Although this prophecy was only talked about in the book, and not the actual Game of Thrones show, fans seem to think that it could be referenced soon enough and, as such, Cersei's life would come to an end in season 8. After years of separation, followed by this season's reunion, longtime crushes Arya and Gendry finally hooked up! "I need to go to the gym.' A whole list of things".
According to the web-portal westeros.org, which the 70-year-old American novelist claims to rely on as a fact-checking resource, the author now regrets ever planning a romance between Jon and Arya. She said that the scene brought forth Arya's humanity. In the case of Arya and Gendry we see the Stark girl in a fresh light but what better way to signify the end of a show than see her truly coming of age in every respect.
Maisie joined the cast at 11-years-old, but is now 22.
Dempsie suggested the experience was odd for him too for given how long he's known Williams, who's about a decade younger than him.
"It's obviously slightly odd for me because I've known Maisie since she was 11, 12 years old".
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Sansa Stark is two years older than her sisterr Arya, which means that she's about 20 years old on the show.
Well, now that she's been with Gendry, perhaps Arya will want to continue to say "Not Today" to death. Maisie has revealed in a recent interview that she thought the scene was a prank that showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss were trying to pull off.
Which character (s), if any, do you think will die in Episode 3?
What's scarier: a woman who just learned that her lover is her nephew and a potential threat to her acquisition of power, or a highly organized army of the dead? He's intimidating and evil, and in many ways a menace, but for me it was very important it was genuine love, or else it would be a bit one-dimensional. This beat isn't really about that.
And a fourth wrote: "Y'all really thought having us watch Arya since she was a little girl and then giving us that scene was a good idea?" After all, the Battle of Winterfell might just be when she dies, and Arya has never let such an emotion in her life so far.