The most recent episode of Thrones - "Spoils of War" - saw Bronn's Lannister army happily transporting their newly acquired gold after the massacre of Highgarden.
Bronn's anti-dragon tactics didn't go down too well with Game of Thrones fans.
While Bronn is now being paid by Jaime for his loyalty, he's a character that has in the past worked for Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), and shared a close bond with him. 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.
However, Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn on the show, has revealed that he's suddenly grown unpopular with the fans for shooting a spear at Drogon.
"His personal stake is there, in that that's where his debts lie his dream-future is in Jaime's hands".
The actor took his pick when asked who is more important to Bronn, Tyrion or Jaime. "He's looking out for himself".
"He doesn't have total disregard for Jaime, but he has a bond with Tyrion that's hard for him to ignore".
"I was surprised when watching [the battle sequence]", he told in the interview. And the connection they've made with their sense of humour'.
When Bronn shot down Daenerys' dragons, Drogon Jeremy Flynn lost a lot of fans.
'There's an element of frustration in terms of how [Bronn's] being used. "He sees him as an underdog like himself", he said.
'Nobody's going to be happy to be told to ride through that battlefield with the dragon ahead'.
The poor dragon! "The armorers on this show are just geniuses, and they try to make everything as authentic as possible", he said, adding that he really shot the piece of equipment during filming. All will become clear when "Eastwatch" airs on August 13. So not just he shot down Dany's favorite dragon, he also happily claimed he had fun killing it.
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