'Game of Thrones' stars hit red carpet for final season premiere

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We assembled some of the realm's most learned Game of Thrones fans (actually, just the rest of the editorial team here in the Australian office) and interrogated them with some of the biggest questions we still have heading into the final season.

Thanks to the deaths of hundreds of characters, the Game of Thrones' family tree has been significantly whittled down over the course of the show's seven seasons.

"Being completely honest, it made me petrified most of the time, which happens a bunch", she said. "Because she's [already] forgotten it". You kind of read one of the scenes, ' and she was like 'I can't remember what happens.' And I was like, 'I already told you twice.

The 32-year-old actress, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, told Stephen Colbert on his show Tuesday night that she told her mom how the HBO series ends. "I love David and Dan. David, Dan, Emilia, Kit [Harington], those are the people I'm really closest to, so it's just, it's a attractive thing to be a part of this show". "I just think it's attractive that. she's so fearless in helping the world and trying to raise awareness". "I wish I could sit here and say, 'I was like, let's go jump out of a plane.'" She jokingly added, "But I did do Game of Thrones, which was similar, certain seasons".

"At some level, I knew what was happening: my brain was damaged", she said. Make sure to subscribe now and never miss an episode! Having spent much of the first season working with Clarke, Momoa took a moment to reflect on their time together.

"But I knew I was faltering".

In just over ten days, HBO will unleash the final season of Game of Thrones - a season we've been anxiously awaiting for nearly two years.

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