King Joffrey Reveals How He Thinks 'Game Of Thrones' Will End
King Joffrey's risen from the dead and has something to say.
That was a blatant lie, but Jack Gleeson, the actor who played the infamous king, has something to say about the way "Game of Thrones" will end.
Gleeson spoke on a spotlight panel at New York Comic Con on Friday, October 7. He divulged details about his audition, how he got into the Joffrey mindset and what he's working on these days.
To the shock of the audience, King Joffrey himself revealed he actually doesn't watch the show anymore... because "there's too much to catch up on."
He continued, saying,
I hear it's really good, they always win Emmys. Maybe I should give it a shot.
Fans had the opportunity to go up to the mic and ask Gleeson questions during the panel. One fan asked him the eternal question on all fans' minds: Who do you think will end up on the Iron Throne?
First, Gleeson did the cutest thing I've literally ever witnessed.
Then, despite the fact he doesn't even watch the greatest show on television, Gleeson said he actually doesn't think anyone will end up on the Iron Throne.
He cited a theory he heard that says the Iron Throne will end up destroyed and melted, symbolizing the destruction of the hierarchy and the crown.
Sure. Great. Thanks.
It's definitely a solid theory, but it's not really the answer those of us who are suffering from constant, emotionally draining, physically exhausting "Game Of Thrones" withdrawal really wanted.
Personally, I would've loved if Gleeson told the audience he recently received a script in the mail saying Joffrey would be making a triumphant return to the show as a White Walker seeking revenge.
But there's a reason I'm sitting here writing this article and not writing the final two seasons of "Game of Thrones."