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viernes, 30 de junio de 2017

Pretty Little Liars' Original Ending Was MUCH Darker & Troian Bellisario Talks Angry Fans




Thank you to Pandora Premium for sponsoring this episode. Listen Now at http://pdora.co/2sdJra5 More Celebrity News ►► http://bit.ly/SubClevverNews Troian Bellisario reveals a major truth bomb about the original, and much darker ending of Pretty Little Liars, and she has a message for all the fans who weren’t too pleased with the ending. So just FYI, if you haven’t yet tuned in, which I don’t know what’s taking you this long, MAJOR. Spoilers. Ahead! As if the shocking final moments of Pretty Little Liars’ final episode weren’t already a lot to take in, as Alex nearly murdered Spencer, Toby identified the REAL Spencer, and Mona now holding Alex and Mary hostage as living dolls, Troian Bellisario has just revealed an even darker original ending (as if it wasn’t already dark enough). She opened up to Entertainment Tonight saying QUOTE, “Originally the ending was supposed to be a little bit different where Alex had kind of gotten away with it a little bit more, and the only person that was onto her was Toby. But I think that ultimately would've left things too much up in the air and we would've been worried for Spencer. So it was really fun because this way, Spencer got a happy ending, and all the girls got a happy ending, and Alex got to be with her family — which is great, but also in a little bit of a tricky situation.” Another kicker is that the show’s creator Marlene King, originally questioned a different character to be A.D., but changed her mind at the last minute, saying, “Originally my mind was going to Wren as A.D., but we had to be realistic and there have been times when we really needed a character who wasn’t a series regular and we couldn’t get them on the show.” But everything seemed to play out quite perfectly in the end, and Troian agreed, saying that she hoped what many PLL fans already knew in that Spencer and Toby were going to end up being the most ‘badass domestic partners’ and that she felt like it would be a much more quiet elopement, similar to how Hanna and Caleb did, or even just end up non-traditionally dating for the rest of their lives. She said QUOTE, “They would have children together, and they would live together, but they would also be like, ‘We are independent people.’ If he needs to go backpack through the Himalayas for year, he could totally do that. And if she needs to go live on her own in Paris for a year, she could totally do that. But I think that they would always end up coming back to each other.” But ultimately, Troian knew that not everyone would be 100% pleased with the finale, and that it would be impossible to try and make the entire PLL fanbase happy. She apologized for not giving fans exactly what they wanted, but did have this to say: QUOTE, “The thing I want to say to those people is: I think the show was supposed to end in year six with Charlotte revealed as ‘A.’ When we decided to continue working on it and decided to create a new character, it’s a genesis story. It’s going to be a genesis story because somebody had to pick up the lead from Charlotte. I don’t know what to say other than I’m sorry. I’m literally trying not to go on social media because I know that people are going to be brutal.” Another thing she wanted to point out to fans is to take a step back and look at all the things they DID get. She said, “I know that the show means a lot to people and they’re going to be passionate either way. I would also say to look at all of the other things that you got. You got your Ezra wedding. You got Haleb. You got Emison. You got Spoby, even. The writers broke their backs to make sure that they gave so much to the fans. Even the last good-bye scene and all these little nods were in the finale, because I know Marlene poured her blood, sweat, and tears into making sure she gave the fans a really beautiful love letter.” All in all, Troian wants fans to take away the beauty of the show as a whole instead of focusing on that tiny little detail, when fans could focus on seven years of with these characters you were able to grow with, root for and eventually say goodbye to in a beautiful way? Well I can’t argue with that! But I want to turn this over to you guys – were you pleased with how the show ended, or would you have preferred the original ending? Share all your thoughts in the comments, and after that, be sure to subscribe for all the latest updates. Thanks so much for hanging out with me here on Clevver News, I’m your host Renee Ariel, and I’ll see you next time. For More Clevver Visit: There are 2 types of people: those who follow us on Facebook and those who are missing out http://ift.tt/2ozzAbX Keep up with us on Instagram: http://instagr.am/Clevver Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ClevverTV Website: http://www.clevver.com Add us to your circles on Google+: http://ift.tt/1kdm5H2 Tweet Me: http://www.twitter.com/reneeariel

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