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Legendary Game of Thrones actress Lena Headey has revealed that a deleted scene in season seven of the show could have changed how everyone saw her character.

If the deleted scene had been allowed to have stayed, the outcome of the iconic series may have been viewed in a different light.

Despised but badass queen Cersei Lannister let slip at a comic book convention in Munich that a key scene had been cut from the final episode showing.


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The 44-year-old actress believes that the scene would have aided in explaining Cersei's actions and choices over the final season.

Lena revealed that the edited scene showed Cersei losing the baby that she was to have with her brother, Jaime Lannister.

She described it as a "traumatic" scene and a "great moment for Cersei," which was sadly left on the cutting room floor. Speaking about the potential shock plot denouement, Lena said: "I kind of loved doing that because I thought it would've served her differently."


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Cersei had become pregnant with Jaime's child but had spent much of the final season convincing Euron Greyjoy that the unborn child was his, but it turns out Cersei wasn't pregnant at all.

The miscarriage would have arrived at the end of season seven. Lena has always been outspoken about Cersei's tame fate, and how it wasn't the dream death she had envisioned for one of the show's most cruel characters.

Speaking to The Guardian, Lena revealed: "I will say I wanted a better death. Obviously you dream of your death. You could go in any way on that show. So I was kind of gutted."

She explained; "But I just think they couldn't have pleased everyone. No matter what they did, I think there was going to be some big comedown from the climb."

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Numerous accounts of conflict between the stars and director against the show's creators David Benioff and D B Weiss have been reported since the show ended.

Speaking to IndieWire, director Miguel Sapochnik said that he hoped the Battle of Winterfell would play out very differently; "I wanted to kill everyone. I wanted to kill Jorah in the horse charge at the beginning. I was up for killing absolutely everyone.

"I wanted it to be ruthless, so that in the first 10 minutes, you say, ‘All bets are off; anyone could die.' And David and Dan didn't want to. There was a lot of back-and-forth on that." he continued.

There has been a massive amount of backlash against DW Weiss and David Benioff since season eight aired, but the two lads have stood firm.

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Who knew that Kris Jenner was the queen of ad-libbing?

The Kardashian momager is a key cameo in Ariana Grande's iconic noughties-inspired Thank U, Next music video, and the blooper reel has just been gifted to us and all we can say is; God is a Woman.

That woman is Kris.

Blooper reels are undeniably traditional when it comes to 1990s romantic comedies, and Ari has also bequeathed the audience with a WHOLE DELETED SCENE from the Legally Blonde aspect of the video.

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The "I'm taking the f*cking dog" scene from the renowned Reese Witherspoon flick features Ari masquerading as Jennifer Coolidge's lawyer while confronting her ex-boyfriend.

Troye Sivan getting smashed into a locker multiple times also features ("she's gonna f*cking slam me, I just know it"), not to mention a GAS moment where Miranda Sings' water breaks while Ari (AKA Regina George) walks past her. 

The funniest part HAS to be Kris Jenner getting a little too into her cameo role as Regina George's mom.

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While in the audience recording her beloved 'daughter' performing the song, Jenner whispers to the woman beside her;

“When I was raising Ariana I always told her that if a guy ever f*cks with her, she should just say "thank u, next." I told her … if she ever had sex without a condom, she’d get chlamydia and die.”

Wow, now THAT is called good acting.

As well as Mean Girls and Legally Blonde, the acclaimed video also paid tribute to Bring It On and 13 Going On 30.

Check out the blooper reel below:


So, the Harry Potter franchise is full of lovable, yet often underappreciated characters – Ginny Weasley, Nymphadora Tonks and Dean Thomas, just to name a few.

But, putting those (and many more) aside for a moment, it's time we focus our attention on the real unsung hero of the series, Draco Malfoy.

Yes, Hogwarts resident bad-boy may have originally been portrayed as a selfish, spoilt brat, but by the time the final films rolled around, the Slytherin poster-child began to show a vulnerable side.

He never wanted to kill Dumbledore. He was just a child who was easily influenced by his father's love for the dark arts.

And a deleted scene from Deathly Hallows: Part 2, proves this to be true.

The unseen clip shows Draco publicly denouncing Lord Voldemort and lending a helping hand to Harry by throwing his wand at him before the final showdown.

The footage was released along with another scene that shows Harry, Ron and Hermione plotting a break-in at Gringotts.

The clip resurfaced after a fan tweeted to say they would love the chance to read Harry Potter from Malfoy's point of view, prompting a reply from J.K. Rowling herself…

See, he wasn't all bad.

In fact, we reckon there's a little bit of Draco Malfoy in us all. 




It's getting closer and closer to Christmas which means we FINALLY have an excuse to break out our favourite soppy Christmas films with absolutely no judgement. 


Love Actually may only be a couple of years old but we already consider it to be one of the most heart-warming and classic Christmas films that there is. 

And just when we though we couldn't love it anymore, someone went and found these heartbreaking deleted scenes. 

At just under three minutes, the story line features the headmistress of the school featured in the film coming home from work to look after her ailing partner.

British actress Anne Reid plays the headmistress of the school in which the film’s climactic talent show takes place and Frances de la Tour plays her terminally ill partner.

Let's just say this story line does not have a happy ending. 

Considering that without these precious and brief scenes there are only heterosexual couples (and one bromance) featured in the film, we think this pairing might have helped to broaden the film's emotional reach.

Having said that, the film is pretty emotional as is and we may not have been able to cope. 

Watch the scenes here. 




We’re not sure why this scene was deleted from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire because we love it!

Watch as Katniss discreetly tells her mom and sister that they must pack up their things as the situation get serious in Panem.