hahaha Ms. FD, type mo din ba si Daario?yang mga sexy scenes naman sa GOT parang icing on the cake na lang for mehabol ko talaga yung story at bakbakan, alam mo na... hilig ng mga lalake...tagaan, patayan, barilan :p
wish to join these two
nice one cersei!
pang balance sa sadsies (pa OT po) wish to join these two
i am never drinking Absynthe with other dudes and goddamn Frankenstein's monster is useless cept for the stage >.<
aside from this fatality from the mountain, one thing that's left me in awe was..missandei sayang nga lang si grey worm haha
Didn't Dany tell Missandei that she and Grey Worm can do things that don't involve his d*ck (or lack thereof)? they can use their *mouths
â€œI think itâ€™s as big as Thrones has gone at the moment. I mean, I think itâ€™s no secret that itâ€™s the most expensive episode that theyâ€™ve ever made and a lot of that is due to the CGI I havenâ€™t seen any of that yet, obviously, so thatâ€™s going to be a new thing for me, but yeah, itâ€™s pretty huge in scale. I think itâ€™s as big as TV goes, and that was incredible to be one of the leading actors in that episodeâ€¦.I feel hugely privileged.â€
Benioff: Well itâ€™s at The Wall. Which is tricky. Because there is no Wall.Weiss: Just the general visual effects integration of this episode.Benioff: Giants. Giants are tricky. Having Neil Marshall directing it, you have confidence; like going to a really good doctor whoâ€™s going to make everything better. Neil is very soft spoken, but heâ€™s the kind of guy when heâ€™s on the set everyone is calm because he knows exactly what heâ€™s doing. Itâ€™s a very intense episode, more intense than Blackwater. Weâ€™re seeing it now, even before visual effects have gone in, and itâ€™s still magnificent.Weiss: With Blackwater when we got the episode in, so much of it was visual effects dependent we were kind of unsure â€” the performances were fantastic and the action was great, but we werenâ€™t entirely sure what we had until the pieces were put together. But with this, even Neilâ€™s first directorâ€™s cut that we saw without a single frame of visual effects finished, just something about it really grabbed us by the neck thatâ€™s very rare even with the great directors weâ€™re fortunate to work with.Benioff: In terms of the sets, our new production designer Deborah Riley did this magnificent top-of-The Wall set, far bigger than what we had before, so you can do walk-and-talks, you can have massive action sequences. Itâ€™s completely surrounded by green screen, which is apparently the biggest green screen in Europe.Weiss: Neil and Deb both spent a lot of time watching the Kubrick film Paths of Glory to get a sense of how to apply trench warfare set-building to an icy top-of-The Wall environment. She did a really fantastic job. It has to be the biggest Styrofoam piece in existence.
Ms. FD, tried to send you thanks for the things you sent me but your inbox is full Can't wait for the next episode #10 :p
Itâ€™s the best finale weâ€™ve ever done, bar none,â€ Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss said in a statement. â€œThe performances from our cast, the direction from Alex Graves, the VFX work, the new [music] cues from Ramin Djawadiâ€”all of it came together in perhaps the finest hour weâ€™ve produced. Weâ€™re immensely proud of â€˜The Children.â€™ And a little intimidated by the episode, because now we have to get back to the business of season five and figure out a way to top it.â€Of key interest is the fate of Tyrion Lannister (Peter Dinklage), who was sentenced to death at the conclusion of the eighth episode. But thereâ€™s also Jon Snow (Kit Harington) marching off to assassinate Mance Rayder (CiarÃ¡n Hinds), Arya (Maisie Williams) setting a new course, and you cannot have a Thrones finale without at least one surprise involving the dragon queen (Emilia Clarke). Expect â€œThe Childrenâ€ to be a longer-than-usual episode, too â€” HBOâ€™s schedule says the finale is 66 minutes.
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