Emilia Clarke Told Her Mom the Ending of 'Game of Thrones'

Iain Glen as Jorah Mormont and Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen. Courtesy HBO

Iain Glen as Jorah Mormont and Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen. Courtesy HBO

After HBO announced 14th April as the release date of GoT's season 8, the world wide web has been putting out leaks and spoilers (albeit fake) to kill the joy in every religious follower of the highly popular fantasy-drama show.

The much awaited new trailer of the popular television series Game of Thrones is finally out.

Among the shots: Jon Snow (Kit Harington) reuniting with Arya Stark (Maisie Williams) in the Winterfell godswood, together for the first time since season 1.

Any Game of Thrones fan worth their sword knows that when Cersei Lannister bows out of a big event, trouble is sure to follow.

With no signs of life, all that remains are weapons strewn on the ground, including what appear to be the golden hand of Jaime Lannister and Jon Snow's sword. OH. He's a Technical Targ, so if Jon Snow ends up King of Westeros, well, then a Targaryen is once again ruling. You're not supposed to climb on it-there are a few security guards milling about keeping an eye out for any ambitious free solo types-but you are encouraged to take all the selfies you want.

The battle hasn't happened yet, but it looks like the war is already lost.

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With the show famous for its unpredictable twists and turns, the trailers have left fans even more impatient for the show's penultimate season, and more afraid than ever for their favourite characters.

At first she was having none of it, explaining to host Jimmy Fallon (would you believe): "I've chose to just keep a tight lip on everything".

She told the publication: "Just when all my childhood dreams seemed to have come true, I almost lost my mind and then my life".

Here comes the spoiler; "When I found out that Arya died in like the second episode, I was".

Williams begins with the prepared answer you'd expect; emotional final days on set, sad to say goodbye to the cast, etc. We then cut to him and Dany leading Winterfell's army. "I just walked out; it should've been raining, it was that kind of a moment".

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