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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 8 Sep - 11:34

Je comprends. Mais j'ai tellement peur de la mort de certains personnages que j'ai *besoin* de me rassurer avec les spoilers. Parce que si mes chouchoux meurent, je vais avoir besoin de me préparer psychologiquement  

Après, ici, ce n'est pas une fuite de l'intégralité de la saison ni même de la conclusion. Le spoiler en question EST énorme. Mais on sait juste ce qu'il se passe, pas dans quel contexte, le pourquoi, le comment, ... Et ça concerne juste une intrigue.

En bref, c'est le genre de spoiler que j'aime. Parce que ça n'ôte pas toute la surprise. A la limite, ça pose encore plus de questions et ça donne envie d'avoir les réponses via la diffusion des épisodes

Et c'est clair que ça peut paraitre fou de voir de telles infos arriver. Mais il y a un nombre incalculable de personnes qui travaillent sur la série (je crois qu'ils battent des records), ça va du tournage aux effets spéciaux, au doublure dans d'autres langues, ...

Avec un nombre incroyable de figurants. Même si ces gens ont signé un contrat de confidentialité, c'est sûr qu'ils ont dû le dire à certaines personnes (conjoint(e)s, famille, ...) qui, EUX, n'ont rien signé.

Sans parler que, bah le succès de GoT joue contre eux: les paparazzis ont pris des photos de tournage durant la saison 7 (une scène avec Dany&Jon), des fans ont passé leur temps à camper près des lieux de tournage pour prendre des photos, filmer des vidéos. Les gens qui croisent les acteurs en rue partagent l'info sur les réseaux sociaux. Idem pour le personnel des hôtels, des avions, ...

Puis, vu le succès interplanétaire de la série, je pense que certains ne parviennent pas à s'empêcher de se vanter de connaître quelques infos ET à les partager. Pour avoir son p'tit moment de gloire.

Combine ça à l'attente interminable entre chaque saison (et celle-ci bat des records)... Ouais, c'est pas étonnant que des infos finissent par fuiter. Surtout que, si je me souviens bien, HBO a été piraté l'année dernière, et plusieurs documents ont été diffusé sur le net, ...

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 15 Sep - 0:22

OMG Friki va poster une autre vidéo demain:

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"Tomorrow on frikidoctor channel on yt more infos on the biggest spoiler and the most unexpected twist in the script of the final season of Got"



Et évidemment, hormis le matin, je ne vais pas être chez moi de la journée ni de la soirée demain....


Ugh, ça le fait d'annuler des événements sociaux pour voir le spoiler en direct? lol!

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 15 Sep - 23:03

Nouvelle vidéo de Friki, qui donne plus de détails sur le spoiler qu'il a révélé la semaine dernière:

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Dim 16 Sep - 0:10

Résumé de FF:
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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 22 Sep - 9:45

Traduction de la vidéo sur le même sujet que Friki avait fait en Espagnol:
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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 22 Sep - 9:50

Un message que Friki a écrit à Freefolk après que certains aient dénigré ses spoilers pour des détails qui, d'après eux, n'avaient pas pas de sens:

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 22 Sep - 10:16

Nouvelle vidéo de Friki, mais cette fois, il n'en a fait qu'une en Espagnol:



Traduction par un membre de FF:

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Dim 30 Sep - 21:22

Excellente nouvelle (pour moi en tout cas!), Ghost, le loup géant de Jon, qui était totalement absent de la saison 7, sera bien présent en saison 8! Et apparemment, on le verra plus d'une fois
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A Missing ‘Game Of Thrones’ Character Is Coming Back In Season 8

Visual effects supervisor Joe Bauer says this character won’t be ghosted anymore.

If anything, Jon Snow’s direwolf lived up to his name in Season 7 of “Game of Thrones.”

Throughout the course of seven episodes, the King in the North’s constant companion didn’t show up once. Ghost was an actual ghost.

This despite the fact that the wolf would probably come in handy in confrontation with zombie hordes, undead polar bears and the Night King, who’s taking down dragons with pinpoint accuracy like he’s plaid-wearing, retired sniper Mark Wahlberg in any Mark Wahlberg movie.

In fact, the direwolf was barely even mentioned. In Season 7, Episode 5, Sansa said that it was unfair for Jon to expect the North to “sit and wait for him like Ghost.” But that was about it.

A cut scene did intend to show Jon petting Ghost on the head, as “Game of Thrones” writer Bryan Cogman revealed, instructing the direwolf to watch over Sansa. Alas, it didn’t make it in the season.

But I’m here to tell you today that Ghost will no longer be ghosted.

“Oh, you’ll see him again. He has a fair amount of screen time in Season 8,” VFX supervisor Joe Bauer told me in an interview in August. “He does show up.”

During our conversation, Bauer explained that the lack of direwolves in the last “GoT” season might have had something to do with the fact that regular wolves aren’t as magical to work with.

“The direwolves are tough because you don’t want to get them wrong, so we end up always shooting real wolves and doing a scaling trick with them, but the real wolves only behave in certain ways,” Bauer said.

The VFX supervisor added that show creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss could have more to add about why the direwolves didn’t show up as much as we’d hoped, but he reiterated that working with real wolves is “a bit limited.”

“I think that has something to do with why the direwolves are in the show but they’re not maybe as integral as they are in the books,” he said.

Unlike the show, which has killed off all but two of the Starks’ direwolves, the books aren’t quite as ruff. R.I.P. to Sansa’s Lady and Robb’s Grey Wind, but Shaggydog, Nymeria, Ghost and Summer all appear to be alive and kicking in book form so far.

In fact, in addition to Bran, siblings Jon Snow and Arya also seem to have warging abilities with their wolves in the books. The HBO series opted not to include this detail.

Since the show’s final season is upon us, fans can probably expect Arya’s wolf, Nymeria, who did make an appearance in Season 7, to show up again, too. But while Bauer didn’t comment on her fate specifically, he was clear about Ghost.

“Ghost does show up, and he does some ... he’s very present and does some pretty cool things in Season 8,” he said.

Because really, howl you gonna have Season 8 without Ghost? Snow thank you to that.



Awww je suis trop contente! Non seulement parce que Ghost devrait amener des moments cool dans le combat (et aider à protéger Jon), mais les loups sont des persos à part entières de la série et ils ont vraiment manquer la saison dernière! Puis Ghost est comme une extension de Jon (moins dans la série, mais quand même!), donc c'est important qu'il soit là dans la dernière saison!

Et j'ai aussi trop envie d'une scène parallèle à celle de Jon/Drogon, avec Dany&Ghost *croise très fort les doigts*

J'espère aussi que Nymeria sera de la partie, ça serait cool. Mais déjà rien que savoir que Ghost est retour... it made my day

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Jeu 1 Nov - 16:38

1ère photo de la saison 8  My babies  




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Daenerys Targaryen and Jon Snow return on this week’s cover of Entertainment Weekly.

In the latest issue, we go behind the scenes of Game of Thrones, the most secretive series on television, for the HBO epic’s final season.

From an emotional table read to staging the show’s biggest battle yet to a preview of the season 8’s mysterious storyline, the new issue is an exclusive first look at the show’s six remaining episodes from the set in Northern Ireland.

“It’s about all of these disparate characters coming together to face a common enemy, dealing with their own past, and defining the person they want to be in the face of certain death,” co-executive producer Bryan Cogman says. “It’s an incredibly emotional haunting bittersweet final season and I think it honors very much what [author George R.R. Martin] set out to do — which is flipping this kind of story on its head.”

On the cover, Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington embrace — tellingly, in the snow — in the first official photo from the set of the final season. The actors endured a grueling 10-month shoot to create just six episodes amid the cast and crew’s obsession to make every detail of the final hours as excellent as possible.

“It’s relentless; scenes that would have been a one-day shoot five years ago are now a five-day shoot,” Harington says. “They want to get it right, they want to shoot everything every single way so they have options.”

Agrees Clarke: “[Camera] checks take longer, costumes are a bit better, hair and makeup a bit sharper — every choice, every conversation, every attitude, has this air of ‘this is it.’ Everything feels more intense.”

For more on Game of Thrones, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday, or buy it here now. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW.



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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Jeu 1 Nov - 16:41

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Jeu 1 Nov - 17:52

Awww !!! MAGNIFIQUE cette couverture de EW Avoir son ship en premier plan comme ça, ça doit être tellement jouissif quand on est un shippeur ! C'est vraiment l'avantage de GoT comparé aux séries qui ont moins de lumière lol!
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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Jeu 1 Nov - 18:07

Ah ça! C'est certain que le succès de GoT a *beaucoup* d'avantages pour les fans de la série! On sait déjà que Conan O'Brien s'est rendu sur les plateaux durant le tournage pour une sorte de reportage, qui sortira sûrement à la fin de la série. On risque d'avoir beaucoup de behind the scenes et d'interviews exclusives !

Et comme Jonerys est assez populaire (surtout pour l'audience de "base") HBO va très certainement en profiter! Hell, ils en profitent déjà en vendant tout un tas de merchandising, en mettant le ship en avant sur twitter, ... Le twitter officiel de GoT a carrément retweeté une manip sur le couple il y a quelques jours.

Evidemment, ça ne veut pas dire charrette sur la manière dont leur histoire se finira en saison 8. Mais c'est cool qu'ils soient autant mis en avant (et qu'HBO veut profiter au maximum de la notoriété de cette relation ^^).

Bref, j'ai hâte que le magazine sorte, tant pour les interviews que les éventuelles autres photos du shoot

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Jeu 1 Nov - 18:19

Tu m'étonnes ! Et quel plaisir de savoir qu'il y a tout ça en attente/à espérer pour le futur, c'est vraiment un bel avantage de la popularité d'une série

Tu vas le commander le magazine ? Ou t'as des boutiques près de chez toi qui proposent des magazines étrangers ?
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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Jeu 1 Nov - 18:45

Non, mais je suis sure que ça apparaitra sur le net

D'ailleurs, un article plus complet d'EW, qui parle non seulement du tournage, de quelques réactions des acteurs (Kit is a big softie!!!) et qui donne quelques infos nouvelles sur la série (OMFG un épisode *entier* de bataille contre les WW! Les 55 nuits de tournage ne concernaient que les scènes à l'extérieur. Le reste a été filmé en studio, pendant des *semaines*! Et le tout a été réalisé par Sapochnik: ça va être de la BOMBE ):

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The end of Game of Thrones: An exclusive report on the epic final season


October 2017: The Table Read

When Kit Harington entered the conference room, he had no idea what to expect.

The final season’s scripts had been emailed just a couple of days earlier, sending the Game of Thrones cast into a reading frenzy. Like millions of fans around the world, the actors had been waiting nearly a decade to learn their characters’ fates. The entire six-episode season arrived at once, protected by layers of password security.

Sophie Turner flew through her copies in record time, quickly messaging the producers her reaction. “It was completely overwhelming,” says the actress, who plays Sansa Stark. “Afterwards I felt numb, and I had to take a walk for hours.” Others, like Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), first had to hurry home to get some privacy. “I turned to my best mate and was like, ‘Oh my God! I gotta go! I gotta go!’” she recalls. “And I completely flipped out.” She then settled in for a reading session with a cup of tea. “Genuinely the effect it had on me was profound,” Clarke adds. “That sounds insanely pretentious, but I’m an actor, so I’m allowed one pretentious adjective per season.” Peter Dinklage, meanwhile, broke his years-long habit of checking immediately to see if Tyrion Lannister survives. “This was the first time ever that I didn’t skip to the end,” he says.

Even showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss were uncharacteristically anxious, wondering how the actors would react to the climactic twists. “We knew exactly when our script coordinator sent them out, we knew what minute they sent them, and then you’re just waiting for the emails,” Benioff said.

The cast then journeyed to Belfast to gather in a production office for the formal read-through. By then, everybody knew the tale that was about to unfold, with two notable exceptions: Davos Seaworth actor Liam Cunningham (“The f—ing scripts wouldn’t open, the double extra security!” he grouses) and Harington, who outright refused to read anything in advance.

“I walked in saying, ‘Don’t tell me, I don’t want to know,’” Harington says. “What’s the point of reading it to myself in my own head when I can listen to people do it and find out with my friends?” So, yes: Jon Snow, quite literally, knew nothing.

Benioff and Weiss opened the proceedings by asking the cast to refrain from doing anything during filming or afterward that might reveal even the tiniest spoiler (“Don’t even take a photo of your boots on the ground of the set,” one actor recalls being told). And then, seated around a long table scattered with a few prop skulls, the cast read aloud the final season of Game of Thrones.

At one point, Harington wept.

Later, he cried a second time.

September 2012: It’s Impossible

After the table read, the Game of Thrones cast spent 10 months filming just six episodes of television. But the season actually took far longer to pull off. GoT’s final chapters have been in the works for years. To better understand what’s ahead, let’s first go back to EW’s season 3 set visit and this never-before-revealed conversation with Benioff and Weiss…

The production camper was like many others on the set — barren, cramped, cold, utilitarian, with dirt on the floors from muddy boots tramping in and out all day. The showrunners sat on the same side of a tiny dinette booth while the wind coming off the Northern Ireland bay howled outside. They were already thinking about their final season, and it worried them.

During its second season, the fantasy drama averaged 10.3 million viewers across all platforms. That was enough to ensure they were eventually going to finish the series, yet that inevitability was also the problem. Because when they first pitched Thrones to HBO, they hadn’t exactly been honest. And now they were working every day toward a finale that was impossible to make.

“The lie we told is the show is contained and it’s about the characters,” Benioff said, which was at best half true. The epic fantasy was very much about its ensemble cast, but it’s also the least “contained” series ever made. “The worlds get so big, the battles get so massive.”

Author George R.R. Martin, whose series of novels forms the basis for Thrones, had revealed to the duo the broad strokes of how his Song of Ice and Fire saga secretly ends, including a description of an epic final battle that’s been teased from the show’s very first scene. But this climactic confrontation was miles out of reach for a series that cost about $5 million per episode. “We have a very generous budget from HBO, but we know what’s coming down the line and, ultimately, it’s not generous enough,” Benioff said.

So the producers had an idea: The final season could be six hours long and released as three movies in theaters — just like Martin’s best-known influence, The Lord of the Rings. It’s not that the duo wanted to make movies per se, but it seemed like the only way to get the time and money needed to pull off their finale. “It’s what we’re working towards in a perfect world,” Weiss said. “We end up with an epic fantasy story but with the level of familiarity and investment in the characters that are normally impossible in a two-hour movie.”

The flaw in this plan was that HBO is about serving its subscribers, not taking gambles at the box office. Behind the scenes, the network brass gently shot down the movie idea. But executives assured Benioff and Weiss that they would eventually have everything they needed to make a final season that was “a summer tentpole-size spectacle.”

Years later, the producers would strike a deal with the network to spend two years on a shortened season 8 that would cost more than $15 million an episode. You could say HBO made good on that promise from 2012, and the showrunners will happily give the network full credit. “They put their money where their mouths are — literally stuffed their mouth full of million-dollar bills, which don’t exist anymore,” Weiss quips.

But it’s probably more accurate to say that since season 3, Benioff and Weiss willed their ambitious final season into reality the hard way: by growing Game of Thrones into the biggest show in the world, a hugely profitable pop culture and merchandising sensation with more than 30 million viewers an episode and a record number of Emmys. Only with that kind of leverage do your towering ambitions begin to look like reasonable requests.

In fact, the GoT team was so successful that the biggest sticking point in the agreement was persuading HBO to halt the series. “We want to stop where we — the people working on it, and the people watching it — both wish it went a little bit longer,” Benioff says. “There’s the old adage of ‘Always leave them wanting more,’ but also things start to fall apart when you stop wanting to be there. You don’t want to f— it up.”

That concern — a constant desire to conclude the show on the strongest possible note — is something we heard over and over from the cast and crew when we visited the GoT set for the last time.

March 2018: The final season

Arriving at the studio gate, I’m halted by a guard and asked to scan my badge, a security upgrade from past years. Then I’m asked for my phone, and the guard covers its cameras with stickers — that’s new too. Along with an HBO escort, I walk inside an enormous hangar that’s so large it’s where the RMS Titanic was painted.

What’s being filmed here is episode 6, the series finale. Like Harington going into the table read, I don’t know anything about the final season’s storyline. I look around at a meticulously constructed set that I’ve never seen on the show before. Several actors are performing, and I’m stunned: There are characters in the finale that I did not expect. I gradually begin to piece together what has happened in Westeros over the previous five episodes and try not to look like I’m freaking out.

There is absolutely nothing more that can be said about that scene at this time.

A word about spoilers: The cast is used to keeping story secrets, yet they’ve never sounded so anxious about it. “There are moments where you don’t trust yourself to have this in your brain,” says Joe Dempsie, who plays Gendry. “You’re in possession of something millions of people want to know. It’s such a bizarre feeling. And between now and when it comes out, I’m gonna be drunk at some point.”

So far, at least, the team has done a far better job than in previous years at keeping the story under wraps, even while drunk. Theories abound online, but they are guesses. A purported script leaked to Reddit, but here’s a way to spot a fake — real Game of Thrones scripts don’t say “Game of Thrones” on them. “Drone killer” guns were used to guard against any peeping robots attempting to fly over the set. Production documents stating which actors were required to be where and when used code names (Clarke, for example, was “Eldiss”). “It gets highly confusing when you need to remember who is who,” Turner says.

Benioff and Weiss’ next gig is writing a new Star Wars film, and they received some final-season secrecy tips from The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson and producer Kathleen Kennedy. “They’ve given us a lot of hints about how to lock things down, things we never would have thought of or didn’t know were possible,” Weiss says.

At some point HBO will release a proper final-season trailer revealing more. Until then, here’s some basic setup we can tell you: Season 8 opens at Winterfell with an episode that contains plenty of callbacks to the show’s pilot. Instead of King Robert’s procession arriving, it’s Daenerys and her army. What follows is a thrilling and tense intermingling of characters — some of whom have never previously met, many who have messy histories — as they all prepare to face the inevitable invasion of the Army of the Dead.

“It’s about all of these disparate characters coming together to face a common enemy, dealing with their own past, and defining the person they want to be in the face of certain death,” co-executive producer Bryan Cogman says. “It’s an incredibly emotional, haunting, bittersweet final season, and I think it honors very much what George set out to do — which is flipping this kind of story on its head.”

How these fan favorites get along drives much of the drama this season (okay, here’s one specific tease from the premiere — Sansa isn’t thrilled that Jon bent the knee to his fancy new Targaryen girlfriend, at least not at first).

The drama builds to a confrontation with the Army of the Dead that’s expected to be the most sustained action sequence ever made for television or film. One episode — the same that Benioff and Weiss were concerned about pulling off so many years ago — is wall-to-wall action, courtesy of “Battle of the Bastards” director Miguel Sapochnik.

Last April a crew member revealed that Game of Thrones had wrapped 55 night shoots while filming a battle. Media outlets around the world ran stories saying the final season’s battle took twice as long as the 25-day shoot for season 6’s climactic Battle of the Bastards. This wildly understated what really happened. The 55 nights were only for the battle’s outdoor scenes at the Winterfell set. Filming then moved into the studio, where Sapochnik continued shooting the same battle for weeks after that.

“It’s brutal,” Dinklage says. “It makes the Battle of the Bastards look like a theme park.”

The battle doesn’t have just one focus, either, but rather intercuts between multiple characters involved in their own survival storylines that each feels like its own genre. “Having the largest battle doesn’t sound very exciting — it actually sounds pretty boring,” Benioff says. “Part of our challenge, and really, Miguel’s challenge, is how to keep that compelling… we’ve been building toward this since the very beginning, it’s the living against the dead, and you can’t do that in a 12-minute sequence.”

To help pull it off, the production hugely expanded its set for the Stark ancestral home of Winterfell, adding a towering castle exterior, a larger courtyard, and more interconnected rooms and ramparts. Strolling around the new Winterfell is like wandering a sprawling, immersive medieval resort compared with its previous Days Inn-like scale. The ground is covered with snow and blood. The air is thick with smoke from the fire pits. You can turn any direction and only see more Winterfell. It’s easy to feel like you’ve somehow wandered into Westeros.

The Winterfell expansion is just a small example of how every element of the production was heightened this year in an effort to “not f— it up.” Scenes that normally might take a day to film now took several. “[Camera] checks take longer, costumes are a bit better, hair and makeup a bit sharper — every choice, every conversation, every attitude has this air of ‘This is it,’” Clarke says. “Everything feels more intense. I had a scene with someone and I turned to him and said, ‘Oh my God, I’m not going to do this ever again,’ and that brings tears to my eyes.”

Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, agrees: “There was a great sense of grief. It’s a huge sense of loss, like we’ll never have anything like this again.”

More tears, like during the table read.

You know, Harington will actually reveal why he cried that second time.

“The second time was the very end,” Harington says. He’s referring to when the cast reached the last page of episode 6, and what the showrunners wrote there at the bottom.

“Every season, you read at the end of the last script ‘End of Season 1,’ or ‘End of Season 2,’” Harington says. “This read ‘End of Game of Thrones.’”

For more on Game of Thrones, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday, or buy it here now. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW.


Et holy shit, j'ai bien compris, le magasine sort *ce* vendredi, soit demain????

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Ven 2 Nov - 19:34

Bon, bah, c'est exactement le même article et, à part la couverture, le reste est uniquement BTS sur la saison 7 et anciennes photos

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Mar 13 Nov - 19:36

Oyé oyé, nous avons un premier trailer... qui ne montre aucune nouvelle scène pour la saison 8 MAIS, qui annonce *ENFIN* la date de sortie (enfin, du moins le mois):




Et ils ont également lancé la promo: #ForTheThrone ^^


#ForTheThrone | Game of Thrones (HBO)


La playlist sur YT, où ils ont partagé quelques scènes clés des saisons précédentes:


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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Mar 13 Nov - 19:43

Et les photos de la promo:





















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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Ven 16 Nov - 17:57

Autres affiches:










Et j'aime cette promo, avec l'effet du feu dans les yeux de Dany:


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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 24 Nov - 10:24

Il y a quelques jours, David Nutter, réalisateur pour la série, a fait un Q&R avec les fans ^^ Evidemment, il a reçu des questions sur la saison 8 ^^



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AMA
I am David Nutter, Director of Game of Thrones season 8 and short film Rising. Ask me anything!spoiler

I'm David Nutter director and producer best known for Game of Thrones, The Pacific and Band of Brothers.

My latest film is the short, RISING a powerful extension of the Love Has No Labels campaign.

I hear you all know a bit about GOT so...lats chat.

Proof: https://i.redd.it/iu8fpmejj4y11.jpg

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Thank you everybody at Reddit. It's been a great experience doing this, this is my first AMA. And remember, the winter is coming still on Game of Thrones.

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MessageSujet: Re: News et spoilers   Sam 24 Nov - 11:01

Je reposte les questions et réponses ^^ En soulignant les infos pour la saison 8!

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Hi David, thanks for doing this!

So D&D have said on multiple occasions that “The Red Wedding” – literary serial killer George R. R. Martin’s crowning jewel – was the specific moment in the books that inspired them to adapt the Song of Ice & Fire novels into a series. With that being the case as well as the event being incredibly infamous (in a love to hate it kind of way) among fans, how much pressure did you feel when directing that episode in terms of creating the same level of an emotional blow on screen as everyone had when they read it for the first time?

Also, obviously you can’t go into any real detail here, but do you believe anything in season 8 will generate the same level of shock and heartbreak as those last few minutes of Rains of Castamere?

I remember I was shooting season 2 in Iceland and Dan took me to a restaurant in Reykjavik and we had a multi course, multi wine dinner and wanted to talk to me about directing Red Wedding trying to talk me into it. Well, he didn’t have to talk me into it, I was looking forward to doing it very much — and I hadn’t read the books cause I wanted to let the scripts guide me into where I was going. So I had no idea the pressure I was under except the pressure I always put myself under in order to make it great. The more I get into the project of course the more pressure I realize there really was. That was one of the ultimate moments of the series as far as some major characters are concerned and I just wanted to make it good and live up to the books. One of the most interesting things to me that surprised me the most was the responses of the audience — the YouTube videos showing people reacting to what they were watching I felt great about cause I felt like I had succeeded in doing so. As far as season 8 compared to the Red Wedding I just have to tell you - hang onto your seat cause it’s going to be special.


What was it like being the director behind the "is Jon Snow dead" episode? And when you told President Obama Jon was deader than dead - did you know he was coming back then?
I did not lie to the president about Jon Snow's death. I met Obama in 2015 and the DNC people were all big fans of the show of course as well as he was, and I met him at a dinner party. During the picture taking part of it, someone told him that I was there and he introduced me and so forth, and the president grabbed my shoulder with his left hand and shook my hand, and looked at me and said "You didn't kill Jon Snow did you?" and I said he was deader than dead. And what was important to me was that I didn't want to read beyond season 5. I was basically directing season 5 and that was it. I didn't want to know what was happening next as a fan of the show. So I did not lie to the president, but of course when they came out with him surviving the next year, I was worried I was going to get audited or something of that nature, get off to Guantanamo, but I did survive which was a good thing. And we had a laugh about it, I had a chance to meet with him after that, and we had a lot of fun about that situation. One thing he told me was he said "David, you kill all my favorite characters." so hopefully that's not over with.


What was your first proper directing job? And how did you get it?
I'll tell you two stories of my first directing jobs. The first was at a film school, I directed a movie called Cease Fire, a low budget movie about post traumatic stress disorder, and it was a fellow film student that had the money he'd put away to make this little film. I hired an actor by the name of Don Johnson, who once we actually finished making the movie became Sonny Crockett. Then my next job was a television job. In fact I moved to Los Angeles after I directed this movie, I was out on the golf course one day and it was my first anniversary of being in Los Angeles. I was playing golf with two friends of mine, and some guy happened to join us, and that guy had just created the TV show 21 Jump Street and he wanted a young director to work with a young actor because he's working with a lot of older directors and he wanted to get someone who I guess was more in the lingo, or talking with the actors how they were and so forth. And I shot a good round of golf and answered all of my questions and he hired me to direct an episode. The fourth day of prep one of the producers walked in to me and asked me if I went to film school or not. So that was a great experience working with Johnny Depp and the crew.


Can you tell me where you went to film school?
I went to film school at the University of Miami in Florida.


Hey David! Awesome of you to do this, and just want you to know the series has really been something my wife and I have held close to us through its time. Thank you for being a part of that.

A couple of questions:
George used the adjective "bittersweet" to describe the ending of the series. What's a different adjective that you would personally use?
About how long should we expect the episodes to average this season?

Season 8 episodes will all I think be longer than 60 minutes. They’ll be dancing around the bigger numbers, I know that for sure.


What’s your favorite scene or arc of the GoT series so far?
Wow...It's interesting, I've loved working with all the actors. It's been interesting that Arya/Maisie and Sophie/Sansa, they've grown up so much during the episodes that I've worked with them, of course being younger actresses and characters, then now being able to be the powerful players that they are. But that's been a wonderful experience getting the chance to work with them and see them grow and become tremendous actors, performers, and characters. That's been a lot of fun. But I also enjoy, of course, the world with the wildlings and Jon Snow. That's a lot of fun as well, so I have a lot of favorite moments, just being there is a special thing.


I have a question about the security of Season 8. Several actors mentioned the very elaborate measures were taken to prevent leaks. How were the security measures different from the previous seasons you worked on? Were you even allowed to read the full script or only the scripts for the episodes you were directing?
Season 8 was a very very tight ship. It was limited viewing on many things. Not a lot of paper on the set, like none. No scripts were printed, we only used iPads and things of that nature. It was much more serious than in the past but the security has always been high. I remember in season 5 we were shooting in Croatia the walk of shame and it was a situation where we had body doubles as well — I kept thinking somebody would get photographs of this cause Dubrovnik is a rather open place — all kinds of angles to get photographs but no one did and they spent all this money on security and we got by off the hair of our chinny chin chin.


How would you describe the tone and scope of this season?
How different is directing the first episode compared to any other episode of a season?

I’ve never directed an opening episode of GOT before until season 8 but I think it’s really important to make a splash. You have to reset the table, put everyone back in their place, you have to take them to their next position. But you have to entertain that’s what’s most important.


Were there any particular pieces of media that you looked to for inspiration or influence when working on Game of Thrones?
Nothing specific. I like to listen to Ramin's score quite a lot when preparing for the show, I like doing that. I like watching old episodes of Game of Thrones, I think they've really done a tremendous job of creating their own world and all that entails, and me I just want to match what I'm doing to what other people have done. I wanna make sure that what I'm doing is good enough, so I kind of look inward to my inspiration of the show is other episodes and what other people have done.


What was the biggest challenge directing the final season of GoT?
The biggest challenge directing the final season of Game of Thrones is just the importance of getting it right. There was not a second chance to get all of these sequences right, and a lot of sequences had many actors in them and some wonderfully intimate scenes as well. So really it was about taking these characters from point A to B to C to D to E in the various episodes that I did, and making sure that it all balances out properly. We had a lot of rehearsal time and that was really the thing that saved me more than anything else. I'm very happy with the chance to get in there and rehearse with the actors, and I think they were too, and I think it turned out quite well.


Which was harder (emotionally) to direct, The Red Wedding or Jon's death?
Well, Jon Snow's death was rather simple as far as the production value and how we did it as far as that was concerned. The Red Wedding was much more involved and it took many weeks of prep of course, and many days to shoot it and make sure we did it the right way. What's important with respect to the Red Wedding which was really important to us, was making sure that I shot in a way that we killed Catelyn Stark at the end of the episode. That was very important for me so the end of our shooting, the last thing we shot of the many days of shooting the red wedding was her death. And it was very powerful, we were all moved by it


In your opinion why does Daenerys want to be Queen? I never understood because she hated it in mereen.
I think she wants to make a difference. She wants to free the slaves. She wants to be a good, fair just ruler. After so many years it chasing her and now her chasing it — I think in some respects it’s about destiny for her and some of it’s really beyond her own calling and something she’s destined to become.


Who is your favourite character?
I can’t tell you — I love them all — with he and Cersei of course, Lena Headey who I worked with on the Sarah Connor Chronicles is a favorite of mine as well. Can’t leave out Emilia and Kit Harrington (Jon Snow) as well but the cast is fantastic there’s not one bad one in the bunch — to think of the Hound and Tormund and all those guys this last season was just magical.


Hey David, thanks for your time. What has been the most difficult part about keeping Season 8 spoiler free for you? Have you come close to telling anyone details you shouldn't?
Just not sharing anything I know about it to people! That’s kind of the key I think. You definitely learn to keep your secrets. You’re so involved in it while you’re doing it that when you finish doing it you kinda just want to turn it off and I’m in the turn it off mode now so I have no reason or want to tell anyone anything.


What is it like to have been part of one of the greatest shows ever on television?
I just feel so grateful and so thankful that I got a chance to work on the show and work with so many people and one of the most wonderful things I’ve ever done.


Which dead character do you wish you had around still
The bastard was a lot of fun - Roose Bolton’s bastard son. He's a wonderful actor and you always like a nice little bit of Littlefinger, he's always fun to play with. But they're gone, alas, and new characters will be joining them and new characters will be introduced, so we'll see what happens.


What was your funniest moment while Filming Game Of Thrones??
I've enjoyed working with the Hound and Arya. They have some great duo sequences together, that's been fun. I love working with Tormund and the Wildings. That's been fun as well. I think that probably Arya and the Hound and their journey to the north was interesting stuff that was done there and was a lot of fun.


Why did we have to wait 2 years?!?!?!?!
Visual effects! Things take time my friends — they take a lot of time to create and GoT is the last place you’re going to find half baked work so it’s all about making sure they fill the frame with as much capacity as possible and making it as real and right as possible. Small price to pay for the amazing quality that comes out of that show.


Can you give us two truths and lie about the final season of "Game of Thrones"?
I just can’t get in trouble guys — I can’t say anything or I’ll get killed. Really for real. I’ll tell you one thing ………….. I can’t even tell you that, sorry, I’m hanging on to too much.


This isn't really about GoT, but how would you compare the difficulties of working on GoT compared to your other work on Band of Brothers, The Pacific or the X-Files?
It’s really about those four properties had great material and it’s really about how physically I can manage and get through the episodes I think is most important. Making sure I have time to do what I have to do. They’re all labors of love and they have all been shows I have really enjoyed doing. They’ve all been equally challenging.

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