Game Of Thrones
June 19, 2011 by Post Team
Game Of Thrones, This story contains major spoilers for the season of “Game of Thrones” episode “Baelor” which aired June 12 on HBO. One of the drawbacks of television only through most of its history is that to be a successful series, cannot really kill the main characters.
Sure, some programs have toyed with the idea. But instead, television shows often threaten our heroes a week, only to find a way out of it. That is so common, which is quite expected. Not surprisingly, fans of TV “Game of Thrones” were surprised when the penultimate episode of season included the beheading of Eddard Stark, the character played by Sean Bean star in the series.
And in case you’re wondering: Yes, Stark is really dead. Well dead. So there is no Bean in season 2. “It’s difficult to create a character and make someone so memorable and impressive as Ned, and then dispose of it,” said producer David Benioff Entertainment Weekly. “But at the same time leads to a story that is much more suspense, because I really have no idea what will happen and who will survive. In the stories, usually have an idea who will understand. ”
But in the stories of George R. R. Martin ‘s. In fact, fans of the books of Martin were not surprised by death on the screen – which happens very early in his “Fire and Ice” series of books.
This means that writers and producers knew from the beginning that the life of Bean in “Game of Thrones” was to be short-lived. However, he is one of the biggest names in the cast of HBO’s development over time because of its character. Is not there a risk that the fans could be turned off by the turn, and move on?
“In addition to his character, which is the creation of other characters going forward,” said Producer DB Weiss. “The idea is this show engages in enough people so we want to know what happens to Tyrion and Arya. So even though the main characters is lost, we still spent a lot of characters, so that ‘want to know what happens next. “” A Game of Thrones, “which has already been renewed for a second season, airs its final season of June 19 on HBO.
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