Wait till 2019? Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) goes to want some extra wine.
Are you able to do it, “Sport of Thrones” followers? Are you able to spend the rest of 2017 and all of 2018 simply watching reruns, re-reading the books, and wishing George R.R. Martin would end writing “Winds of Winter” already?
You might have to. Liam Cunningham, who performs Ser Davos Seaworth, informed TV Information on Thursday that regardless that “Thrones” upcoming ultimate season has solely six episodes, it can take longer than any earlier season to shoot, and will run proper as much as summer time 2018.
“[The episodes are] undoubtedly going to be greater and what I hear is, longer,” Cunningham informed TV Information. “We’re filming proper up till the summer time. When you consider it, up till final season we might have six months to do ten episodes, so we’re [doing] far more than that for six episodes. In order that clearly will translate into longer episodes.”
Followers already knew (and had been greater than a bit of excited) concerning the ultimate season’s movie-length episodes. But when filming is starting now (TV Information stories Cunningham can have his first desk learn on Sunday) and working until summer time, it is trying increasingly more doubtless that HBO will not take viewers again to Westeros till 2019.
Not solely does “Thrones” require an intensive quantity of post-production time as soon as filming has ended, as Leisure Weekly factors out, HBO’s western theme park-gone-wild present, “Westworld,” is scheduled for a 2018 return. The community is more likely to need to consider only one powerhouse present at a time, maintaining “Thrones” followers ready for that by-now-infamous winter.
However the wait will doubtless be value it.
“‘Sport of Thrones’ shouldn’t be like another present,” Cunningham mentioned within the interview. “It is nuts.”
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