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'GOT'delayed Natalie's film 'In Darkness'

Actor Natalie Dormer, who played Margaery on 'Game Of Thrones' from 2011 to 2016, said the tight schedule of the fantasy drama did not allow her work on her own feature film. During an appearance at this weekend's London Film and Comic Con, the 35–year–old actor said she was happy to learn about her ultimate demise on the HBO series because she was dying to work on her film In Darkness, reported Digital Spy.

"I finally made the movie that I wrote. It took about eight years to get it together it's hard to make an independent movie and if I'd still been in 'Game of Thrones' I wouldn't have been able to make In Darkness.
The movie follows a blind musician who tries to solve a murder and also stars Emily Ratajkowski, Ed Skrein and James Cosmo.
Dormer, however, said 'Game Of Thrones' showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss had already told her about Margaery's death more than a year before she was killed onscreen in the season six finale.
"We all have to dedicate, like, six months of our lives to 'Game of Thrones' every year. As actors we do get frustrated if we can't do the other jobs we want to do in the other months of the year.

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