Publicado: Mier, Febrero 13, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

‘Game Of Thrones’ Showrunners Reveal Offscreen Death Too ‘Horrible’ For TV!

‘Game Of Thrones’ Showrunners Reveal Offscreen Death Too ‘Horrible’ For TV!

Dean-Charles Chapman, the actor who played Tommen, previously said that he had imagined a much brighter outcome for Ser Pounce. Although the death (thankfully) didn't make it to screen, Weiss jokingly added: "If you buy the super-extended, super-charged Game of Thrones box set that comes out, the death of Ser Pounce will be in there".

Keep in mind that Cersei (Lena Headey), in her quest for power, blew up The Citadel with wildfire, along with a significant chunk of the Game of Thrones call sheet. "Ser Pounce's death was so frightful we couldn't even put it on the air".

While Tommen committed suicide back in Season 6, the fate of Ser Pounce has been left up in the air. "So she came up with her most diabolical [execution]". Her grief-stricken son, Tommen, took his own life rather than deal with his mother's actions, leaving Cersei herself on the throne. Weiss joked that the show's upcoming boxset will commemorate Ser Pounce's journey to the afterlife with "one whole episode". In the George R.R. Martin's novels, A Song of Ice and Fire, King Tommen's cats are a major part of the story. And who could forget Viserion's tragic death (and subsequent resurrection) at the hands of The Night King?

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The creators also revealed that the cat wasn't easy to work with. "There's a reason the phrase "like herding cats" came into existence". "Cats have their own agenda".

Even the dogs - or Direwolves - of Game of Thrones have gotten less and less screen time over the years, as they are too hard to train and require too much CGI editing to be worth it.

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