Richard Madden Reflects on Filming the Red Wedding Scene
Next June, it will be the 10th anniversary of one of the most memorable moments in Game of Thrones – the Red Wedding. Richard Madden, the star of the scene, recently revealed that he cried a lot when they finished filming it.
During an interview, Madden said he felt like he was losing his family after experiencing five years of working with the team behind Game of Thrones.
The Red Wedding: A Traumatic Experience for Richard Madden
The Red Wedding, which occurred in episode 9 of season 3, remains to be one of the most unforgettable moments in Game of Thrones. During this scene, Walder Frey betrayed Robb Stark and ordered the murder of him, his mother, his wife, their unborn child, and the rest of the guests.
Madden remembers how difficult it was to shoot the scene and how emotional he felt when it was over. It meant the end of his path as Robb Stark in the series and the loss of his on-screen family.
Richard Madden on Leaving Game of Thrones
The actor only appeared in the first three seasons of the show and had to say goodbye to the team he had worked with for five years. Since leaving Game of Thrones, Madden has been busy working on other projects, such as ‘Citadel’ on Amazon Prime Video.
Despite being part of a different series, Madden has not forgotten the impact of the Red Wedding and how it shaped his experience as an actor.
What’s Next for Richard Madden
For those who may be wondering what Madden has been up to, the actor is set to star in ‘Citadel’ alongside Priyanka Chopra Jonas. The highly anticipated show is expected to be one of the most expensive series in history and is produced by the Russo brothers.
As for Game of Thrones, Madden has not yet seen the spinoff ‘The House of the Dragon’ but plans to catch up on it soon.
The Red Wedding was a pivotal moment in Game of Thrones, and it continues to influence the lives of those involved. Richard Madden’s reflections on the difficult scene and the impact it had on him serve as a reminder of the emotional toll of working on such a complex show.