Viewers Will Be Surprised To Know The Record ‘Game Of Thrones Season 8’ Is Heading To Make

Mohnish Singh
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It is certainly not an exaggeration if I say that fans have reached peak impatience for Game Of Thrones Season 8. They have been waiting for the latest season of the fantasy drama series for months on end now, but there seems no closure to their wait. However, the good news is that the makers might drop the trailer of the latest season of Game Of Thrones very soon. Yes, some reports even suggest that the official trailer will be dropped today, but since there has been no official announcement from the makers, it is hard to say how true all these reports are.

Meanwhile, if rumors are to be believed, Game Of Thrones Season 8 is going to be an epic one in many ways. An interview from Game of Thrones dedicated fan website suggests that it is going to offer the most glorious six episodes of TV we are ever going to feast our eyes on. An entertainment website, which unveiled the first look at the final season last month, has recently released a Podcast wherein its editor has divulged some important details on the latest season.

“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. 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. But the battle is the big sexy thing. 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 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,” said the website editor James Hibberd.

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