Lena Headey reveals her character faced a "traumatic" moment that never made it into the HBO series.
"I was kind of gutted," Headey said of her character's fate on the HBO series.
“I just wanted to be on set with Lena [Headey] again, she’s good fun,” said the "Game of Thrones" actress in an interview.
Lena Headey, whose portrayal of Cersei Lannister has been heralded year after year, was given little to work with in the final stretch.
The women we championed for nearly a decade suffered confusing character shifts in the final season.
The “Game of Thrones” star apparently needed a little convincing to get on board with the series’ penultimate episode.
David Nutter explains the reasons behind some of the Episode 4 moments that had people talking.
Fans want revenge after the latest bloodbath on the HBO show.
Will there be a Mad Queen in Season 8?
It’s pretty killer. (And yes, beware spoilers for the Battle of Winterfell.)
Actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and 'GoT' writer Bryan Cogman set the record straight on Tyrion and Cersei's mysterious meetup.
Actress Lena Headey was originally against it too.
We asked former "Game of Thrones" actors how the show should end. Predictions are coming.
The gold-handed knight Jaime Lannister has gone from incestuous Kingslayer to a man of honor.
Did that one scene reveal a little too much?
The actress admits there are pros and cons to saying goodbye to a character as dynamic as Cersei Lannister.
The troll had mocked Headey's no-makeup video.
Winter is here, and clues are coming.
He didn't tell us when the HBO series is returning, but Jaime Lannister discussed surviving until the final season, the fate of Cersei and Gendry’s inexplicably fast running.
The name showed up in Social Security Administration data for the first time in 2017.