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In a post-episode discussion with , Ellaria actor Indira Varma confirmed the character won’t be returning to the show. And I was like, “As long as I die on screen…” and they were like “Yeah! I just thought the delivery of that information was so clever.
“[Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] called me, but I kind of knew already,” she told the publication. It’s all coming to a head and you have to get rid of less important characters that the audience hasn’t had the chance to invest in as much. Especially since the kiss comes before the information.” The torture method, though, isn’t exactly unprecedented on Game of Thrones.
The episode ‘The Queen’s Justice’ also saw two Targaryens meet and two Starks reunite.
When actress Indira Varma read the script for Unspeakable – an agonisingly tense one-off drama about what happens after a mother of two, Jo, receives an anonymous text alleging a sexual relationship between her younger boyfriend and her 11-year-old daughter – she was as gripped and divided as viewers will be.
Both actors have their reservations when it comes to Twitter and Instagram.
I thought: ‘Hold on a minute, mate, this is hate speech.’ If it was anyone else, I think his account would have been closed.” Twitter spats aside, Indira – who played Ellaria Sand in Game Of Thrones – says she had only one concern about the role of Jo.
Colin is also an actor by profession, who is best known for his work in The Walk (2005), Nowhere Boy (2009), and Splintered (2010).
Indira, the mother of four daughters of Oberyn Martell on GOT, is a proud mother of a daughter off the screen.
The entire scene actually harkens back to one no yet shown on television but features in George RR Martin’s books.
Basically, the Mad King did something very similar with Ned Stark’s father and brother, which you can read about here.
marches on, season seven’s third episode being remarkably good, featuring huge reunions, notable meetings, and some dramatic revelations.