After some heavy flirtation on Season 8's first episode with Gendry, Arya Stark - staring down death - decided she wanted to experience sex for the first time. with Gendry. "I called Maisie and was like: 'Have you read it yet?'" Turner told EW.
One fan has pointed to the fact that the characters repeatedly said the Night King would be coming to the castle, and that this could indicate he will do the opposite by not showing up at all and instead head to King's Landing.
If so, it could see the end of Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) who has chose to keep herself and her forces in the south. "And everybody else has already done it on the show, so".
The actress also said that the scene helped her character embrace her humanity, with Arya wanting to know what it feels like to have sex before she dies. "This is something she's stayed away from, an emotion we've never really seen her engage with". The following reflects a compilation of the most hilarious and accurate memes which followed the explosive second episode of Game of Thrones' season 8.
When the day on set came to shoot the scene, it really was a little weird, Williams admitted. She was clearly shaken to her core as she realised that, as Aegon Targaryen, he is now the real heir to the Iron Throne, not her. "No one wants to make you feel uncomfortable which kind of makes you feel more uncomfortable, because no one wants to look at anything that they shouldn't look at, which in turn makes you feel like you look bad because everyone is kind of like", Williams averted her eyes here. We were [directed by] David Nutter, who has a habit of speaking fast anyway. The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is getting juicier and more flame-broiled as the popular fantasy series rolls along. Here's every little nugget we picked up on in the episode-we know you'll let us know in the comments if we missed any.
Sri Lanka police warned of attacks before bombings
Simultaneous explosions hit churches and hotels on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka , with the numbers of the dead and injured varying. Out of Sri Lanka's total population of around 22 million, 7.6 percent are Christian, according to the country's 2012 census.