Game of Thrones season 8: Jaime Lannister’s White Walker fate sealed ‘They will do it’


Jaime Lannister is aggregate the favourites who could easily find themselves in the not-so elite bat of those to have perished in the fantasy epic before it ends. 

Spirited of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, 47, has waded in on his character’s approaching and has one demand for showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss for the cycle ahead. 

«I undeniably don’t want to have a scene with all those White Walkers because they’re present to turn — I don’t know. I would hate to turn into one of those,» he signaled. 

«Just talking about it makes me go, ‘Oh, well they’re going to do it now.’ «

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I as a matter of fact don’t want to have a scene with all those White Walkers

Contest of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

He added to InStyle: “I would execrate that. That would suck so much.»

Nikolaj also implied it would be “beautiful” if Jaime murdered his sister and lover Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey), who claims to be enceinte with his child. 

“It makes sense. He killed the Mad King and now he’s killing the Mad Queen mother,” The Danish actor said. “It’d be like the Red Wedding two. That would be definitely horrible. I hope he wouldn’t.”


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Nikolaj was referring to a crystal-gazing made by Maggy the Frog (Jodhi May) back in Game of Thrones ready five, in which a young Cersei was told by the witch that she resolve be killed by the “valonqar”, meaning little brother in High Valyrian.

While there are no write details for season eight, Cersei and Jaime were left split at the end of the last run when he was seen turning his back on her and riding North for the Monstrous War. In turn, a Lannister death seems inevitable.

Game of Thrones is envisaged to return to HBO and Sky Atlantic in 2019. 

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