“Game of Thrones”
With “Game of Thrones” fans are both anticipating and dreading the end of the hugely popular HBO series, one star to put some light on details about what fans can expect when the story comes to its final end.
Isaac Hempstead Wright who plays Brandon Stark – A. K. A. the Three-Eyed Raven – on “Thrones”, spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the last episodes and his thoughts on the season shall be reduced by the average of the 10 episodes to just six.
“It is so important that they don’t decide to just stretch this for another ten episodes to earn more money. The people of ‘Game of Thrones’ are very aware of how they want this story to go. It is not as if they have no big plan and have to wait their time with a few extra episodes. They know exactly how they want this to end. I think that even of season five, she knew where the story was going. Therefore, we were able to really focus on the story, much more than we had in the previous seasons,” he said. “I think it’s even more fast-paced. When you post in a final, you don’t want to have any unnecessary episodes. You want to go, ‘God, we don’t have enough episodes! I want to know where it’s going next!'”
As for the immense fan perception that will, undoubtedly, around the termination of a popular series, Hempstead Wright says that the only people that he and the creators hope that the impression of himself.
“As long as we can reconcile with ourselves that we are happy with how it ends, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks, really. As long as we feel that we have done the story justice, and have done justice to George [R. R Martin’s] universe and David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss’] vision, then that is really all we can hope for. It’s not the way some people want. It will also be happy for some people, or too sad, or too whatever. That is the nature of an end.”
Unfortunately for those who respond to the last six episodes of “Thrones”, which the cast is currently shooting, Hempstead Wright’s co-star, Sophie Turner, recently let slip that there is a relatively large waiting time for the eighth and final season to drop. As we prepare to usher in 2017, Turner stated that the end does not arrive until 2019. However, HBO still an official statement on that matter.