The next episode of the game of thrones will be the longest ever for the acclaimed HBO series. Season 8, Episode 3 has a driving time of 82 minutes, which is 2 minutes longer than the Season 7 Final, "The Dragon and the Wolf", which was the previous record holder for length.
The new episode, which has no title yet, airs on Sunday 28 April. It will be followed up by three additional episodes, all within four minutes of the longest record ever. Episode 4 is 78 minutes long; Episode 5 is 80 minutes in duration; and the series' final episode 6 runs for 80 minutes. Episodes runtime was announced by HBO back in March.
Considering how things ended in Episode 2 and the first teaser for Episode 3, this new episode may be showing some or all of the epic battle scenes that have been anti-audited since the show began in 201
Episode 3 is directed by Miguel Sapochnik, who previously directed the Battle of Bastard's episode. According to a report, the upcoming Battle of Winterfell scene "the longest consecutive battle sequence ever committed to filming." At 40 minutes, the helmet's deep blow from the Lord of the Rings is: Two Towers is said to be the longest battle sequence from movie history.
Contributing producer Bryan Cogman talked about the epic battlefield, which calls it outstanding for television or film.
"What we've been asking the production team and the crew to do this year has never really been done on television or in a movie," he explained. "This final face between the dead army and the living army is completely unmatched and relentless and a mix of genres, even within the battle. There are sequences built within sequences built within sequences. [Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss wrote] An amazing puzzle and Miguel came in and Took it together and put it back together. It has been strenuous but I think it will blow everyone away. "Filming the episode took 11 weeks night shot. According to the report, up to 750 people worked all night for almost three months in freezing temperatures and permanently cold rain, clay and heavy winds.
The actor playing Ser Jorah Mormont, Iain Glen, said filming the battle was the "most unpleasant experience I've had at Thrones."
"A real test, really unfortunate. You get to sleep at seven in the morning and when you wake up at dinner you are still so spent that you can" I really do something, and then you are back, "he added. has no life outside it. You have an absolute f ** k mass of actors. But without becoming a method [acting] about it, it bleeds on the screen of the reality of the thrones. "
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