Game Of Thrones eighth and final deteriorate starts this month (the cast’s first list review is on Oct 9!), definition the long, dim night that is a Game Of Thrones-less universe is streamer the way, but not before we get 6 final episodes of Westerosi excellence.
Sure, the final deteriorate of the world’s biggest show will only include of 6 episodes, BUT, those 6 episodes are rumored to any be underline length, and any cost upwards of $15 million dollars. Not only that, but we now know who will be directing those final 6 episodes, and let me tell you, it is the murderer’s quarrel of Thrones directors.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is that it’s going to take utterly the prolonged time until the eighth and final deteriorate is in the hands.
In prior seasons, Game of Thrones set up shop in Ireland, Croatia, Morocco, Spain, and Iceland, among other real-world destinations station in for Westeros and beyond. But now that many of the categorical characters are together, and there’s no need to film North of the Wall now that the White Walkers have broken on by to the other side (“Hold the door”? More like, “Hold the Doors”), sharpened will delayed down. Filming concurrently is impossible.
The gossip is that it will take 10 months to film deteriorate eight, or almost twice as prolonged as normal.
Speaking at Comic-Con Stockholm, Iain Glen, the actor who plays Ser Friendzone Lord of the Cuck Ser Jorah Mormont, Glen says that the biggest cause in how prolonged prolongation will take is location.
“We’re all starting to occupy the same territory. We’re all starting to be in the same storylines and so they can’t [have two filming units] anymore,” Glen explained. “I consider this last deteriorate will take much longer to fire since they can only use one section since we’re all in the same arrange of scenes.”
Based on all this information, it’s apropos likelier and likelier that the final deteriorate of Game Of Thrones won’t air until 2019, which is a outrageous deal, since at the rate this universe is going, we may not even make it that long.