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Game Of Thrones Season 7: Swansong Is Coming!

In the wake of wrapping up the production of Game of Thrones season 7, actors give their take on it. We are not the only ones who are going to miss the show, turns out.

With the Game of Thrones season 7 heading into the post-production, there’s an air of void among few actors. Notably, Liam Cunningham aka Ser Davos Seaworth speaks poignantly of the culmination of the HBO fantasy drama. Considering the actors are done with their end of the bargain for the seventh season, they just have another one left. Liam has hard time getting into terms with the fact that the show will end soon – for him and the fans.

Game Of Thrones Season 7: Swansong

A show like no other with a whirlwind of dramatic events and mastery of film making is at its twilight now. The swansong is due for time being, yet the despair is rife. Matter of couple of months before the seventh season comes around. However, once it’s done there is only another one left before the show’s over. This scenario necessitates an air of skepticism that comes at the expense of fans and actors alike. Liam Cunningham, Alfie Allen and Jacob Anderson gave their views to Mashable.

Liam says that it’s like kicking a drug habit – letting go of the show. Turns out, the feeling is mutual with other actors on the set. Needless to say, the actors are having a tough time to come in terms with the ending in sight. There is a conspicuous representation of the “passage of time” in the upcoming season, Liam says, “I’m gonna miss it hugely.” Good ol’ pirate and a loyalist, Ser Davos of “not-so-popular” house Seaworth for you, ladies and gentlemen!

Let’s head to what the show’s eunuchs got to say, furthermore. Jacob Anderson, who plays Grey worm, is “panicking for the people”. The compassion with this guy eh! Anyway, he asserts that the things are coming to a close and that it’s “absolute chaos.” Besides, he likens the show’s current circumstances to a pressure cooker. Taking his word for it, Game of Thrones season 7 is bigger in comparison to its predecessor seasons.

Theon’s Puzzling Take

Theon’s take on what’s brewing for the upcoming season is as clear as mud, not water! He speaks in ways that are hard to comprehend. Characters that are yet to see each other so far in the show will do so, Alfie Says, “the characters will embark further together.” He signs of referring to the loyalties that the characters should examine in the seventh season. Speaking of loyalty, his character has absolutely no penchant for it, of course.

In the light of the actors’ statements, it’s safe to arrive at a conclusion that poignancy is for real. Liam feels it and so does Jacob and Alfie. All men must die and all shows must end too. The imperative question lies with the yearning for a satisfying end. Too many players in the equation and only one prize – Iron throne. Also, some have their eyes set on an even bigger picture. It’s only right that the show doesn’t disappoint when it comes around for its swansong. The show heads to its Winter and releases in time for the Summer of 2017. Valar morgulis.

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