Posted September 23, 2018 03:00:43You know that feeling you get when you see the first scene of a movie or TV show and think, “Wow, this is going to be awesome?”
Well, that feeling is getting you ready for the new season of Game of Throne.
In anticipation of the first trailer, IGN’s own Chris Roberts sat down with Game of the Thrones writer, showrunner, producer, director, and showrunner Sean Bean to talk about the series.
In Season 7, the world is in upheaval as a comet strikes the planet of Westeros, which has been torn apart and rebuilt as a new kingdom under King Daenerys Targaryen.
As a result, all sorts of new characters have been born and raised, many of whom have already been introduced in Season 1.
The showrunners also discuss the impact of the comet on the books, with Roberts noting that the comet was also a major part of their vision for the series, as well as the fact that it would likely be the last time the books would be referenced by name in the TV series.
Here’s a breakdown of some of the key points from our conversation, which also includes some juicy spoilers for Season 7.
Game of Thrones is based on George R.R. Martin’s novels and the showrunners, David Benioff and Dan Weiss, were also inspired by the books.
“The books were the inspiration for our series, but it’s also the inspiration that we have for all of our characters,” Bean said.
“You’ll meet people who look just like you and it’s a little like you meet people in real life.”
In Season 1, Daenery and Drogon both had their own personalities and traits, while Daeneric was very much an outsider.
“We did the same thing with Drogos.
We put in the idea that she was an outsider and she had her own set of values,” Bean told us.
“I think that’s one of the reasons she’s so strong, is she’s a strong individual.
She wants to change the world.”
In Season 7 Daenerye is a powerful queen and a leader who’s willing to make mistakes.
“She’s very much driven by a desire to change and a belief in the potential of humanity,” Bean added.
“And she’s very pragmatic.
She’s also very, very intelligent.”
When it comes to Daenerya’s character, Bean said, “She has a lot of compassion for other people, and she’s not afraid to be selfish and do things that she thinks are selfish.”
While she was originally going to kill Drogons child for eating a fish in the middle of the night, she was ultimately forced to let the child go.
“Drogon is a lot more complex, and we’re really excited about what’s going to happen to him,” Bean continued.
“So there’s a lot that’s going on behind the scenes.
It’s a very complex character and it will be interesting to see what happens.”
A scene from the second season of HBO’s Game of thrones.
Source: HBO The first season of the Game showrunners are hoping that audiences will be more engaged with the series once they have seen the first season.
“It’s really about the show and the story that we’re telling, and it really is about the characters and the world,” Bean explained.
“If people get into the story, it’s like watching the show.
If people don’t, it won’t be the same story.
I think we’re going to do the same with Game and we’ll do it better.””
If you have the right characters and they do their jobs, they’re very capable of creating a compelling story,” he continued.
It also has the added bonus of creating an audience for the show, which is a crucial aspect for HBO to reach in order to recoup its investment in the franchise.
“That’s really the reason we want to make it,” Bean pointed out.
“Because the audience is the most important thing.”
Here are some key points about the first two seasons of Game.1.
Daenerying Targaryens storyline has a major arc in Season 2.
The first two episodes of Season 1 were mostly devoted to the story of Daeneries quest to save the lives of the children of the Seven Kingdoms, and the second episode of Season 2, which debuted in April, was focused on the conflict between the Targaryans and the Free Folk.
“Daenerys is a very powerful character.
She has a very different way of doing things than she did in Season One,” Bean shared.
“But she’s also an intelligent, determined, and very pragmatic woman who wants to keep her people strong.
And she also wants to help the other people.
She doesn’t just want to give away the children to the Free People, she wants to take the children and