Either way, we all have to agree that there are few TV shows that do like “Game of Thrones”. The level of character-driven storytelling depicted through the vast immersive world is the basis of its appeal. Its breathtaking cinematography is already a feat, making the world of Westeros a place where every problem can be solved with a sword or a saddle. The overwhelming success of “Game of Thrones” has made it the biggest TV show in the world – with many actors eager to join the show in any capacity. Richard Madden (who played Robb Stark for three seasons) has been a dream for him for as long as he’s been, but when it’s time for him to go, the Golden Globe-winning actor only knows “thanks” for his experience.
Since leaving “Game of Thrones,” Richard Madden has been involved in a variety of genres – he’s played a prince, a cop, a soldier, and even a superhero. And he probably wouldn’t have been able to do this without a timely “Game of Thrones” exit.
Playing Rob Stark for 5 years wasn’t easy
In Interview “Actors about actors” by Variety magazine alongside Amy Adams, Richard Madden reminisced about his years working on “Game of Thrones”. Although Madden’s character Robb Stark was one of many to experience a tragic, brutal death at the end of season 3, his other co-stars continued to star in all eight seasons of the series. The actor spent the formative five years of his career filming “Game of Thrones” and he’s grateful for everything he’s learned.
“I died at the end of season 3. It was hard to finish because it was five years from the first pilot to my death. But five years is a great time to be on the show. It has helped me a lot. In my career and experience, I learned a lot from filming 30 hours of television. You really start an apprenticeship when you do that. And after that, I’m grateful to leave it. the actors in there must have been 11 years playing these characters. Give these guys some medals, because it’s a marathon.”
‘There is a limitation that comes from doing these TV shows’
While Madden is excited at the prospect of working in different genres of films and taking on other roles, he’s “sad” to have to leave his “Game of Thrones” family with whom he has spent so much time. a lot of time. The actor shared, “I’m happy to continue that work and do the rest of my twenties to do other jobs, other characters. There is a limitation that comes from doing these things. this TV show because sometimes you can’t – you’re not allowed to do other things.”
The actor explained that navigating multiple projects while starring in TV shows was challenging because of scheduling conflicts and commitments with the press. As sad as he’s running out of time on “Game of Thrones,” Madden is “comfortable” and ready for his departure.
Robb Stark was tragically killed by Freys in “The Rains of Castamere,” the penultimate episode of season 3. He was shot multiple crossbows, stabbed with a dagger in the heart, and his corpse later beheaded, with the werewolf’s head sewn back into his own. The King of the North was massacred at the Red Wedding along with his mother, Lady Catelyn Stark, and his pregnant wife, Queen Talisa. “Game of Thrones” may have had too many shocking moments – but the brutal Red Wedding has been unforgettable, for its shocking value and incredible ending, since the episode aired. in 2013.
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