Game of Thrones-season 8 : a action scene ever, shot for almost 3 months
Game of Thrones will be back in 2019 for an eighth and final season.
After having offered several scenes of action and violence, and memorable, which have greatly contributed to build his reputation and feed the phenomenon, Game of Thrones prepares for its last hurrah with the ambition and the obligation to live up to the expectations.
And HBO has obviously given them the means : an assistant director, Jonathan Quinlan, shared on Instagram a note of the production is destined to the team, which will leave many dreamers.
“To have endured 55 nights. To have endured the cold, the snow, the rain, the mud, the shit of sheep of Toome and the winds of Magheramorne (in Ireland, editor’s NOTE). When tens of millions of people around the world will look at this episode in a year, they will not know at what point you have worked hard. They ficheront to know at what point you were getting and at what point do your work in temperatures so cold was difficult. They will understand just what they are looking at something that has never been done before. And it is thanks to you. Thank you.”
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The post has since been deleted, unsurprisingly, but there are far too many fans of the series created by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss for such a thing is not saved. Jonathan Quinlan had stated that the scene was filmed for 11 weeks, 55 consecutive nights, and in three, different sets. With a “You’ll never see something like that” to insist on the dimension of the pharaoh the shooting.
Eleven weeks says a lot about the scale of the scene in question, a number of smaller films being completely turned on a duration of this order. As A comparison, this is twice as long as the filming of the major scenes of Game of Thrones as the battle of the Bastards at the end of season 6.
What to feed a little more of the dreams and fantasies of the public, which expects a firm footing with the conclusion of a series of the most important in recent decades. See you in 2019, in a year or so, and probably very soon for the new spin-off announced.