Maisie Williams Doesn't Think 'Anyone Is Going to Be Satisfied' When Game of Thrones Ends
Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams has already begun planting the seeds for her post-Arya Stark life. The 21-year-old Bristol-born actress began a new venture in stage acting last year and recently developed an app called Daisie, a networking tool for those in the creative arts industry.
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Even though Williams appears to have set herself up for a busy 2019 and beyond, she has admitted that moving on from Game of Thrones—a TV series she has been a part of for eight years—won't be an easy task.
“It's going to be really weird when it's done and every day it's a step closer to it not being a part of my life anymore," Williams recently told Sky News. "People are going to come up to me on the street and say 'Weren't you on that show?' and that's going to be bizarre."
Williams, who was cast in the epic HBO series when she was just 13 years old, went on to say that she doesn’t think anyone will be satisfied once the series is over after its final episode airs on May 19, 2019.
"I don't think anyone is going to be satisfied [when it ends]," she said. "I don't think anyone wants it to end, but I'm really proud of this final season. I've always felt ashamed to say things like that but I am."
Even though she's immensely proud of the final season, Williams won’t be hosting any big send-off party like her co-star Kit Harington. Instead, Williams will likely choose a more laid-back way to say goodbye to the groundbreaking series.
"[It will] probably be me and my flatmate, and he's going to say 'well done,' and I'm going to go 'thanks, bedtime,'" Williams admitted.
The final season of Game of Thrones premieres on April 14, 2019.