Game of Thrones DoP says next episode better than dragon battle

Game of Thrones DoP says next episode better than dragon battle

Game of Thrones DoP says next episode better than dragon battle

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Matt Shakman's closing comments definitely suggest Jaime Lannister's realization that Drogon and Daenerys's antics in The Spoils Of War have ushered in a new era of combat will be explored in the show's next episode Eastwatch. And although Drogon and some of his flames might've been added in post, much of what we see is real.

Jaime was also missing from the teaser trailer for Eastwatch, which was released earlier this week. Her behaviour does not sit well with her Hand, Tyrion Lannister, who starts looking at her in a different light (that's tinged with Targaryen madness?). She says that she doesn't want to take lives, but if they refuse to bend the knee she will be forced to attack with her dragons and armies. It had everything we wanted to see from the show with the Dothraki being utilized in the battlefield and a freakin' dragon roasting people alive. Daenerys will be victorious, although she may not be the one to claim the Iron Throne. "We know from Bran, the Three-Eyed Raven, that Ned Stark was not Jon Snow's father".

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Just as Daenerys is desperate to turn the tide of battle, Jon Snow too is desperate to win allies to his cause.

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"Bad things are coming", Davos seems to agree.

Martin, that's who. The GoT mastermind crushed this dream when he told Time magazine, "I think one of the biggest ones would probably be when they made the decision not to bring Catelyn Stark back as Lady Stoneheart.

We've also included the weekly "Inside the Episode" featurette, with showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff this time discussing Arya's return to Winterfell and the cave scene with Daenerys and Jon Snow - and yes, there may be some romance brewing. It will be interesting to see how it unfolds.

Jon Snow seems the most reliable character to get behind: he knows who the real enemy is - he protects the Starks - and he could be a guiding force for good with Dany. It is just a glimpse of their meeting. Will they identify him as a Targaryen?

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