OUT! OUT, DAMN YOU! I'M DONE WITH YOU! GO, RUN BACK TO WINTERFELL! I'LL HAVE YOUR HEAD ON A SPIKE!
this isn't even really that funny. if ur gonna karma whore, do it right. AMIRITE? Bobby B???
Fuck we can't have some other actor get attention and not Emilia. No point missing an opportunity to karma whore her.
Jorjon is endgame.
Jorah did touch Jon's sword 😏
I love you, but not everything is about you, Dany
Actually, Jon touched Jorah's sword.
Ramin, what inspirations did you draw from when you were composing Jon and Dany's wedding theme? Did you use that same inspiration for boatbaby's birth theme?
Let's flood him with clever questions so he might let something slip...
"Tell us the Truth about season 8, Ramin!"
Didn't know he was so goodlooking 🙏
I'd prefer it if we blew him to bits with a cannon instead, death by handgun is too mild for a swine like Olly.
Why not launch him from a trebuchet?
Yeah fuck Olly
I hope its really a northern wedding, like Sansa's but not depressing. Lord Commander Friendzone giving away the bride.
Riding a dragon, duh
Free fookers always come through.
Ok but where’s Ghost?
The dragon has 3 heads and GRRM said that the third head was not necessarily a Targaryen. We're onto something boys.
Dany- “But then who will ride me?”
Are you sure you aren't GRRM?
I'm having an eerie feeling that the basic rules of dragonriding would be broken in S8. Like, Jon riding Drogon while Dany is still alive.
All Cast and Crew quotes about GOT Season 8 and Ending (so far): Dan Benioff and D.B. Weiss:
You know George’s ending for the saga. A lot of fans have wondered whether it’s going to pay off in a satisfying way. Non-specifically, do you feel the saga’s ending is creatively satisfying? Is it an ending you’re excited to work towards?”
Their replies were immediate and emphatic.
Benioff: “Absolutely yes.”
Weiss: “100 percent.”Kit Harington (Jon Snow/Aegon Targaryen):
I think there's a certain pressure I've not felt before. Whereas before, every year there’s always been a bit of pressure, this season is one where we could easily let people down. Obviously, we don’t want to do that so we’re very much stepping up everyone’s game which is very apparent, at least to me.Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen):
It's gonna be worth [the wait]. Oh my god, it's gonna be worth it. (…) Okay, so I read the scripts this season, and I, in some kind of a daze, walked out of my house. The only thing I took was my keys, and about three hours later I arrived back home, and I still hadn’t taken it all in... I don’t know if anyone’s ready. I don’t know if TVs are ready.Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister):
This is the final season, so it’s pretty long, it’s a long one, We’re really taking our time with this one. It’s bittersweet. (…) But yeah, it’s time. Storywise, not just for all of our lives. I think if they went any further … it’s the perfect timing to end it. Sometimes shows stay on a little too long. The jumping the shark thing.”Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister):
I can tell you that we had a giant read-through with all the cast in October. And I think pretty much everybody cried at one point. And it was… pretty surprising.Maisie Williams (Arya Stark):
It’s either going to be everything that everyone dreamed of, or it’s gonna be disappointing. It depends which side of the fence you’re going to sit on. I think no matter what you do there’s definitely going to be that divide. It depends on what people want from the final season. I love it, but I don’t know. You never know.Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark):
All of us have always had discussions about theories about what we think is going to happen — who's going to die, who's going to end up ruling. Now, we know. It almost feels like another one of our theories. It doesn't even feel like it's what's actually happening. It's very satisfying.
There are more relationships formed this season than any other. And more people meeting and more conspiracies and plotting and forming of alliances. The greater the fantastical elements become, and the more epic it becomes with the fighting and everything, the greater the character-driven storylines become as well, and the more epic they become.Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark):
As long as we can reconcile with ourselves that we're happy with how it ends, it won't matter what anyone else thinks, really. As long as we feel we've done the story justice, and have done justice to George [R. R. Martin's] universe and [series creators] David [Benioff] and Dan [D. B. Weiss's] vision, then that's really all we can hope for.
It won't go the way some people want. It will be too happy for some people, or too sad, or too whatever. That's the nature of an ending. Midway through a season, there’s always the idea that this is going to continue and somewhere along the way we’ll make up for it all. When it comes to a conclusion, this is the end. Nothing more is coming, and the certainty of it being over will definitely bother people. But overall, I think we’re going to smash it.Liam Cunningham (Ser Davos Seaworth):
George R.R. Martin…described the end as ‘bittersweet. That’s all you’re getting. Think I’m gonna give you a scoop? I’d get shot!Nathalie Emmanuel (Missandei):
It definitely will not be rushed conclusion. They’ve taken the exact number of hours to tell the story they want to tell and it will be brilliant. [Show bosses] will never leave the fans unsatisfied, they won’t leave the fans left short, it will go over and above the fans expectations as they do every season.John Bradley (Samwell Tarly):
Each of the characters this year is placed in a completely alien environment at some point in the season that they've never been placed in before. The thrill is seeing how they react to it and how they respond... This season, I think, more than any other is stretching these characters.
We assembled a team of directors this year who have been in charge of some of our big episodes in the past. Miguel [Sapochnik] and David [Nutter] have done some of the standout episodes of previous seasons. Clearly every single episode of the six you've got left in season 8 is gonna be monumental and needs somebody at the helm who's done that kind of high-stakes, high-octane direction before for us. I think what we used to call episode 9 in Game of Thrones folklore – the episode when everything comes to a head and you get a lot of spectacular sequences – I think you're gonna get six 'episode 9s' this year.Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont):
Yes, I hope. I can’t tell, but I am one of the few people who has read the script and I know the ending and what happens. When I read it, I thought it was rather brilliant. I am a bit of a fan of the series as well, and it satisfied my expectation and hopes, I felt (it was the) conclusion… But we will just have to see. You know with something this big like Game of Thrones, you cannot please everyone.
All I can say is that we will be doing what we have done before and the writers have written great episodes. They have had a great strike rate up to now and I am sure that will continue.Joe Dempsie (Gendry):
I'm sure David and Dan don't pay too much attention to people's theories and speculation there is all over the internet, but it would be a bit of an anti-climax if a well popularized theory turned out to be the way it ended. There's many pitfalls and I think they really have achieved that with this. It's an ending I don't think many people will be expecting and I think, on reflection, people will really, really enjoy.Ben Crompton (Eddison "Dolorous Edd" Tollett):
Even though there’s only six episodes, there’s a lot to shoot because it’s the last one. We’re going out with a bang. (…) I would hope they [the fans] would [will] be [satisfied]. However we do know there’ll be fans who love it and fans that won’t be satisfied. However [creators Dan Weiss and David Benioff] choose to end the show there’s always going to be people who have their opinion about how the show should end. I’d be surprised if people are disappointed because there’s a lot of effort and love gone into this, and I think it’s very satisfying. So hopefully everyone will agree.
Thank you so much...what a load of crap they say btw
“The ending can be too whatever for some people.”
Thanks for clearing that up, Isaac.
Hey mate, thanks for compiling everything. Now, every single main cast member has been coached by HBO PR team to tell specific phrases and keywords to the media, to intentionally hype up and simultaneously give off a vague vibe regarding the outcome. Their opinions on the ending are also contradictory on purpose.
The thing that's surprising to me is that almost everyone ignores the fact that the cast members are NOT obsessed ASOIAF/GOT nerds like us who have discussed almost every possible outcome. An actor like Joe Dempsie may call a very probable outcome as totally unexpected because of the simple fact that he's not an obsessive fan of the show. What's unexpected and groundbreaking for the cast won't necessarily be the same for us.
Of course, nobody really wants to know.
No, Nikolaj, we really do want to know. Really.
There are more relationships formed this season than any other.
Arya and Gendry get together - confirmed. Thanks, Sophie.
Pardon me, don’t take this to heart, but piss off with the tags. This is /sub/freefolk. We ain’t no kneelers
Seven Blessings,good ser
Aye, it’s my first post here and with the past few weeks happening, I just wanted a shit post and not worry about it being taken down. If I know one thing, it’s this subreddit ain’t kneelers. I’ll be more mindful next time.
May R’hllor shine down upon you, wise ser
I just want to point out that your username is bend-da-knee-or-die. Lol
I’m a Boat Baby Trebuchet theorist. that’s it. •• Ps. Please my u/ for its intended purpose - ironically •• Pps. As Arya once said, “I’M A GIRL!”