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The GOT actor comments in on whether Jaime could ever kill Cersei
A theory which is building quiet a momentum among Game of Thrones fans is that whether Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) may for the matter of fact kill his twin sister and lover, Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey).

Nikolaj commented in on a theory this week earlier while doing press for his upcoming Netflix film Small Crimes, and while he can't deny or conform it, he does appear to have thought of it quite a bit more than we would expect.

"I mean I don't think he — I'm just saying it's a valid theory," Nikolaj told Mashable. "I can see it makes sense, it has a beautiful — it's a nice circle [that] they are born together in the womb and then he kills her at the end…It makes sense."

I mean it would in no sense be as shocking as it may seem, given the fact that we have witnessed some absolutely shocking and heart wrenching deaths in the game of thrones Journey so far. The fans should be ready for this one as well, if at all this is to happen in the upcoming season of Game of Thrones.

It wasn't anywhere lost on him that Jaime had killed "the Mad King for advocating a mass genocide and that his sister cum lover is now guilty of the same in her wild determination to stay in power.

"You could say that could — that the motivation for doing that would be the same for killing Cersei, but I haven't seen anything yet before Season 7 that would make me believe that he was capable of doing that," he added.

Before Season 7, sure, but what about in it?

"I don't know," he says quickly. "Well, I do, but you'll have to watch the show."

Game of Thrones returns on sixteenth of July

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