Spoiler alert: Stop reading if you haven’t seen the ‘Game Of Thrones’ season finale!
Arya Stark (Maisie Williams), the younger daughter of Ned and Catelyn Stark, really evolved and grew up noticeably during season three of Game Of Thrones. She fell in with the Brotherhood Without Banners, stirred up some chemistry with Gendry (Joe Dempsie) and eventually joined forces with Sandor “The Hound” Clegane (Rory McCann). Fortunately, Arya wasn’t present for the famous Red Wedding, but she saw enough to know that things will never be the same.
‘Game Of Thrones’ Finale Reaction — Maisie Williams Talks Season Ending Episode
Maisie Williams spoke with Huffington Post, following the season three finale and talked about her relationship with Gendry, Arya’s mentality after the events on the last two episodes and so much more! To see a bit of the interview, keep reading!
How Arya May Be Feeling After The Last Two Episodes
When she lost Gendry and Hot Pie, we kind of saw her start to put up these walls, I think. And it seems like she’s getting a lot of bad luck all at once. She’s starting to get this sort of love-hate thing with the Hound. She doesn’t really like him, but she knows that he’s a good guy to be with, because she’s not going to get in trouble [while he’s protecting her]. But I think now she’s really put up this barrier and she’s not willing to trust anyone fully anymore. And I think she really did struggle with that anyway, properly trusting people. She’s really kind of kept herself to herself. I think now she’s not really sure what she’s going to do. She doesn’t really have a goal [to go back home] anymore.
Maisie’s Feelings After The Season Finale
Well, this was the first season that I didn’t actually cry on my wrap. I usually cry, and I didn’t and I don’t know why. I was really happy, actually. I had a really, really good year, and I didn’t want to cry. I have a stunt double and a body double, and we all had our picture together, all in the same outfit with the same hair, and it was just really nice. It was emotional, but I didn’t cry. I really wanted to end on a high note.
To read the entire interview on Huffington Post, click here.
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