Peter Dinklage: It's a flawless time to end Game of Thrones

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"Game of Thrones" fans may be lamenting the coming series finale of HBO's hit show, but actor Peter Dinklage (who plays Tyrion Lannister), thinks the timing couldn't be better.

Between this and Bloys' statement above, we should probably set aside our hopes for House of Cards, Westeros-style, only starting with the part where Claire Underwood takes over instead of taking five seasons to get there. I think if they went any further ... it's the ideal timing to end it.

"It's bittersweet when it's time to move on with everything", Dinklage, who can now be seen on a big-screen in New Zealand in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, said.

Just like Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) in the "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", the "X-Men: Days of the Future Past" star said that "it's time" for the "Game of Thrones" to end.

Tyrion has really gone through the ringer over the course of Game Of Thrones' seven-series run.

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An exact air date for the season eight premiere is yet to be released, but it is expected that it will land in 2019. If anything, Star Trek has shown you don't have to have direct sequels to make things work - you can jump around the timeline, and the fans will follow. "It's time, story wise, not just for all our lives". This indicates that the filming for three episodes of Season 8 is already completed.

Dinklage has played the character on the show since 2011. "Especially when you've spent more than a couple months with people", the actor said.

The wait for the end is a long one; we likely have more than a year still to go.

Speaking to Variety, Dinklage called the final season "bittersweet" and "heartbreaking" but added that "it's time".

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