Game of Thrones Star Sean Bean Thinks Arya Is the Only Stark Who Will Survive the Finale

HBO
HBO

​Although Sean Bean's Game of Thrones character Ned Stark met his death in season one, that doesn't mean he isn't predicting how the series will end right along with the rest of us. While we're not sure if he has any actual insight from the cast and crew, he does have a convincing theory for which Stark sibling will survive the finale.

At the start of the final season, the only Stark siblings alive will be Sansa, Arya, Bran, and Jon Snow, however we now know that Jon is not Ned's biological son. Technicalities aside, Bean is pretty confident in his answer.

When asked by ​Mashable which Stark would survive, Bean stated, "Jon Snow is left, isn't he? But Arya would have to be it. Yeah Arya will last—maybe she'll be on the throne."

Bean's not the only one to have that thought. Although Jon and Daenerys Targaryen will be pretty powerful now that they've joined forces, and Cersei Lannister will always be a major threat, Arya is a trained assassin. She works best alone and can cause some ​serious damage. Plus, Arya actress Maisie Williams has made a strong case for this as well.

In July, Williams posted a photo to Instagram ​announcing she was officially finished filming, adding the hashtag "#lastwomanstanding."

Obviously, this sparked many to believe she had revealed she was the only character to survive the finale. But then again, would she be so obvious if that really is to be the case? There's really only one way to find out, and that's by watching the final season when it returns in the first half of 2019.

The Office Star Angela Kinsey Would Love to Do a Reunion Special

Emma McIntyre / Getty Images
Emma McIntyre / Getty Images

Whenever a classic TV show is brought back for a revival, it usually splits the fanbase in half. While some people are happy to see their favorite characters return, others are worried about the series coming back in lackluster fashion. And when it comes to the idea of a potential reboot of The Office, the series' cast is just as split.

Steve Carell has been very public about not wanting NBC to bring the show back, but Angela Kinsey is siding with co-stars John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, and Ellie Kemper about welcoming a potential return to Scranton. The 48-year-old actress, who portrayed Angela Martin on the series, recently spoke with PopCulture.com, confirming she’d love to revisit the show.

"I would definitely be up for a reunion," Kinsey said. "I know a few cast members have talked about a special reunion episode to see where everyone is at. I would love that!"

Although many are torn on the idea of bringing The Office back, most fans would certainly be curious enoug to tune in and see what's going on with the Dunder Mifflin crew. Kinsey is no exception, saying, “I would love to know where these people are! I loved the show, I still love the show. I think it really holds up. I'm so thrilled that new audiences are finding it, so I would love that!"

Will it ever happen? It's hard to say. But while we wait to see if any official announcement is made, you can at least still binge The Office on Netflix and try to imagine what creepy thing Cousin Mose is doing these days.

[h/t PopCulture.com]

Harry Potter Fans Don’t Want to See the Movies Rebooted, Surprising No One

© 2011 Warner Bros. Harry Potter Publishing Rights (c) J.K. Rowling
© 2011 Warner Bros. Harry Potter Publishing Rights (c) J.K. Rowling

Although the Harry Potter franchise has one of the most dedicated fan bases in the world, that doesn’t mean fans are ready to see the series rebooted just yet. Yes, that would mean more movies to feed one’s obsession, but the general consensus is that it would be entirely too soon. Don’t believe us? A new poll might just prove it.

ComingSoon.net asked more than 2000 Potterheads if Warner Bros. should reboot the Harry Potter movie series, and a whopping 72 percent said they’re against it. The website also asked fans if reboots were made, how they should be done. Of those polled, 41 percent voted for it to be a direct sequel about Harry’s son, 35 percent voted for a spinoff TV series, 13 percent wanted another Fantastic Beasts spinoff, and a measly 11 percent showed support for a remake of all eight original films.

While it doesn’t look like a reboot will be in the works anytime soon (J.K. Rowling’s representatives just debunked a report about a TV series), that doesn’t mean it’s impossible for the future. Even star Daniel Radcliffe has entertained the idea, saying he believes he won’t be the last Potter portrayal he’ll see in his lifetime. But as long as Rowling and fans are against it, we probably won’t have to worry about it for a while.

SECTIONS

arrow
LIVE SMARTER