Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Game of Thrones Season 7: shorter and not before summer 2017! [Photos] – Star TV

We’ll start with a shot to make it hurt less: HBO has officially confirmed that the season 7 of Game of Thrones will not be released before summer 2017 and it will include only seven episodes.

There, it is said, but it remains painful. Regarding the distribution was in 2017 instead of a traditional launch in April, the showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss had already given logistical explanations. As winter came to Westeros, filming now had to do in harsher climatic conditions to be credible and avoid wasting budget on special weather effects. This is also for these reasons that much of the filming will now relocate to Iceland. The place is not unknown for fans of Game of Thrones since it was there that a tour of the cult scenes of the series: the attack against the White Walkers camp Sauvageons in season 5 (episode 8). The rest of the filming will continue as usual in Northern Ireland and Spain.

The late launch of Season 7, if it occurs later than in May 2017, may also have an effect collateral: prevent Game of Thrones to compete at the Emmy Awards, a competition that the saga imagined by George RR Martin dominates the head and shoulders with this 2016 no less than . 23 nominations for season 6

the other bad news is the shortest season 7: seven episodes instead of 10. again, the showrunners have not taken the fans traitor. In June 2016 David Benioff and DB Weiss had clearly set the tone: “ There are still two seasons (season 7 and 8) . Shortly after the start (in the series) we spoke to buckle history in 70-75 hours and it’s about how it will happen. Let’s say even 73 (hours) yet “Sixty hours of Game of Thrones have already been released: the fact remains that 13 coming in the last two seasons. Season 7 with seven, season 8, the farewell season for Game of Thrones , so should be even shorter and only count 6 episodes …


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