‘Game Of Thrones’ Series Finale Script Makes Drogon’s Iron Throne Moment Even Worse

David Benioff and D.B. Weiss’ script for the Game of Thrones series finale answers a key question regarding the scene with Drogon and the Iron Throne.

One of the many bewildering moments in the series finale of Game of Thrones came seconds after Jon Snow killed Daenerys Targaryen in the Red Keep’s Great Hall when Drogon melts the Iron Throne in a fit of rage upon seeing the Dragon Queen’s lifeless body. However, most fans were unsure if Drogon destroyed the throne as a random act in a fit of rage or if the great beast’s actions were a targeted attempt at eliminating the corrupting throne that has cost so many lives.

Now, the Emmy nominated script for the divisive Game of Thrones series finale has been released online and the text clearly explains Drogon’s intentions in the aforementioned sequence. For this scene, the script reads, “We look over Jon’s shoulder as the fire sweeps toward the throne — not the target of Drogon’s wrath, just a dumb bystander caught up in the conflagration.” The next line in the script details how Drogon was intending to burn the brick wall behind the throne, debunking the theory that the dragon was making a conscious decision to ensure the no one would sit on it ever again.

Are you satisfied with this answer to the long-standing Game of Thrones question? Let us know in the comments section below!

While Game of Thrones may have ended, a spin-off set decades before the original series is currently in production. Details on the Game of Thrones prequel are still under wraps, though the series is said to be set roughly 5,000 years before the events of George R. R. Martin’s original story.

The pilot for the Game of Thrones prequel will be directed and executive produced by S. J. Clarkson. The series stars Naomi Watts, Josh Whitehouse, Toby Regbo, Ivanno Jeremiah, Georgie Henley, Naomi Ackie, Denise Gough, Jamie Campbell Bower, Sheila Atim, Alex Sharp, Miranda Richardson, Marquis Rodriguez, John Simm, Richard McCabe, John Heffernan, and Dixie Egerickx.

Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the Game of Thrones franchise as it develops!

Source: Emmys

DC Universe Debuts ‘Doom Patrol’ Character Posters

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Doom PatrolAlong with the premiere of the first teaser for Doom Patrol, DC Universe also debuted a collection of character posters for each of the members of perhaps the strangest team of characters to be adapted in live-action form for DC Comics.

In particular, these new character posters highlight Timothy Dalton's The Chief, Diane Guerrero's Crazy Jane, Joivan Wade's Cyborg, April Bowlby's Elasti-Woman, Matt Bomer's Negative Man and Brendan Fraser's Robotman. These posters each follow unique designs that reflect the nature of each character and tease unique personalities amongst the group as well.

You can start the gallery of new posters by clicking "Next".

Which of these Doom Patrol posters is your favorite? Are you excited to see what the cast brings to these roles? Sound off in the comments below, and be sure to continue following Heroic Hollywood for all the latest news in the DC Universe.

Doom Patrol is a reimagining of one of DC’s strangest group of outcast Super Heroes which includes: Matt Bomer as Larry Trainor/Negative Man, Brendan Fraser as Cliff Steele/Robotman, April Bowlby as Elasti-Woman, Diane Guerrero as Crazy Jane, Joivan Wade as Victor Stone/Cyborg and Timothy Dalton as Dr. Niles Caulder/The Chief.

Here is the synopsis for the show:

“Doom Patrol will find the reluctant heroes in a place they never expected to be, called to action by Cyborg, who comes to them with a mission hard to refuse, but with a warning that is hard to ignore: their lives will never, ever be the same.”

Doom Patrol will premiere on February 15, 2019 exclusively on DC Universe.

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