'Goodbye Game of Thrones': Cast pay tribute to game changing series
10 July 2018, 12:59 | Santos Harmon
Maisie Williams has wrapped filming in Game Of Thrones
"What a joy I've had". In lieu of a heartfelt goodbye, Kit Harington simply went off and got married (to his one-time co-star Rose Leslie); Sophie Turner dyed her hair blonde (Sansa Stark is famously ginger) and is about to get married; and Gwendoline Christie is a model now.
Maisie Williams has played Arya Stark since Game of Thrones first aired on HBO in 2011. "Here's to the adventures to come". Couple it with the bloody shoes and you've got the flawless recipe to keep rabid fans busy for however long it takes "Game of Thrones" to come back to our television sets and finally finish its epic story.
The #LastWomanStanding hashtag could be something as simple as Williams being the last of the women on set, as filming concludes on the series.
Maisee Williams, the middle child who turned badass in Game of Thrones has definitely turned badass in real life too! Does this just mean that she was the last actress on the show to wrap production? Luckily, we have Maisie Williams' Instagram account. She wrote, "Queen", followed by a crown emoji.
But others questioned whether it was a massive spoiler revealing Arya Stark's fate, hinting that she could have overthrown Cersei Lannister for the coveted Iron Throne.
With the long wait ahead for the final season, Game of Thrones' creators have been using multiple ways to prevent storylines from reaching the public, including filming multiple endings for the series finale and likely keeping secrets from the cast.
Perhaps more intriguing were the hashtags that Williams used in her message.
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