Last Weekend Con of Thrones took place in Nashville as serval
actors like Jaime Lanister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) ,Bronn (Jerome Flynn), Gilly
(Hannah Murray) and Syrio Forel (Miltos Yerolemou attended and was asked about
the last season of the EPIC show ‘Game of Thrones’.
Nikolaj Said – “This happens every season, we’re so lucky to
be part of a show where people … care so much about it that you also get upset
when it doesn’t go the way you want it to. And that’s fantastic, and I love it,
and I love that there was an online petition to have it rewritten.”
He also referred to the fans signing an online petition about
rewriting the final season and how it affected the showrunners David Benioff
and D.B. Weiss and the whole cast in general –
“The only thing I’ll say is that for anyone to imagine or to
think that the two creators of this show are not the most passionate, the
greatest, the most invested of all, and to for a second think that they didn’t
spend the last 10 years thinking about how they were going to end it, is kind
of silly, and also know that they too read the comments… they really, like
everyone on Game of Thrones … and there are thousands, we worked our asses off
to make the best show we could for the ending.”
Not after the season finale of the epic series, one of its
main characters, the actor who played Jon Snow for 8 seasons, Kit Harrington, got
into a “wellness retreat”. It shouldn’t impact any of his future projects.
Kit’s agent said – “Kit has decided to utilize this break in
his schedule as an opportunity to spend some time at a wellness retreat to work
on some personal issues… It definitely won’t impact any potential upcoming
The actor seemed to be emotional in Game of Thrones documentary.
Kit got emotional on the last table read when he found out the Jon Snow kills his
lover Daenerys Targaryen and also burst into tears after shooting his last
Millions of fans all over the world didn’t like the turning
of events in G.O.T and filled the internet with angry tweets. On the other
side, the stars of the show twitted about the show that changed their life forever.
Last Sunday we watched the last episode of the show. Fans,
who follows after the show for about a decade didn’t hold themselves and shared
their thoughts online –
“That’s a new level of
jealousy. I’m in awe yet saddened by your situation. You’re definitely not in
“I will never
understand this kind of petty jealousy in relationships, especially if the
relationship is otherwise healthy and secure. I think part of it is that I’m
just not a jealous person so I don’t get it. But me and my fiancé watch GoT
together and actively discuss who’s hottest. I wouldn’t have it any other
“My ex used to pester
me to find out what celebrities I thought were attractive, but considering the
first time I said one she then refused to watch anything with them in and hated
it when I did, I stopped. Eventually she convinced me she’d mellowed on it, and
I settled for saying which of two I prefer if she gave me options, same thing
happened with them.”
“She needs to grow up.
Do not cave in or alter your behaviour for this. Do not humour this. Or where
does it end? No female friends, that’s where it ends. If she’s jealous, that’s
“It only gets worse
from here bro, get out while the getting’s good.”
While on the show Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Emilia said –
“They’re going to be mental. Episode five is bigger… I
mean, four, five, and six – they’re all insane. Find the biggest TV you
She also talked about the filming process of the 3rd
“What you saw was really what it was like shooting it,
so you saw blood and mud and angry screaming people, and then backstage there
was blood and mud and… asleep people… It was amazing we didn’t actually kill
anyone. It was extraordinary.”
Many fans noticed something unusual happens during episode 4
of the show Game of Thrones. It probably happened due to an editing error – approximately
17 min from the start of the 4th episode, called “The Last of the
Starks”, a coffee cup is shown on the desk during the dinner party in in
We got a shot at the cup when Tromund is praising his friend
Jon Snow after winning the Battle of Winterfell against the Night King.
Social media exploded after few fans noticed it. The is
assumed to be connected to the well known company Starbucks but it might not.
If you watched episode 3 of the famous show, “Game of
Thrones”, you had hard time to see what happens during the “Battle Of
Fabian Wagner, G.O.T cinematographer claims the cause for
that is simple than you might think… It’s your own TV.
Fabian said Wired U.K – “A lot of the problem is that a lot
of people don’t know how to tune their TVs properly…. A lot of people also
unfortunately watch it on small iPads, which in no way can do justice to a show
like that anyway.”
According to Fabian, Benioff and Weiss, the showrunners of
G.O.T requested that this episode, called “The Long Night” will be more dark
than usual – to match the plot.
Wagner continued – “The showrunners decided that this had to
be a dark episode… We’d seen so many battle scenes over the years – to make it
truly impactful and to care for the characters, you have to find a unique way
of portraying the story.”
When talking with TMZ, Fabian said about G.O.T series “has
always been very dark and a very cinematic show” and even saying that this series
should be watched in a specific environment, darker one.
Regarding fans complains about the fight scenes, Wagner said
– “We tried to give the viewers and fans a cool episode to watch… I know it wasn’t
too dark because I shot it.”
Despite of all the happy reunions throw-out the premier of GOT season 8, one of the most disturbing scenes of the episode was the last one where Lord Umber is in the middle of limbs arranged in a circle pattern.
The true fans of the show noticed this symbol is pretty familiar and it’s already been seen in different places… usually bad places…
Season 3, episode 3 – Jon saw this symbol made by horses’ parts.
Season 6, episode 5 – Bran saw this symbol made by stones when the Children of the Forest made the first Night King.
In the first episode of season 8, we saw the survivors of the wall crush (Dolorous Edd, Tormund, Beric Dondarrion and more) conclude that the Night King is trying to send a message using this symbol.
Alright so the Umber’s were killed & hung up in that spiral pattern, which is the same pattern we saw the White Walkers create in S3. Spirals go all the way back to the Children of the Forest soooooo in conclusion I don’t know what the fuck it all means ? #GameofThronespic.twitter.com/ZDJfmQEdOz
Dave Hill, the writer of the first episode explained the meaning in an interview with the New York Post –
“As we saw with Bran and the Three-Eyed Raven, the spiral pattern was sacred to the Children of the Forest, who created the Night King by sacrificing a captured man in a spiral “henge of stones”. The Night King then adopted the symbol as a sort of blasphemy, like Satan with the upside-down cross”
David Nutter, the director of the epic Red Wedding scene, where Rob and Talisa Stark have been killed. David was asked if there will be more of these scenes, he replied: “The short answer is – yes!”
In an interview with Metro, David said he and the rest of his co-workers put lots of effort in the new season and even saying that some scenes were hard to film and ‘exhausting’.
Nutter said: “I can’t say that it’s more draining or less draining to be the director of the episode, but I will say that we’re all in the same boat, actors and director, when it comes to really bringing our ‘A game’ to the fore. Battle scenes are just incredibly exhausting for all concerned. Having said that, they are, at the same time, sometimes tedious – because there’s so much minute detail to deal with, from both an acting and directing standpoint. Horses, armaments, special effects are all vying for our attention and energy, in a lot of cases, and it’s true that it’s exhausting trying to lasso all of these elements into a coherent whole.”
Dan Weiss, Game of Thrones showrunner, said to Entertainment Weekly: “We want people to love it. It matters a lot to us. We’ve spent 11 years doing this. We also know no matter what we do, even if it’s the optimal version, that a certain number of people will hate the best of all possible versions. “There is no version where everybody says, ‘I have to admit, I agree with every other person on the planet that this is the perfect way to do this’ – that’s an impossible reality that doesn’t exist.”
Dormer, the 36-years-old actress, gained international attention with her performance of Margaery Tyrell on the HBO series Game of Thrones (2012–2016), for which she was nominated for two Screen Actors Guild Awards (2014–2015).
Natalie Dormer’s Game of Thrones days have been over for some time, but she’s just as invested in the final season as the rest of us. “I’m excited to see the next season. I’m on the edge of my seat like everybody else,” she told The Hollywood Reporter In Studio.
Dormer doesn’t know everything that happens in the last season of Game of Thrones, though. Dormer swears she is still loyal to Sansa Stark, thanks to time spent with actor Sophie Turner on set and has no love for the Queen Cersei Lannister. The one thing Dormer is sure of is that Cersei Lannister needs to go.
LET’S GO TEAM STARK!
Despite Dormer is not part of the next season any longer, She claims she’s been kept abreast of the most exciting developments in Season 8. Dormer not entirely sure of how it gets there, but apparently she knows how the series ends. “Oh, I know who ends up on the Iron Throne,” Dormer says, “But I don’t know how it happens.” It will likely involve a lot of bloodsheds, as is a tradition on the show. Dormer also said: “I do know that they’ve been shooting a lot of battle sequences, so there’s been a lot of action, But of course, they’re going to, it’s the big old fight, right? It’s the fight to the finish.” That’s as much as she’s willing to say for now.
Don’t worry from spoiler alert- the shows reportedly filming so many different endings, it’s possible that even Dormer remains in the dark.