Peter Dinklage Is Always Building Superweapons, Fighting Kings, Or Both
After the series finale of Game Of Thrones, the main question on everyone's minds was "Wait, what happened with the whole 'Prince That Was Promised' subplot?" followed by "Wait, if Bran said he no longer has desires, why did he WANT to be king all of a sudden?!" followed by "Wait, do I still have time to cancel my HBO subscription before they bill me for the next month?" Then, way down the list, some people might have been asking themselves what Peter Dinklage will do next after playing Tyrion Lannister for nearly a decade.
I can answer that last one. Based on his previous roles, Dinklage will either build another superweapon or try to kill a royal. Quite possibly both, having done so on at least two occasions. First, on Game Of Thrones, he constructed a medieval nuclear bomb by filling a ship with Wildfire while trying to beat the forces of King Stannis Baratheon. Later, he was accused of killing King Joffrey before fleeing and helping Queen Daenerys fight Queen Cersei.
In Avengers: Infinity War, he basically does the same thing, playing Eitri the Dwarf, who forges the badass axe Stormbreaker for Thor (while almost killing the King of Asgard by having him stand in the energy blast of a star to reheat his forge). It's almost like the Kingslayer Gene is hereditary and transcends time and space. (Hey, that still wouldn't be the dumbest thing in the Marvel Universe. Looking straight at you, Thanos' helicopter.)