Peter Dinklage bids farewell to Game of Thrones
Peter Dinklage, celebrated as 'Tyrian Lannister' in Game of Thrones is all set to bid a final farewell to the show. While the shooting for the final season of HBO's drama is ongoing, Dinklage said that he feels 'bittersweet' to end a character which has been with him for eight seasons. The show is awaiting its last season, to be aired in 2019.
What Dinklage said on the show ending soon
"It's always the sad part of our business, because you get pockets of great people for short amounts of time and then you have to move on and it's always heartbreaking. Especially when you've spent more than a couple months with people," said Dinklage.
Game of Thrones: The modern day TV show legend
HBO's Game of Thrones is an American TV series created by David Benioff and D.B Weiss, adapted from George R.R Martin's fantasy novel series named, "A Song of Ice and Fire." It successfully completed its seventh season in 2017, creating a cult fandom across the world, hitting record viewership and bagging critically acclaimed awards. The eighth one is the much-awaited finale season.
The shooting for eighth season is halfway
Peter Dinkalge, who came to promote his new film at Sundance Film Festival told the media that the shooting for the eighth season is already halfway. He said that the show-makers, cast and the crew are taking ample time to make sure the fans enjoy a captivating final season. As Dinklage laments his character's end, fans can't wait for the final season.