It's been almost a month since the grand finale of Game of thrones. Some people liked it, others did not, and when it comes to distribution, some of them have feelings about how their characters said goodbye. Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, the heartless favorite of Westeros, has some thoughts about the disappearance of her character in the penultimate episode.
If you do not know, Cersei died with her brother, Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), victim of the crash of a building in free fall. For some, it was not Cersei's death they wanted to see – and Headey has one foot in this camp.
"I'll say I wanted a better death," Headey admitted in an interview with The Guardian. "Obviously, you dream of your death. You can go anyway on this show. So I was a little gutted. But I just think they could not have pleased everyone. No matter what they've done, I think that there will be a big run after the ascent. "
Headey has already spoken about the disappearance of Cersei. In an interview with EW.com, she said she had "mixed feelings" about death. She wanted her to fight or even die in a big piece, but the more she thought about it, the more she felt death suited her.