Updated on Apr 8, 2019. Posted on Apr 1, 2019

    Maisie Williams Just Revealed Her Reaction To Arya's Final Scene In "Game Of Thrones" And I Don't Know How To Process It

    "[It was] a really great final scene for me."

    It's officially less than two weeks now until the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones premieres, and fans are basically losing their minds with anticipation.


    The stars of the show aren't helping us calm down, TBH. Last month, Kit Harington said he was so "shocked and surprised" when he read the ending that he "blubbed his eyes out".


    Meanwhile, Emilia Clarke said she wandered around London aimlessly for three hours after receiving the script for the final episode.


    She also admitted there were "loads of tears" when she filmed her final scene as Daenerys.

    And whose turn is it to stress us out today, you ask? It's Maisie Williams, aka Arya Stark!

    In a recent interview with S Magazine, Maisie dropped some hints about her character's ultimate fate — and it's safe to say I'm very unprepared and very confused.


    Firstly, she revealed that a lot of the other actors had finished filming — and shed plenty of tears — before it came time for her to say goodbye to Arya.

    "This whole season was really, really emotional," she said. "When I came to shoot my final scene, I had already watched a lot of people wrap and seen all the tears and heard all the speeches."

    But she said her own final day on set was "beautiful", and admitted she was ready to leave the character behind.


    "[It was] a really great final scene for me," Maisie said. "It felt like the right time to say goodbye to Arya."

    But what does she mean by "really great"? Was it great just because it was time for the show to come to an end? Or was it great like, IDK, Arya gets a happy(-ish) ending?


    I guess the good news is we only have to wait a few more weeks to find out.

    You can read Maisie's full S Magazine interview here.

    Ellie Bate is a celebrity reporter and talent coordinator at BuzzFeed UK and is based in London.

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