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Nerves and emotion mark the premiere of the last season of “Game of Thrones”

 New York, .- The fever of “Game of Thrones” arrived today in New York, where some excited protagonists of the cult series walked on the red carpet between the cries of their followers, just over a week after premiere the eighth and last season.

The legendary Radio City Music Hall was the place chosen for the big event that kicks off this release, which closes ten years of HBO production in which the team and actors have toured half the world: Croatia, Malta, Spain, United Kingdom, Iceland and Morocco, among others.

One of the main protagonists, Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys, aroused passions among fans of the series that crowded around the red carpet, where he was also the center of attention George RR Martin, the author of the novels on which the program is based.

One of the most awaited couples in the premiere of “Game of Thrones” or “Game of Thrones” was formed by Kit Harington (Jon Snow), and Rose Leslie (Ygritte), who met in the series and got married in June 2018 after six years of relationship.

Sisters Sansa Stark (played by Sophie Turner) and Arya Stark (played by Maisie Williams) also posed together on the red carpet, both dressed in elegant black dresses decorated with crystals, and were as united as in recent years.

“It’s very hard, it’s sad but exciting, exciting to see us all together for the last time,” Turner confessed in an interview with HBO Latino, who attended the event with his current partner, singer Joe Jonas.

Isaac Hempstead Wright, the young actor of 19 years who plays Bran Stark, was one of the first to arrive at the event, as well as Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn, and Kristian Nairn, the popular giant Hodor, who measures more than 210 centimeters.

“I feel like I’m graduating from college, it’s very exciting for everyone this time,” said Nairn, who described his character as “someone who tries to be himself, a good person, and it’s not easy to do these days” .

Wright, meanwhile, confessed “overwhelmed” with his latest red carpet “Game of Thrones”: “It’s the end of 10 years of my life”, while Peter Dinklage, who plays another of the most popular characters of the series, Tyrion Lannister, and that in greater number of scenes it participates, hardly wanted to make declarations to the journalists.

The actors Pedro Pascal (Oberyn), Indira Varma (Ellaria), Gwendoline Christie (Brienne de Tarth), Nikolaj Coster Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Sean Bean (Ned Stark), Natalie Dormer (Margaery Tyrell) and Liam Cunningham (Davos), among others, they also attended the big event.
The one that could not attend was the British interpreter Lena Headey, who announced an hour before the start feeling “disappointed” and “disconsolate” of not being able to attend the last premiere of the series because she was sick.

Very close to the red carpet at the Rockefeller Center, “Game of Thrones” unveiled on Tuesday night a huge throne over 10 meters high and 9 tons in weight that had to be protected by security personnel to prevent the fans of the series would get on it.

HBO marks the culmination of one of its most successful series, which comes to an end with a season of 6 chapters instead of the 10 that had been filmed in the first 6 seasons, although they are longer, being 82 minutes the longest.

The followers will have plenty of products to feed their fanaticism while they review the complicated plot of the program before the first episode of the eighth season is broadcast on April 14 (early morning of April 15 in Spain), since several Companies have boarded the “Game of Thrones” train.

From Oreo cookies with the shields of the different clans, with which it has also been able to recreate the initial sequence of credits of the series, until Easter eggs that simulate the embryos of the popular dragons of Daenerys, or bottles of wine and whiskey from the “Game of Thrones” brand with a cost of up to 1,000 dollars.

According to several specialized websites, the first season of “Game of Thrones”, which aired in 2011, recorded an average of 2.5 million viewers in the US alone, a figure that last season, the seventh, It had multiplied by four to reach 10.2 million. (EFEUSA)

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