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Game Of Thrones’ Actor Breaks Silence About His Character’s End: “You Need To Clarify”

Game Of Thrones’ Actor Breaks Silence About His Character’s End: “You Need To Clarify”

Game Of Thrones’ Euron Greyjoy Pilou Asbæk played only 9 episodes in the series and he gave a huge impression on his fans. In the end, he killed by Jaime Lannister in the rock on the episode of “The Bells”.

The actor said he was not happy with his character’s end in the series while he receives one of the 2019 Esquire Men Awards in Spain.

Asbæk made a video in which he wrote two letters to the Game of Thrones stars: Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister) and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister). 

We can’t share the video, but we’re publishing his letters below.

“Dear Lena,

I’m in Madrid to receive another award for that delicious romantic comedy we starred in. Lovely memories. I’ve texted George R.R. Martin suggesting him to change that Golden Company shit for those golden rings. The books should end with our wedding, saying yes over two marvelous elephants, ideally. George seems not to be online. Would you mind phoning him? And what about tweeting that I was and will always be the love of your life?

I miss you. Yours, Pilou. Please do it for your salty boy, blondie.”

His other letter to Coster-Waldau:

“Dear Nikolaj,

You need to clarify in public [that] I was the one who killed you, not the fucking brick. Please, seriously, come on. Confirm it on Twitter, or in your next interview, I don’t give a shit. Oh, by the way, I received the golden hand replica, and you were right: what a feeling! It feels so good, why were you complaining so much on set? It’s great to have a golden hand! Besides that, I’m pretty cool man. Right now I’m in Spain, the most beautiful place in the world.

All the best, yours, Pilou.

P.S. Please remember to tell people that I killed you, not the fucking brick.”

You can also watch the epic fight scene between Jaime Lannister and Euron Greyjoy below.

Click here for the source of the statement.

You can contact me for any tips or questions any time: berk@fromthestage.net

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