'Game of Thrones' to reportedly film multiple endings for final season

'Game of Thrones' to reportedly film multiple endings for final season

Those excited for Game of Throne season eight will have to wait longer than usual. "We'll have a better sense of that once they get further into the writing".

Specs have yet to be revealed, but supplements will include: audio commentaries on every episode, two new behind-the-scenes featurettes, and, for a limited time only, a bonus disc containing Conquest & Rebellion: An Animated History of the Seven Kingdoms, a 45-minute, never-before-seen extension of the Clio Award-winning History & Lore features included on previous individual Blu-ray season releases. According to The Morning Call, HBO President of Programming Casey Bloys recently said the benchmark series would film more than one ending.

"I know 'Game of Thrones, ' the ending, they're going to shoot multiple versions so that nobody really knows what happens". As per reports doing the rounds, with a view to avoid hacks and leaks of the finale of the show - and to piss off all the netizens - producers David Benioff and DB Weiss have resorted to using TV's oldest trick: shooting multiple climax scenes of the finale."You have to do that on a long show". No one will know until it airs. Projects such as AMC's "Breaking Bad" or HBO's "The Sopranos" managed to keep prying eyes away from their work by going with multiple scenarios for the ending of their story. We did fake some scenes.

There's no point hacking into HBO's system and leaking episodes of Game Of Thrones Season 8 any more.

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And as hysteria surrounding the show grew, as did the push for spoilers.

The US network giant refused to pay the multi-million dollar demand, as the hackers dumped Game of Thrones actors' personal details, scripts, shooting plans and unaired episodes online.

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is set to begin production later this year (17).

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