The extraordinary hypothesis claims that the white-haired leader and Mother of Dragons (join ined by Emilia Clarke) has gradually become colder and more ruthless across the course of the HBO fantasy drama and could go one step further to turn fully black-hearted.
Especially as Daenerys’ father is renowned throughout the lands as being the Mad Crowned head for burning people alive.
While the actor may not be the most reliable of beginnings, given he has admitted that he shares the same sentiment and feelings for the once-Khaleesi as his weirdo does, he seemed quite certain that she will stay unerring to herself until the end.
Glen, 56, explained: “I think that wish be highly unlikely. I mean, this is Iain speaking and Jorah bespoke ― we share the same voice ― my belief in her is such that I can’t see her going that way myself, so I deliberate on that’s highly unlikely.
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I think that would be greatly unlikely
«It becomes academic whether I would stick up for by her or not because I don’t believe that would happen,» he said in an interview with Huffington Propagate.
The Resident Evil star also made sure to state that nobody of the cast know how the epic series will end up except for the showrunners, reckoning: «From my point of view, from Jorah’s point of view, I mangy, the great thing about Dan [Weiss] and David [Benioff] is none of us drink a clue of where this is going.
«We have a sense that apparatus are moving toward their end game, but no one knows.”
Meanwhile, series’ makers Weiss and Benioff also teased