Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Deuce66, Mar 9, 2017.
Last season was best. No wasted episodes.
maybe I'm just bitter because I know I'll be in withdrawal for another year or so....
Picked up Steelbook with ( fridge magnet)Game Of Thrones : Season 7 blu ra.
Who's the fridge magnate? I know of a couple of oil magnates but no fridge magnates...
Winter ❄️ is coming.
Good place to stick it.
The magnet, that is.
we still have to get thru winter/spring/summer/fall and winter until we see another new episode.....
Well season seven was simply breathtaking. Best yet ( have to view it a second /third time ) Can't believe I have to wait till 2019 to get season 8(6 episodes)blu ray. Earliest the prequel(s) date is 2020, supposed to be working on 5 prequels, which will be perhaps honed down to just one prequel.
Miss the IMDb GOT message board.
Prequels? Are they doing the ‘Dunk & Egg’ graphic novel series?
Not using the original cast as the prequel is set 100 years in the past.
Maybe this will give the books a chance to catch up.
No digital code with my BD.
Quite a few complaints.
Seventh season is least favorite for me. Lots of eye candy, but the storyline went silly.
Maybe it was necessary to bring all the loose threads headed toward a conclusion. Maybe also GRRM's inability to do similar means the books may never get done.
End was a bit titillating, rushed.
Storyline. Yeah I gasped at "it's Uncle Benjen"definitely a wt scene. But welcome if your Jon Snow and surrounded by the army of the dead.
Media :BD.. fancy packaging, no doubt to make up for the fact there was less content ( 3 Discs).
Believe season 7 was shot in 4K.
Maybe when series 8 is finished they'll be a 4K complete box( or thereabouts).
Season VIII news - no episodes in 2018.
Game of Thrones Season 8 Is Officially Not Premiering Until Next Year
Yes, HBO has formally confirmed that the next and final season of Game of Throneswill bow sometime in 2019—something we had a feeling would happen, though it has not been set in stone until now. Still, there’s plenty to get excited about as the new season comes together—for instance, the impressive roster of writers and directors set to return.
The network reiterated Thursday that Thrones co-creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss will co-direct their first episode since Season 4, while beloved battle director Miguel Sapochnik and gut-wrencher extraordinaire David Nutter—who directed moments including Cersei’s “shame” walk and the Red Wedding—will both also return. The writing staff for Season 8 is equally promising, with Bryan Cogman and Dave Hill both on board alongside Benioff and Weiss. Cogman, who has contributed to the show since its first season, was the scribe behind such favorites as Season 3’s “Kissed by Fire”; as V.F.’s Joanna Robinson previously noted, come Season 8, Cogman will be the only writer to have contributed to every chapter of the Thrones saga.
I read that some or all of the episodes will be feature-length.
2019 seems so far away.
I'd like that....
Means the physical media won't be out till the end of 2019, just under two years.
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