‘Game of Thrones’ Stars Dream Up Happy Endings For Their Characters (VIDEO)

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 4, Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish

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Winter is right here, and the destiny of humanity appears extra imperiled than ever on Game of Thrones.

By this level, it looks like each character on the HBO hit is headed for a bleak future, if not demise.

But 5 Thrones stars have imagined completely happy endings for his or her characters… simply in case the collection ends on an upbeat be aware!

Before we get to these actors’ ideas, although, allow us to preface by saying that the top of Game of Thrones simply might be happier than you suppose.

Exhibit A: The ultimate e book in George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire collection — the supply materials for Game of Thrones — has the uplifting title A Dream of Spring.

Exhibit B: George has advised followers he anticipates a “bittersweet” ending to his story.

Now, onto the forged’s speculations!

Isaac Hempstead Wright, for one, is hoping for a Newhart-type state of affairs.

“Well, I think the happy ending scenario for everyone would be, Bran wakes up from a very long, seven-season dream,” he says in a brand new Entertainment Weekly video.

Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, Bran Stark

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Jerome Flynn’s thought for what Bronn needs appears simply as unlikely:

“He wants high status. He wants to be up there, have the nicest sigil and a huge castle,” he says of his character.

“That’s because of his poor, lowly upbringing … I think there’s an itch there that’s probably never going to be satisfied.”

Game of Thrones Season 7 finale, Bronn, Jaime Lannister

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On the flip facet, Iain Glen’s thought of Jorah Mormont’s completely happy ending has already been realized. (EW simply printed this video however clearly filmed it earlier than Season 6 started airing.)

“Immediately he hopes he’ll survive and return to the woman he admires, adores, who’s sent him on a mission and said she requires him to be by her side,” he explains.

“And so that’s his life mission, is to try to get back there.”

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Meanwhile, Aidan Gillen’s response is simply as cryptic as you’d anticipate from the person who performs Littlefinger.

“I just want to see my plans come to fruition,” he says.

“But, , I can’t reveal them for you. I imply, I’ve laid my playing cards on the desk considerably within the scene with Sansa, as an illustration, on the finish of Season 6, concerning the Iron Throne with [Sansa] by my facet.

“That’s a happy family picture, but it’s not really that either, you know?”

Game of Thrones Season 7 Episode 2, Jon Snow, Petyr “Littlefinger” Baelish

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Our favourite response, nevertheless, comes from Kit Harington — who, admittedly, had some hassle even grappling with this hypothetical.

“What does a happy ending look like for Jon Snow?” Kit says.

“Happy is a strange word to attribute with Jon Snow.”

Kit Harington

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“What would bring Jon Snow happiness?” Kit wonders, mulling over the query.

“I believe it will be to be round his sisters and any surviving household he has.

“I think, just being around with a cup of mead with his sisters and his siblings. No Night King, no one to kill, and no battle. And just a bit of peace and quiet. You know, sitting around watching a good box set.”

Boozy binge-watching appears like an ending with which any us can be completely happy!

The Game of Thrones Season 7 finale airs on Sunday, August 27 at 9 p.m. ET on HBO.