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, she was thrown into the Black Cells along with her brother, Loras, at the hands of the High Sparrow thanks to information delivered by Cersei. By the end of the season, she was told she’d need to stand trial for giving false testimony in defending her brother.
on Monday, host James Corden tried his level best to wheedle spoilers out of Margaery herself, Natalie Dormer, but was largely unsuccessful despite what he certainly felt to be a convincing argument. (“They’re not gonna fire you! You’re halfway through shooting it. Don’t worry about it. You have a massive movie coming out Friday; you probably just want to get out of your contract anyway, so let’s just blow the doors off the thing!”)
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Finally, Dormer did offer the tiniest of teases, much to the delight of fellow guest Ty Burrell: “Cersei is the least of Margaery’s problems,” she said. “She’s got bigger problems this season.”
And for any concerned animal activists, don’t worry — the spears thrown into Drogon’s back were CGI. Check out the full segment above.
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