Jaime is the eldest son of Tywin, younger twin brother of Cersei, and older brother of Tyrion Lannister. He is also involved in an incestuous sexual relationship with. In der HBO-Fantasyserie Game of Thrones bekam Coster-Waldau die Rolle des Jaime Lannister. Zu dieser Figur meinte er: „Was gibt es an Jaime nicht zu. BuzzFeed has breaking news, vital journalism, quizzes, videos, celeb news, Tasty food videos, recipes, DIY hacks, and all the trending buzz you'll want to share.
Nikolaj Coster-WaldauBei Sky findest Du sämtliche Infos zu Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), den Königsmörder. Lese hier alles über seine bisherige Geschichte. Jaime is the eldest son of Tywin, younger twin brother of Cersei, and older brother of Tyrion Lannister. He is also involved in an incestuous sexual relationship with. In der HBO-Fantasyserie Game of Thrones bekam Coster-Waldau die Rolle des Jaime Lannister. Zu dieser Figur meinte er: „Was gibt es an Jaime nicht zu.
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December 2, Jaime, profondamente addolorato, torna ad Approdo del Re con il cadavere di Myrcella e scopre che il leader religioso chiamato Alto Passero gestisce il regno al posto del debole re Tommen, figlio minore di Cersei e Jaime.
Jaime si unisce all'esercito della Casa Tyrell per lanciare un attacco al Tempio di Baelor, ma l'assalto viene annullato quando la regina Margaery Tyrell, moglie di Tommen, aderisce al Credo e induce Tommen a fare altrettanto.
Come punizione, Jaime viene rimosso dalla Guardia reale e inviato a Delta delle Acque con Bronn per assistere la Casa Frey nell'abbattimento di Brynden Tully, detto il Pesce Nero, e delle forze Tully occupanti.
Jaime si incontra con Brienne, che ha ritrovato Sansa Stark e vorrebbe che l'assedio terminasse, in modo da poter convincere le forze Tully a unirsi a quelle Stark, per strappare Grande Inverno ai Bolton.
Jaime decide di appoggiare l'iniziativa di Brienne, ma ogni tentativo di negoziazione fallisce.
Jaime allora minaccia l'erede di Casa Tully, Edmure, di uccidere suo figlio ed Edmure ordina ai soldati Tully di aprire le porte ai loro assalitori, permettendo a lord Frey di impossessarsi del castello.
Dopo aver saputo della dipartita del Pesce Nero, Jaime scorge Brienne e Podrick allontanarsi su una barca e saluta la donna silenziosamente.
Tornato alla Fortezza Rossa, Jaime assiste all'incoronazione della sorella come sovrana dei Sette Regni. Intanto, Jaime sacrifica Castel Granito, lasciando solo una piccola parte di soldati Lannister a difenderlo dagli Immacolati, mentre Euron brucia le loro navi, intrappolandoli.
La maggior parte delle truppe Lannister, guidate da Jaime, conquistano e saccheggiano Alto Giardino, impossessandosi del cibo e dell'oro dei Tyrell.
Alla fine della battaglia, Jaime incontra lady Olenna e le concede una morte indolore, facendole bere del vino avvelenato. Nei pressi delle Rapide Nere, l'esercito di Jaime viene assaltato dai Dothraki e da Daenerys, a cavallo del drago Drogon, i quali fanno un massacro.
Grazie all'intercessione di Bronn, Jaime riceve un'inaspettata visita di Tyrion. Malgrado i dissapori tra i due, dovuti all'uccisione del padre da parte del Folletto, Jaime ascolta il fratello, che lo informa dell'imminente arrivo di un esercito di morti da oltre la Barriera e che lui e Daenerys porteranno prove che convinceranno Cersei a stabilire un armistizio per unire le forze.
Quando la sorella accetta la tregua con Daenerys, Jaime fa preparare le truppe per partire verso Nord e contribuire alla battaglia contro i non-morti, ma Cersei gli rivela di aver mentito: ha complottato con Euron per assumere la Compagnia Dorata e portarla a Westeros, in modo da combattere contro i sopravvissuti della guerra tra i non-morti e l'esercito di Daenerys e del Nord.
Jaime, ormai senza alcuna speranza che la sorella ritrovi la ragione, risponde di non avere alcuna intenzione di rompere il giuramento di alleanza e parte per il Nord da solo.
Jaime giunge al Nord, dove rivela ai lord e a Daenerys il tradimento di Cersei: non fidandosi di lui e volendo punirlo per la morte del padre, Daenerys vorrebbe condannarlo a morte, ma Jon e Sansa, convinti da Tyrion e Brienne, lo assolvono e decidono di integrarlo nel loro esercito.
Ha poi un colloquio privato con Bran scusandosi per averlo gettato dalla torre e Bran gli risponde di non provare rancore nei suoi confronti.
Nelle ore che precedono la battaglia, alla presenza di Tyrion, Tormund, Podrick e Davos, Jaime realizza il sogno di Brienne, nominandola Cavaliere dei Sette Regni.
Durante la battaglia, Jaime e Brienne si proteggono a vicenda, ma vengono sopraffatti dai non-morti; la morte del Re della Notte per mano di Arya Stark, tuttavia, permette loro di sopravvivere.
Dopo la vittoria, Jaime e Brienne diventano amanti. Durante il viaggio per Approdo del Re, Jaime viene catturato dai soldati di Daenerys.
Viene tuttavia liberato da Tyrion, il quale gli chiede di far suonare le campane di Approdo del Re in segno di resa, in modo da salvare gli abitanti dalla furia di Daenerys, e lo ringrazia per essere stato l'unico membro della famiglia ad averlo trattato con affetto.
Mentre la Fortezza Rossa crolla su di loro, Jaime abbraccia Cersei, in un ultimo gesto di affetto. Altri progetti. Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.
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One of the things I wanted to explore with Jaime, and with so many of the characters, is the whole issue of redemption.
When can we be redeemed? Is redemption even possible? When do we forgive people? Our society is full of people who have fallen in one way or another How many good acts make up for a bad act?
I don't know the answer, but these are questions worth thinking about. I want there to be a possibility of redemption for us, because we all do terrible things.
We should be able to be forgiven. Because if there is no possibility of redemption, what's the answer then? Remember, Jaime isn't just trying to kill Bran because he's an annoying little kid.
Bran has seen something that is basically a death sentence for Jaime, for Cersei, and their children So I've asked people who do have children, "Well, what would you do in Jaime's situation?
If Bran tells King Robert, he's going to kill you and your sister-lover, and your three children Then many of them hesitate.
Probably more people than not would say, "Yeah, I would kill someone else's child to save my own child, even if that other child was innocent.
Jaime Lannister accompanies the royal family to Winterfell , where King Robert Baratheon hopes to persuade his old friend Ned Stark to serve as Hand of the King.
During the visit, Ned's young son Bran inadvertently spies Jaime and Cersei having sex in a remote tower,  at which point Jaime pushes the boy out a window, intending to kill Bran to keep their relationship secret.
When an assassin later tries to kill Bran, his mother Catelyn Stark accuses and arrests Tyrion.
Ned later discovers that Robert's three children are actually the products of Jaime and Cersei's affair, but is executed by the oldest child, Joffrey Baratheon, upon the latter's ascension as king.
Jaime then rides for the Riverlands to aid Tywin in his campaign against the Riverlands, taking command of half the Lannister host.
He besieges the Riverlands' capital of Riverrun, but his army is waylaid by Robb Stark's army in the Battle of the Whispering Wood. Jaime is taken prisoner and incarcerated in Riverrun.
In the meantime, Joffrey has named Jaime as commander of his Kingsguard. Hillary Busis of Entertainment Weekly called the twist of Jaime and Cersei in the tower "lurid and shocking, exactly what I needed to jolt me awake and make me start paying closer attention By the end of the chapter — 'The things I do for love' — I was totally hooked on Thrones ".
I've had a million people tell me that was the moment that hooked them, where they said, "Well, this is just not the same story I read a million times before.
Tyrion makes several attempts to free Jaime, first by having disguised Lannister guards attempt to break him out and then by offering to swap Arya Stark and Sansa Stark for Jaime.
After hearing of the supposed deaths of Bran and Rickon Stark , Catelyn interrogates Jaime. Jaime admits to pushing Bran out the tower window, to his incest with Cersei and to fathering her children.
Jaime then mocks Ned for having tarnished his own honour by fathering a bastard, prompting Catelyn to call her bodyguard Brienne of Tarth for her sword.
Jaime is freed by Catelyn and sent to King's Landing to exchange for Sansa and Arya, escorted by Brienne of Tarth and Jaime's cousin Ser Cleos Frey.
Cleos is killed by bandits and Jaime and Brienne are captured by the Brave Companions, who were formerly in service to Tywin but have defected to Roose Bolton.
Their leader, Vargo Hoat, cuts off Jaime's sword hand in the hope that Tywin will blame Roose and prevent the Boltons defecting to the Lannisters.
While returning to King's Landing, Jaime has a dream about Brienne and decides to return to Harrenhal to rescue her from Hoat. Continuing on to King's Landing, Jaime and Brienne learn that Robb and Catelyn have been murdered at the Red Wedding, and that Joffrey has been poisoned, with Tyrion on trial for the murder; Jaime refuses to believe Tyrion is guilty.
Tywin gifts Jaime with a Valyrian steel sword forged from House Stark's ancestral sword Ice and reveals that he plans to have Jaime released from his vows to the Kingsguard, disowning him when Jaime declines.
Jaime passes the sword on to Brienne and tasks her with finding and protecting the fugitive Sansa Stark. He then forces Varys into helping Tyrion escape, confessing to Tyrion that he owed him a debt for his role in Tysha's fate.
Outraged, Tyrion spitefully reveals to Jaime Cersei's affairs during his imprisonment, swears vengeance on Jaime and the rest of House Lannister, and lies that he did indeed kill Joffrey, before killing Tywin.
Jaime and Cersei's relationship breaks down after he repeatedly declines her requests to become the new Hand of the King and he becomes more disturbed by Cersei's arrogance and impulsive leadership.
Jaime tries to reconcile Kevan and Cersei, in hopes that Kevan will take the role of Hand. Kevan rebuffs Jaime's efforts, and implies that he knows of Jaime and Cersei's incestuous relationship.
Cersei orders Jaime to go to Riverrun and dislodge Ser Brynden "Blackfish" Tully. Before his leaving, Jaime has an armorer forge him a prosthetic hand.
He takes the tongueless Ser Ilyn Payne with him to teach him to fight with his left hand, using the lessons to confess to his numerous crimes.
During the march, he encounters his cousin Lancel, who confesses to his affair with Cersei. Jaime persuades Edmure Tully to force the Blackfish's surrender by threatening to sack the castle and kill Edmure's child when it is born, though Edmure assists the Blackfish in escaping.
Jaime later receives a letter from Cersei, who has been imprisoned by the High Sparrow and is awaiting trial and begs Jaime to be her champion in her trial by combat, but Jaime has the letter burned without reply.
Jaime travels to Raventree Hall and negotiates Lord Tytos Blackwood's surrender, officially ending House Stark's insurrection.
In the aftermath, he is approached by Brienne, who claims that Sansa is in danger from Sandor "The Hound" Clegane. Jaime is portrayed by Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in the HBO adaptation Game of Thrones.
In October , Coster-Waldau and several other key cast members, all contracted for six seasons of the series, renegotiated their deals to include a potential seventh season and salary increases for seasons five, six, and seven.
Matt Fowler of IGN noted in that "the people who do seem to get redemption arcs on this show are the villains". But Jaime wasn't a black-and-white baddie for long.
In fact, GoT spent the next three seasons transforming him into a pretty sympathetic character. The turning point was when Jaime was captured and chained up by the Starks—an ordeal that humbled him, humanized him, and eventually left him without a sword hand, struggling to find a new, post-Kingslayer identity for himself.
Sure, Jaime could still slaughter his own cousin to escape captivity. But he could also rescue his sidekick Brienne of Tarth from a bear.
And pledge to return the Stark girls to their mother, Catelyn. And refuse to kill his brother Tyrion on Cersei's behalf. And so on.
He was a compromised, conflicted asshole—but he was basically trying to do the right thing. Fowler wrote that Jaime's adventure with Brienne was "the best storyline of the season" in Season 3 , aside from the Red Wedding.
Jaime's apparent rape of Cersei in the fourth season episode " Breaker of Chains " created controversy among fans and journalists, who debated the show's depiction of sexual violence against women as well as Jaime's character development.
The cast members involved initially gave only vague comments, but after the fourth season was released on Blu-ray and the showrunners avoided making any comment about the scene in it it is conspicuously the only episode which has no commentary track , both Coster-Waldau and Headey publicly stated that the scene was never intended to portray rape at all - they were given no instructions to this effect such as in the script nor did they play it that way, and apparently the scene was just edited very confusingly.
In the source novel A Storm of Swords , the sex between Jaime and Cersei in the equivalent scene is consensual.
What happens next dramatically complicates the work Game of Thrones has done to make Jaime a more explicable, even sympathetic character, given what we learned of his reasons for killing the king he was sworn to protect.
Jaime has experienced profound losses over the last two seasons. His hand and his identity as a fighter have been taken from him. His son has been murdered.
His father, a toxic, commanding man has returned to his life. And what Cersei is asking of Jaime is that he remove one of the few remaining things that gives him happiness, the little brother who makes him feel better about his hand, from existence.
To assuage her pain and grief, Cersei is asking Jaime to inflict more pain on himself But his response is not to stop loving her, not to stop believing that he is victim to the gods.
Instead, Jaime rapes his sister, passing that sense of unendurable pain on to her. He must know that this is the worst possible way that he could hurt her.
Jaime knew that Robert raped Cersei It is an exceptionally cruel thing for Jaime to do. Coster-Waldau said, "If you look closer there are those moments where she—well, I haven't seen the finished edit, of course—but we tried to have it where she goes into it then she pulls away, she goes in then she pulls away, but of course he is forcing himself.
But we never discussed it as that. It was a woman in grief for her dead child, and the father of the child—who happens to be her brother—who never really acknowledged the children is standing with her.
That, for me, is where she was at. There was an emotional block, and [her brother] was just a bit of a drug for her. The Jaime-Cersei scene was subsequently ignored for the rest of Season 4 and the rest of the series.
Writing on website TheMarySue. Pahle argued that in real life a woman would be traumatized by being raped, not act as if nothing had happened immediately afterwards.
Pahle said that even if the show's creators did not intend it as a rape scene, ignoring questions about the scene and hoping they would go away over time was insensitive to the audience.
In , Christopher Hooton wrote for The Independent :. Game of Throne s is full of characters who are very sure of themselves Except Jaime Lannister, who was given a considerable amount of screen time this week in order to establish a little more complexity in his character.
Thus far in the show his character arc has gone from "massive jerk", to "still a massive jerk but admirable in how he withstands imprisonment" to "maybe he's starting to redeem himself".
This third strand had waned a little in season 6 as he returned to Cersei's side, but showed glimpses of returning in episode 8 as he was reunited with Brienne, about the only character who can appeal to his sense of guilt and honour.
Jaime's storyline in the first season remains, for the most part, identical to his book storyline, with only minor details altered.
Introduced in the pilot, " Winter is Coming ", Jaime is established as queen Cersei Lannister 's brother and a knight of King Robert Baratheon 's Kingsguard.
After being discovered by Brandon Stark to be having an affair with Cersei, Jaime pushes the boy to his presumed death, only for Bran to survive the fall, admittedly with life-changing injuries and little recollection of the event.
As the season continues, Cersei expresses her concern to Jaime that Bran will one day remember being pushed and expose their incestuous affair, which has spawned all three of Cersei's children.
Jaime soon joins his father Tywin Lannister in the field as they face off against Robb Stark 's army following the imprisonment of Ned Stark in King's Landing.
At the Battle of Whispering Wood, Robb captures Jaime from the Lannister forces and uses him as a hostage.
In the aftermath of Jaime's capture, he confesses to Catelyn that he tried to kill Bran, but refuses to reveal why. Robb brings a captive Jaime with his camp as they march through the Westerlands, as Robb fears Tywin may coerce one of his bannerman into freeing Jaime.
At one point Jaime attempts to escape by beating his cousin and fellow inmate Alton Lannister to death and strangling his guard Torrhen Karstark when he comes to investigate.
Jaime is soon recaptured by Robb's bannermen, but the anger of Torrhen's father Rickard proves fatal for Robb's campaign in the coming months.
After Jaime goads Catelyn by mentioning Ned's rumoured infidelity, she releases him and has Brienne of Tarth escort him to King's Landing to trade for her daughters, Sansa and Arya.
After spending several weeks on the road, Jaime attempts to free himself from Brienne's escort and return home to King's Landing by himself.
During his attempts to do this, however, they are soon captured by a squad of soldiers sporting the banners of House Bolton. As their prisoner, Jaime manages to convince them not to rape Brienne, but their leader Locke takes umbrage when Jaime tries to use his status to secure his own release.
He chops off Jaime's sword hand.
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