Maisie Williams Drops Major Game Of Thrones 'Spoiler' Ahead Of Season 8

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Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on the huge HBO fantasy drama, stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night to promote the upcoming eighth and final season of the show.

Portraying Sansa - a character who survives rape and domestic abuse - has awakened her, she says.

The question Game of Thrones fans have to ask, though, is if this is actual footage from the season or specially filmed promo material, like the Crypts of Winterfell teaser from earlier this year. On the brink of tears, Williams asked Fallon if he could edit out her slip-up before realizing that his studio audience would "still tweet [about] it".

Game of Thrones will end after season eight, and it looks like the first episode will feature a rather shocking moment. "I wasn't supposed to, I told my mum".

"If she falls asleep on a plane, I'm quite anxious she's going to say it [talking in her sleep] and not know it happened", Clarke joked.

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"But though I think it hasn't affected me emotionally, I did start thinking about the domestic abuse and rape, and it spurred this little part of me that might be an activist".

"Ok, so I'm having a baby in 16 days and I literally nearly just gave birth on my couch". "I couldn't quite handle [it]".

In addition to promoting the final season, Clarke also wrote a piece for the New Yorker last month, which revealed that she almost died from two brain aneurysms during her time on the HBO series. "I was like I'm not going to tell you twice, you missed your chance!" "I think much time has come to pass, and that hope [for a relationship with Daenerys] has now subsided for him", Glen said.

Fans were quick to discuss the trailer, with one writing: "HBO: So how many deaths of main characters are planned for this season?" That's when Williams casually began to talk about the fate of Arya Stark and shared wayyyyyy more than we expected.

A new Game of Thrones teaser trailer is here, and you'd better hope it doesn't accurately portray the outcome of Game of Thrones season 8's final battle.

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