Game of Thrones actress affirms final season won't air until 2019

Ruben Ruiz
December 8, 2017

The eighth and final Game of Thrones season will bring HBO's most popular series to an end with the promise of being the show's most cinematic installment yet. The show is such a monster to film, though, that 2019 is probably the better bet. Sansa Stark herself, Sophie Turner confirmed the unfortunate news to Variety saying in a new interview, "Yeah, I'm really excited". Sophie - who is also set to reprise her role as Jean Grey in "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" - also revealed that "Game of Thrones" won't be returning to screens until 2019. When the star was asked about her excitement level for the premiere as well as her upcoming role as Jean Grey in "X-Men: Dark Phoenix", she nearly offhandedly noted that "Thrones" won't be out until 2019. They were in control of the North again, ' Turner said. According to her, they've still got six or seven months left of filming, which makes a summer premiere impossible and a winter premiere incredibly unlikely. It was just a really powerful moment for her, to have used up all of her master's lessons and finally discard him.

When Variety quizzed her about the production schedule, she added: "We started in October, so we're maybe like a tenth of the way through".

We all knew that we would have to wait a while for a while, but recent rumours have suggested the final season won't be releasing until 2022.

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It seems "Game of Thrones" fans' worst fears have been confirmed.

Jason Momoa, known for playing shunning the Khala Drogo in the TV series "Game of thrones", told about his impressions from the ending of the new season of the series.

"I learned to act watching Lena [Headey] and Peter [Dinklage] and Maisie [Williams] and Kit [Harington] and all of these different people". [Laughs.] No, no, we've got six or seven months left. "We're all trying not to take it for granted any more". "We're all kind of feeling the end of it coming", she said. The thought of not working with them is nearly excruciating to me.

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