‘Game of Thrones’ Season 5 Spoilers: Jamie’s Reaction to Tywin’s Murder, Tyrion Meets Aegon Targaryen
By Riza Ornos | September 4, 2014 4:38 PM EST
"Game of Thrones" season 4 ended with horrible deaths and one of which is Tywin Lannister who was killed by his own son, Tyrion Lannister. Now that season 5 is in production, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau revealed Jamie's reaction to Tywin's murder, knowing that it was he who let Tyrion escape after he lost from the trial by combat.
Cast member Peter Dinklage poses at the premiere for the third season of the television series "Game of Thrones" in Hollywood, California March 18, 2013. The third season debuts on HBO on March 31. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
One of the highlights in season 4, Tyrion killing his own father and escaping Cersei's wrath is the perfect finale for season 4. But what will Jamie do when he finds out that his own brother, whom he helped escape, is the one who put the arrow into his father's heart?
"It wasn't something that his sister would want him to do and I think it's safe to say that he didn't expect in his wildest dreams that the consequences would be that his father would get killed," "The Other Woman" actor told E! Online. "I think even though his father was a very complicated man, he was still his father. Jaime loved him. So it's going to be a very complicated situation for Jaime when the show comes back."
Now in a complicated situation, will Jaime avenge his father's death? And just like Cersei, will he hunt Tyrion down and offer his head to his twin sister?
Since the beginning, Jamie and Tyrion always have each other's back but with season 4's finale, things could change between the two brothers. Now with a price on his head, Tyrion is on the run with a mission to find the Mother of Dragons, Daenerys Targaryen, to help her take the Iron Throne.
Played by Emmy-winner Peter Dinklage, Tyrion's journey will take him to Volantis where he is going to be sold as a slave to Illyrio Mopatis. With Cersei offering Lordships to any man who brings his head, the imp will make new alliances to keep himself alive.
Based on George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" series, Tyrion will meet Griff and young Griff, who happens to be Lord Jon Connington and Aegon Targaryen. Believed to be dead after the sacking of King's Landing, Aegon is the only son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Elia Martell. With stronger claims to the Iron Throne than his aunt Daenerys, the young dragon is on his way to meet the Queen of Meereen.
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