “I couldn’t be too specific, because I don’t know if religion [like that] was around in those days, whatever they were. I just thought, ‘What would you do if this were really gonna happen?’ You probably would pray. You probably would murmur some words and you’d keep it quiet. You’d keep it to yourself.” Bean continued, “It was an interesting thing to do for me at that point. There’s not much you can do really, you’ve got your head on a block. That’s about the only thing you can do is murmur.”

    It was either a prayer, or “you know nothing, Jon Snow.” But Game of Thrones would get around to that one later (not that it isn’t forever applicable).

    (Via The Huffington Post)

    (@)Josh Kurp

    Published on 13 Mar 2018 at 06:44PM

    What Is A Solar Storm, And Is It Actually Dangerous? A Hidden Factor In Police Shootings Of Black Americans: Decades Of Housing Segregation Judd Apatow On The End Of ‘Love’ And Why A ‘Freaks And Geeks’ Revival Is Unlikely ‘Rise’ Can’t Do For High School Musicals What ‘Friday Night Lights’ Did For Football ‘Lil Boat 2’ Forces Us To See How Lil Yachty Has Grown Up So Fast The Scoreboard: Get Off Of Vince Staples’ You-Know-What Because Beyonce And Jay-Z Are Touring Together Again Breaking Down The Five Best NBA Draft Prospects In Each NCAA Tournament Region The Best And Worst Of WWE Raw 3/12/18: Suspending Disbelief Inside The Tokyo Restaurant Where You Can Earn Your Meal By Working We Asked A Whiskey Pro To Pick America’s Most Important Whiskey Bars Grace VanderWaal Returned To Her Roots For A Special, Intimate Concert Music Is A Healing Experience For Kyle Kyle Let Go Of The Facade And Found His Voice In The Process ned stark final words [avatar] [avatar] Uproxx Music’s March Showcase For The RX Features Haley Heynderickx At The Ace Hotel Jonathan Wilson Is A Cult Hero Who’s Worked With Father John Misty, But His Own Albums Are Genius Haley Heynderickx’s ‘I Need To Start A Garden’ Is An Utterly Brilliant Folk Debut Soccer Mommy On Her Tender, Insolent Indie Rock Debut And The Intricacies Of Her Songwriting Lucy Dacus Is Ready To Be Your Next Favorite Indie Rock Star A Conversation With David Byrne About His First Solo Album In 14 Years, ‘American Utopia’ Quantcast

  • Recent Posts