One of the most anticipated episodes is always the one that has been hyped up to extreme levels with this whole week, the director, cast and crew of the show on any of the interview held to discuss the last week’s episode the Battle Of The Bastard, often end up teasing the season’s finale “The Winds of Winter. Surprising interview was when some of the actors and the director of the finale two episodes chatted with The Hollywood Report and referring to “The Winds Of Winter” director Miguel Sapochnik responding to the question about how would he explain the Season 6 finale he said, “it’s the biggest, surprising and People Die”.
Well the last two words were quite usual as people often end up being killed in the show every now and then but the very same fact excites us in all manners as to who might that unlucky person be. Even there were few cast members too who had a word or two on what they think of the episode:
Gemma Whelan (Yara Greyjoy): “Thrilling, epic and overwhelming.”
Kristofer Hivju (Tormund Giantsbane): “Breathtaking, amazing, brilliant.”
Dean-Charles Chapman (Tommen Baratheon): “Worth waiting for.”
Tom Wlaschiha (Jaqen H’Ghar): “The end is near.”
Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth): Redacted, redacted and redacted.
Everybody were being quite smart in not pilling out much, but except for Liam Cunningham who had few more words on how the upcoming and the last episodes be like and what can one actually expect, but without spoiling it even a bit.
“For a couple of seasons, we’ve built up to episode nine. We have this huge episode nine, and then going into episode 10, we see where we are for the season, and we start setting up the next season. It’s going to be a little bit different this time. You can certainly say there are going to be some surprises in the next episode.”
Certainly that has been the case if traditionally spoken when we look back at some of our epic episode 9, from the beginning of season 1 to season 5 episodes that made the pre-finale moment way exciting and hence hyped the finale were, Baelor (Season 1), Blackwater (Season 2), The Rains of Castamere (Season 3), Watchers on the Wall (Season 4), The Dance of Dragon (Season 5) and the last week’s Season 6 epic Battle of The Bastard, only promises that the game of thrones tradition will be followed only to make the final episode be beat the shit out of us, even though it leaves us with an irresistible speculative plot for the next Season 7 for next year in 2017. According to Cunningham Season 6 Episode 10 “The “Winds Of Winter” it quite deferring to anything finale that we have came across in whole of the series, “It’s not a recap. There are very big events that are going to happen.”
Calling the interview off, he found his final four words everyone should be aware of and they were, “Do. Not. Miss. It.” The Game Of Thrones 6 Episode 10 opens is scheduled at 9 p.m. EST tomorrow night only on HBO Networks.