’Game of Thrones’ cast bid farewell to series at premiere

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Soon to be followed in a premiere on the other side of the Atlantic in Northern Ireland, where a lot of the show is filmed, tonight's Game of Thrones' shindig is taking over NYC's Radio City Music Hall.

In the pic, Sophie cozied up to actor Jack who played her fiancé Joffrey Baratheon on the show back in season two. Gwendoline Christie, who plays the role of Brienne, said she felt "extremely proud".

Actor Jason Momoa has praised former co-star Emilia Clarke for speaking so openly about the two life-threatening aneurysms that she suffered while filming the earlier seasons of Game of Thrones. "I look forward to seeing this one".

Pilou Asbaek, who plays Euron Greyjoy, said fans can expect even more of those moments in the last few shows.

"She was like, 'I can't remember".

The seventh series finale - based on the Songs of Ice and Fire novels by George R.R. Martin - saw the story head towards a great battle over the Iron Throne, while a zombie army of White Walkers, led by the undead Night King, marched south to threaten mankind's destruction.

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The show has become known for killing off beloved characters, but numerous actors playing them, including Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo), Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell) and Sean Bean (Ned Stark) turned up for Wednesday's red carpet. His character was killed off in the first season. "I think everything has an end and this is the ideal way to end it".

Supportive: Her cast members were keen to give Lena their best as Richard Madden liked the post, while Emilia Clarke wrote: 'WE LOVE AND MISS YOU MAMMA you're here in spirit!'

Clarke is not the only Game of Thrones star to admit to sharing the show's ending.

Lena Headey admitted she was "heartbroken" that she couldn't attend the NY premiere for Game of Thrones on Wednesday because of an illness.

"I feel like you're on the edge of your seat waiting for him to blow up", the actress continued.