Game of Thrones S07E04: Fans turn on Bronn after dragon attack


"Since the day the battle aired, I've been a little unpopular, I have to say", Flynn told HBO's Making Game of Thrones blog.

'There's an element of frustration in terms of how [Bronn's] being used. Bronn even tells him to go back to King's Landing, but he sticks around and then makes Bronn basically go on a death run; it pisses Bronn off.

"I was surprised when I was watching it", he said.

Hopefully Flynn's postman speaks to him once he realizes Drogon appears to be in relatively good health. My postman won't speak to me because I shot the dragon.

He added that the Scorpion he fired was real - and super fun to play with.

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However, Flynn seemed to have forgotten one very important thing: many of Bronn's fans are also Drogon's fans.

It took four or five weeks to film that sequence, but the actual "death run" to Qyburn's scorpion happened over a couple of days. You've got all this extraordinary excellence around you - people who have been training for months to get every little piece of their puzzle right; stuntmen, armorers, everyone. And suddenly you're set free, and it's the ultimate boy's playground with a lot of adrenaline thrown in.

The "Loot Train Attack" scene ended in a cliffhanger sequence that turned out to be totally badass.

Discussing Bron's future and the prospect of him ditching Team Lannister, Jermone said: 'He doesn't have total disregard for Jaime. Additionally, if the duo were ever to lock swords, Flynn's assertion that Bronn is more fond of Tyrion than anyone else suggests that the man infamous for "following the money" could have some moral qualms about executing one of Cersei's most wanted. And the connection they've made with their sense of humor. He sees him as an underdog like himself. "It's probably the coolest weapon I'm going to get to play with".

In an interview with Game of Thrones network HBO, Bronn actor Jerome Flynn has hinted that he and Tyrion's relationship may yet live on, despite the recent battle in which Flynn had a giant crossbow pointed towards Tyrion's Queen.