There’s A Deleted Game Of Thrones Scene That Would’ve Answered Some Huge Questions

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"We shot a scene that never made it...”

It's been 66 days since we sat down to watch the last ever episode of Game of Thrones. But who's counting?

We've tried to fill the void with the books and Chernobyl but despite what Rotten Tomatoes tells us, nothing will beat the world of Westeros.

While we're still in mourning, Lena Headey is out here giving us GoT gold. According to the actress who played the extraordinary Cersei Lannister, there's a deleted scene from Season 7 which would have shined a light on one of the finale’s lingering questions.

SPOILERS: Before we begin we must inform you that there are spoilers, however, if you haven't seen the last season yet then SHAME!

We all wanted the worst possible death for Cersei. Sadly, we did not receive such a death. A tonne of bricks collapsed on her and her lover/brother Jamie Lannister. 

She also left us with many unanswered questions. For instance, whose baby was it? Was there even a real baby?

Speaking at a comic book convention in Munich, Germany, Lena revealed that a deleted scene in Season 7 would have answered all of fans’ burning questions.

"We shot a scene that never made it into Season 7 which was where I lose the baby. 

"And it was really kind of traumatic and great moment for Cersei and it never made it in. 

"I really would have loved doing that because I thought it would have served her differently."

It doesn't matter in the end though what happened to the baby really because Cersei was crushed under the castle in King's Landing. 

The deleted scene goss comes after Lena herself revealed she wanted a better death for Cersei.

Speaking to The Guardian about the final season, Lena refused to criticise Thrones. But she did admit she has her own disappointments, including the ending her own character received. 

"I invested as a viewer and I have my favourite characters. 

"And I’ve got a few of my own gripes. But I haven’t sat down drunkenly with David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] yet,” she said. “I will say I wanted a better death."


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Written By Christina Cavaleri