Sophie Turner Weighs in on Sansa Stark's Fate in 'Game of Thrones'

Sophie Turner Weighs in on Sansa Stark's Fate in 'Game of Thrones'

Sophie Turner is just fine with how Game of Thrones ended, thank you very much.

The 23-year-old actress weighed in on the hit HBO series’ controversial ending during a new interview with Entertainment Weekly.

While some fans were disappointed that Sophie’s character, Sansa Stark, didn’t end up sitting on the Iron Throne, she says she’s happy with how Sansa’s story ended.

“I wasn’t bummed at all,” Sophie said. “Because ever since the end of season 1, Sansa has not been about the capital or being queen. She doesn’t believe she could rule and doesn’t want to. She knows her place is in the North and she can rule the people of the North and rule Winterfell. She’d probably be capable [of being queen of the Seven Kingdoms] with the help of her family and advisors like Tyrion. But she has no desire to be ruler of all of the Seven Kingdoms.”

Sophie will appear next in Dark Phoenix, which opens in theaters June 7th.

BTS' J-Hope Donates Thousands for School Scholarships

BTS' J-Hope Donates Thousands for School Scholarships

J-Hope is paying it forward!

The 25-year-old BTS singer has donated thousands to fund school scholarships in Korea.

J-Hope has reportedly donated approximately $83,900 through ChildFund Korea.

The money that J-Hope has donated is being used to help fund scholarships for five years for low-income students at Jeonnam Girls’ Commercial High School.

Thanks to J-Hope’s generous donation, 10 students will be chosen each year of the scholarship to receive 500,000 won (or about $420) each.

According to the Gwangju Metropolitan Office of Education, the students who receive J-Hope’s scholarship money will be chosen based on “outstanding grades and good conduct.”

The school was so grateful for J-Hope’s donation, they recently had a special assembly to celebrate the scholarships.

The Title For New 'Minions' Movie Has Been Revealed

The Title For New 'Minions' Movie Has Been Revealed

A brand new Minions movie is on its’ way and officially has a title!

Deadline is reporting that the upcoming animated feature will be titled Minions: The Rise of Gru, and will be out in July next year.

If you remember at the end of the first Minions movie, the yellow creatures just had their brush with a young Gru, who stole the crown jewels from Scarlet Overkill.

In another blink and you’ll miss it moment, you can spot Gru and his mom at the evil convention at a booth advertising the Freeze Ray.

More details are yet to come about the flick.

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See All The Pics From Hailey Bieber's Levi's Fashion Campaign!

Chandler Kinney, Baby Ariel & Pearce Joza Join 'Zombies 2' As Werewolves!

Chandler Kinney, Baby Ariel & Pearce Joza Join 'Zombies 2' As Werewolves!

Three of your fave stars just joined Zombies 2!

Chandler Kinney, Baby Ariel and Pearce Joza are set to star as a trio of werewolves in the upcoming sequel movie.

The flick, which starts filming next week in Toronto, begins after last year’s groundbreaking semester at Seabrook High, and a new group of outsiders – mysterious werewolves – threaten the newfound unity and cause a rift between Zed and Addison.

Meg Donnelly, Milo Manheim, Kylee Russell, Trevor Tordjman, Carla Jeffery, James Godfrey and Kingston Foster are all set to return.