Dean-Charles Chapman: Sure, release the “alternative” Game of Thrones ending


Dean-Charles Chapman played Tommen Baratheon on Game of Thrones, the young king who took a nosedive out a high window in the season 6 finale. Recently, TMZ asked him to weigh in on star Kristofer Hivju (Tormund Giantsbane) saying that the team had filmed “an alternate ending” for the show. Rolle the tape!

“Yeah, why not?” Chapman said when asked if the alternate ending should be released. The rest is mostly the TMZ guy asking Chapman leading questions designed to bate him into saying something potentially divisive, which is pretty on brand. For example, he asks if the alternate ending could “mend the fans’ hearts,” and Chapman replies, “exactly.”

If we had to guess, we’d say that the “alternative ending” is more like the small fake scenes the producers filmed the throw people off the scent rather than anything substantial, but you’ve gotta say something when TMZ puts a microphone in your face on the street, right?

Moving on, Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) is sending a message to people in the U.K.: register to vote!

Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei) is also here to remind people:

Today is November 26, so if you live in the U.K. and you aren’t registered to vote, then today is your last chance!

And now, we get to the section of the roundup where Game of Thrones stars have run-ins with other celebrities. David Beckham was “star struck” when he ran into the Mother of Dragons backstage at a Fleetwood Mac concert in San Francisco.

Naturally, Clarke replied with a photo of her with Stevie Nicks:

Meanwhile, Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth) is just hanging out with Demi Moore:

Moving on, Deadline reports that Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister) has teamed up with writer Joe Derrick and ex-PR guy Jeffrey Chassento to form Ill Kippers Productions. The production company will lean into scripted and unscripted projects for several platforms. “Jeff and I have worked together for almost 10 years and there is a clear synergy between our tastes and ambitions,” Coster-Waldau said. “This is a brand new journey for all three of us but we all share the same work ethic, drive and passion for storytelling. When I learned that Jeff had chosen to leave the PR game I didn’t hesitate to offer him this new role and I was delighted when he accepted.”

And finally, Peter Dinklage is in a new movie titled Three Christs. Here’s the trailer:

Based on a true story, Three Christs stars Dinklage as one of three men who believe they are Jesus Christs. It’s aptly named. I’d watch this movie just to see Dinklage and Walton Goggins interact. Look for it in theaters in 2020.

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