Winter is finally here, and we cannot wait for the release of Game Of Thrones season finale. Questions like: who will sit on the Iron Throne? Will the Wall fall? Will the Mother of Dragons prevail? Will Jon Snow remain the King of the north? Will Arya Stark survive? And many other questions are running through the mind of viewers. While we do not have the answers yet, we know that season eight will blow our minds.
The final season premiere is slated for April 14, and the fans are on their toes because it is going to be wild!
HBO’s official teaser features Jon Snow, Sansa Stark, and Arya Stark walking through the crypts under Winterfell, as voices from the past, Ned Stark, Lyanna Stark, and Catelyn Stark speaks to them.
The Wall Will Fall
The walls of Kings Landing might fall, and recent pictures from the set of the movie that shows jagged stones from the wall, give more credence to this theory.
Winterfell Will Burn
Apparently, some videos shot near the set shows the walls of what looks like Winterfell ablaze, will Winterfell burn down in flames? Only one way to find out, wait for it.
The Epic Ending
According to the director, David Nutter, they purposely shot many fake scenes just to confuse fans and rumor carriers.
The Final Season Moved The Casts To Tears
Kit Harington cried at the table-read twice, while reading the script and learning the fate of his character.
Maisie Williams Holds All The Secrets
Maisie Williams popularly known as Arya Stark has read the entire plot of the final season and she is walking on eggs because she doesn’t want to spill anything.
Ghost Will Be Back For The Final Season
Jon Snow’s direwolf friend, Ghost was absent for the last season, but rumor has it that he is going to pull off some crazy stunts in the final season.
Season 8 Directors And Script Writers
Dave Hill and Bryan Cogman, Weiss and Benioff are the writers of the first two and the last four episodes respectively.
The Season Is Six Episodes
This is quite depressing because viewers obviously would love to have more episodes. However, Benioff and Weiss stuck to six episodes so as to promote more original content.
How Long Will Each Episode Last?
Nothing is confirmed yet, but it seems like the first two episodes may be 60 minutes, while the final four may be about 80 minutes each.
Well, Game Of Thrones went all out, and they spent roughly $15 million per episode.