The chain wants to avoid leaking out how it will end series with season 8.
The end of a Game of thrones is more and more near. There is only one season, eighth, has not yet begun to burn, and that does not have a release date confirmed (it could even be in 2019). Of what little is known of eighth and last season is that producers are planning to shoot different versions of end in order to avoid that real is filtered, commented head of programming of chain, Casey Bloys, during a talk at University Moravaian of Bethlehem, collected by u.s. newspaper The Morning Call. HBO wants to start to prevent spending a summer as one that has had this year in leaks of ir series and hacking information of company has marred last season of your series star.
"you Have to do it in a long series. Because when you're shooting, people as a whole. So y are going to shoot multiple versions that do not have a definitive answer until end," said executive of HBO. This tactic, with which even actors mselves don't know which one is true ending, it is usual in series very media and is already carried out with end of series such as Breaking Bad or start of seventh season of The Walking Dead in which it is revealed what main character killed villain Denying.
"endings are hard. If you think of two metres under ground, well, that was very good. But if you talk about Seinfeld, if you think of The Sopranos or Breaking Bad. Well, everyone has an opinion on how it should have ended," said Bloys. In case of The Sopranos, also from HBO, management has said that it is an end that made you think: "somehow, everyone had ir own version. I don't think that David Chase [creator of series] has told anyone what really was going through his head. But I think that was point. The end may be what you think it should be as a follower".
The filming of last season will begin in October and could continue until August 2018, according to The Hollywood Reporter. "Our production team is trying to make a calendar for filming and how much time will be needed for special effects," said Bloys to trade publication.