Season Six's bloody finale was bitter-sweet, leaving the shamed shame nun at the mercy of Cersei Lannister's zombified bodyguard.
I never in a million years would have thought I would be in Dubrovnik surrounded by hundreds of extras and crew members throwing food at me, but it was amazing.
“Lena was so good about walking beside me and guiding me into what Cersei was thinking and the movements. ’ — and trying to make light of the fact we’re all covered in everything and going through this together.” But she admitted it wasn’t easy: “It was very surreal and emotional, to be honest. Lena and I put so much into that scene and to see it all come together was really special.” Lena said she chose not to do the six-minute scene ‘for several reasons’.
The actress said of Rebecca: “I was like, ‘Listen guys, she happens to have a beautiful body, but I don’t do casting.’ If somebody is brave enough to do this, I applaud it.” Hannah Waddingham, who played the septa accompanying the queen, revealed Lena has many tattoos that the make-up department would have had to cover up if she had done the walk herself.
"Jane Shore, mistress of King Edward IV, was punished that way after Edward died," he explained. It was a punishment directed at women to break their pride.
And Cersei is defined by her pride." Jane Shore herself, it transpires, was in fact named Elizabeth Shore (the name "Jane" appears to be a mistake, passed down through history after it was invented by a playwright in the 17th century).