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November 15, 2018 at 8:20 am #1202675609
Do you guys think Djawadi has a strong chance of repeating this year?
Maybe? Idk. It’s really rare that a show wins consecutively here and it is not like Game of Thrones has ever been a favorite. This year there was this big desire to see Djawadi recognised, which won’t be there next year. His concerts and stuff also were big publicity for him. The nomination is gonna be the real hurdle. If he passes that then he might have a chance to win. But there is a possibility he might be snubbed. Let’s hope for the best.December 6, 2018 at 3:19 pm #1202691847
Everyone is safe to watch. It is all original content, but it has no actual footage from the upcoming season.December 20, 2018 at 8:04 am #1202706824
“They spent 10 months filming six episodes of television, which would normally take about two months. That’s pretty crazy. And a lot of that wasn’t the big battle stuff, but the regular scenes of two people talking in a hallway,” he clarifies. “If it’s a scene that would normally take a day to shoot, they’d spend several days shooting, because they’re trying to so hard to get every little thing right. So they’d do take after take, from all sorts of different angles, so that in editing they have different ways to piece it together.”
“But the battle is the big sexy thing,” Hibberd concedes. “It’s shaping up to be what probably almost certainly is the longest consecutive battle sequence in cinema history. They’ve looked to try and find other ones out there, like [the one in] The Two Towers, in The Lords of the Rings, which is about 40 minutes, and in the movie 13 Assassins, which was also around 40 minutes. This is going to be longer than 40 minutes. It’s pretty nuts.”
“They massively expanded the Winterfel set. You can wander around, point the camera at any direction and it shows more Winterfell. One of the directors pointed out that even in a big budget Marvel or Star Wars movie, they usually only build what the actors are gonna stand directly in front of and fill in the rest with green screen. But for this set, and a few others too, they built it as a 360º set, so you don’t have to fill it in with special effects; you don’t have to favor one particular angle; you can have cameras follow people around; you can do unusual angles and come up with different things on the day of shooting. So it allows a lot more creativity, and it helps the actors. No acting required. They’re running around these sets, fighting, with fake blood on the snow, snow flying everywhere, torches burning, fires and smoke; it feels like you’re right there.”
The way it looks, something will have to go terribly wrong for them to lose stuff this year. And im not talking about the major stuff now, if they oversubmitt in the technical categories like they did this year they could really hurt their chances.
#LenaHeadey2019December 20, 2018 at 8:34 am #1202706837
From what I’ve read, Dinklage will likely have an extremely baity speech moment in the final season. I like him but SMDH that they gave him the Emmy for a season with underwhelming material for him and when IMO he was one of the weaker entries in the category when he’ll be able to throw his weight around next year and I don’t see him getting another award.December 20, 2018 at 8:46 am #1202706842
Dinklage is iconic on the show, but it is frustrating he will be the only cast member with an Emmy by the time the show runs its last lap. I mean, come on…January 8, 2019 at 9:21 pm #1202726792
“Game of Thrones prequel announces diverse full cast, female director”
Among the cast are: Naomie Ackie (Lady Macbeth; super excited about this one) and Jamie Campbell Bower (Twilight, Sweeney Todd).January 11, 2019 at 9:45 am #1202730059
The premiere date will be announced before True Detective‘s third season premiere. Probably accompanied by a trailer, too.
It’s still weird that they keep Big Little Lies for summer. The seven weeks after True Detective would perfectly fit the second season, which only proves they are postponing due to the Emmys. What else can they air in that period?January 11, 2019 at 10:01 am #1202730079
Dinklage is iconic on the show, but it is frustrating he will be the only cast member with an Emmy by the time the show runs its last lap. I mean, come on…
To be honest there has always been someone with a better performance than GOT’s usual contenders. The show should have had one or two more acting nominations though.January 11, 2019 at 10:38 am #1202730110
The premiere date will be announced before True Detective‘s third season premiere. Probably accompanied by a trailer, too. It’s still weird that they keep Big Little Lies for summer. The seven weeks after True Detective would perfectly fit the second season, which only proves they are postponing due to the Emmys. What else can they air in that period?
confirmed or a guess?
#LenaHeadey2019January 11, 2019 at 11:27 am #1202730151
confirmed or a guess?January 11, 2019 at 12:48 pm #1202730199
i think they’ll do a really small teaser right now with a date, and perhaps release a Poster online but I think they should keep the real trailer for the SuperBowl, it’s onky a couple weeks away. Nothing was ever more hype-worthy for SuperBowl than GoT’s last season.
#LenaHeadey2019January 13, 2019 at 8:28 pm #1202733133January 13, 2019 at 8:38 pm #1202733141
Ugh I can´t wait.That trailer makes me think the three of them will die though,and i´m not here for the girls dyingJanuary 13, 2019 at 8:49 pm #1202733150
Ugh I can´t wait.That trailer makes me think the three of them will die though,and i´m not here for the girls dying
I can see one of them dying but not both.
Jon is the only character who’s death will leave me actually disappointed though.
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