Published: Wed, February 13, 2019

'Game of Thrones' creator reveals fan favorite's off-screen death

'Game of Thrones' creator reveals fan favorite's off-screen death

In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss addressed the fate of Ser Pounce, a character that hasn't been referenced in the show at all since his first (and only) appearance in season 4.

But what happened to him after Tommen committed suicide and Cersei (Lena Headey) crowned herself queen in season 6?

But apparently not. Cause of death for Ser Pounce?

Following the backlash, actress Emilia Clarke came out in support of her and applauded her response writing, "Preach lovely woman". Was he still at the Red Keep? Ser Pounce never made another appearance on-screen because, according to the cast and crew, the cast who played him was a "bit of a diva" and a "nightmare" to film with. Although the death (thankfully) didn't make it to screen, Weiss jokingly added: "If you buy the super-extended, super-charged Game of Thrones box set that comes out, the death of Ser Pounce will be in there".

"I suppose there's a lot of staff around the kingdom to look after him". Now, Benioff has revealed the ugly truth of how Cersei dealt with the cat in her castle.

"That cat was really not fun to work with".

And given that the cats have their own agendas means that one of the white walkers have retrieved it and that later, it would come back to attack Cersei. "Dogs generally do what you ask them to do if they're smart and well trained". Let us know down in the comments.

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