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Games of Thrones Actor Pilou Absæk Ask About Fans Backlash

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Awards season is here, and we can see all the actors coming under one roof and celebrating their success while some of them making it count and winning awards. In between all these fans seem to be a little disappointed with the end of Games of Thrones. But what we think is that fans aren’t disappointed because the series ended, but the reason is the way the series ended. We all know Games of Thrones had rough endings without making the conclusions clear.

Pilau Asbæk About GOT Ending and Fans Response

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According to the cast members, gans haven’t been shy about sharing their disappointment with the show and how everything has been wrapped up. Stepping out for the SAG Awards with his castmates from Games of Thrones, actor Pilou Asbæk (Euron Greyjoy) talked about this to People TV, remembering his original impression of the ending in season 8 he said  “When we had the read-through in Belfast, like two and half years ago, we ended up standing and doing a standing ovation for 15, 20 minutes,” he said. “It was a perfect ending, but people were upset.”

In between the conversation the actor also revealed which question he is asked the most about the show by the fans since it is now over,  “You know, what I get most now is like, ‘Why did you guys f— up season 8?”

Absæk from Fan’s Point of View

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Source: Hollywoodreporter.com

Absæk also tries to recall things from a fan’s perspective remembering the days when he was not a part of Games of Thrones and just like all of us a fan of the show. He said “I get it because I was a big fan of the show before I started it and became a part of it, and if it had ended in that way, I would have been angry as well. Because when something you like so much says no…it’s like a break up.”

Absæk finished his interview with a brilliant analogy: “It was like a breakup and Games of Thrones broke up with millions of people all over the world, and they got upset.”

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