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  1. Some people keep saying that, but I do not think so, it would be the same as watching the "The White Queen" or "The White Princess" again, but with dragons, magic, zombies ... So despite that ASoIaF is inspired, among other things, in "The Wars of the Roses" and "The Lord of the Rings ", I do not think that GRRM and HBO want to repeat the same endings of them, because this would remove some of the story's originality and mystery. So, it could take some political things from "The Wars of the Roses" and some other things from other stories but its ending will not be the same in any way. I particularity think that the show and the books will transcend the "The Wars of the Roses" stage (the show almost did), because of the new common enemy of all human realms, taking end with Cersei's and Euron's final acts. And finally, after "The Great War", they will bring us a completely new world . Everything that has happened or will happen in ASoIaF books and on Game of Thrones TV series is for a reason and I'm sure it will surprise us very much. Everything they have suffered will not be in vain. but still the end will be bittersweet ...
  2. That's correct. Also, I think the "Robert's Rebellion was based on a lie" thing will be explained better on the next season with flashbacks or an epilogue scene and, of course, by GRRM in "The Winds of Winter" and "A Dream of Spring". By the way, great review dude.
  3. Hello everybody! I'm new on ASoIaF Forum, but I'm following it from a long time ago because I'm a great Game of Thrones fan and thi is one of best forums to talk about it, specially now that this story is coming to end. I'm here today to talk with you about the Game of Thrones Season 8 Directors, so ┬┐what do we know about it? * Jeremy Podeswa (- The Dragon and the Wolf - Dragonstone Season 7- Home - The Red Woman Season 6- Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken (2015)- Kill the Boy Season 5) will not be returning and (sadly) Matt Shakman (- Eastwatch - The Spoils of War Season 7) will almost certainly not be, either. *Miguel Sapochnik (- The Winds of Winter - Battle of the Bastards Season 6 - Hardhome - The Gift Season 5) is confirmed, according to his cinematographer. Also, we knew that Benioff and Weiss wrote the scripts for the final four episodes, with Dave Hill writing the season premiere and Bryan Cogman writing Episode 2. But, who do you think will be the rest of the season 8 directors? My bets are: E1. David Nutter - Mother's Mercy (2015) - The Dance of Dragons (2015) Season 5 - Mhysa (2013) - The Rains of Castamere (2013) Season 3 - A Man Without Honor (2012) - The Old Gods and the New (2012) Season 2 E2. Alex Graves - The Children (2014) - The Mountain and the Viper (2014) - Breaker of Chains (2014) - The Lion and the Rose (2014) Season 4 - Kissed by Fire (2013) - And Now His Watch Is Ended (2013) Season 3 E3. Alan Taylor - Beyond the Wall (2017) Season 7 - Valar Morghulis (2012) - The Prince of Winterfell (2012) - The Night Lands (2012) - The North Remembers (2012) Season 2 - Fire and Blood (2011) - Baelor (2011) Season 1. E4. Neil Marshall - The Watchers on the Wall (2014) Season 4 - Blackwater (2012) Season 2. E5 and E6. Miguel Sapochnik (confirmed). Update EW.com just announced the directors lineup: David Nutter (-Mother's Mercy - The Dance of Dragons Season 5 - Mhysa - The Rains of Castamere Season 3 - A Man Without Honor - The Old Gods and the New Season 2). Miguel Sapochnik (- The Winds of Winter - Battle of the Bastards Season 6 - Hardhome - The Gift Season 5). David Benioff (- Walk of Punishment Season 3) and D.B. Weiss (- Two Swords Season 4). Finale. So, my bets are: Episodes 1 and 2. David Nutter Episodes 3, 4 and 5. Miguel Sapochnik Episode 6. David Benioff and D.B. Weiss (cofirmed) So, what do you think about it? and what are your bets about Nutter and Sapochnik episodes? Note: Sorry for my english but I'm not a native english speaker.