Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has shot his last ever scene in Game of Thrones and the fact the series is coming to an end is becoming all too real.
It's safe to say Jaime Lannister was hated to begin with, but his development over the last couple of seasons has been better than most characters and it will be sad to see him go.
During an interview with Variety, he said: "I'm not 100 percent done, but I've shot the last scene with me.
"We've worked harder than ever before. We spent twice as much shooting these six episodes than we did on two full seasons before. No expense has been spared. We've gone all in."
If that doesn't get you excited for the last series then I don't know what will. Well, maybe this, as he added: "They just couldn't have done a better job on ending our story."
Thanks Kingslayer, for getting us hyped way too early. He also spoke about the two scenes which he 'just couldn't watch', and to be honest he's got a point.
"It was very disturbing when [Robin Arryn] was still being breastfed when he was seven. It was so weird and wrong on every level," he said.
"Shireen being burned at the stake I thought was just cruel. I mean it made sense story-wise and I understand why they did it. But I just couldn't watch it and it was difficult to even read it."
Yep, we struggled too. Unfortunately, he's not the first to announce their final scene has been filmed, as Daenerys Targaryen herself Emilia Clarke is also done acting in the show.
The last series of the HBO fantasy epic is set to begin in 2019 but no official date has been confirmed, so you've got plenty of time to get the tissues ready for the final ever episode.
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