Right now, it seems like everyone has an opinion on "Game of Thrones'" infamous "Red Wedding," but don't ask Peter Dinklage what he thought of the bloody scene, because the star recently admitted that he doesn't actually watch "Game of Thrones" -- in fact, he doesn't even have an HBO subscription.
The Emmy-winning actor made the surprising admission to photographers in Montreal, per TMZ, pointing out that filming the series was "a year ago for me," so none of the revelations in Season 3's final two episodes were particularly shocking to him.
Dinklage wouldn't be the first actor who refused to watch his own show, although the lack of an HBO subscription doesn't seem to stop many avid viewers these days: The show remains the most pirated TV series on the web and HBO's programming president apparently isn't fazed by the news.
“I probably shouldn’t be saying this, but it is a compliment of sorts,” Michael Lombardo told EW earlier this year. “The demand is there. And it certainly didn’t negatively impact the DVD sales. [Piracy is] something that comes along with having a wildly successful show on a subscription network.” Failing illegal means, we're pretty sure that the star knows a few people who could hook him up with the DVDs ...
Are you surprised that Dinklage doesn't watch "Game of Thrones"?