Game of Thrones director Neil Marshall softens season 8 criticisms – Winter is Coming

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Anyway, in a new interview with NME, Marshall clarified his comments a bit, sounding more like one of the show’s defenders. “I don’t necessarily think the backlash was justified, but it was unavoidable, ” he said. You were never going to be able to please everybody, and when you’ve got fans as loyal as dedicated as those fans are, we’re talking millions of people with opinions globally. I think they did an amazing job and endings are always tricky? How do you end these stories? You’ve got to end them somewhere, but how do you do it? You have Daenerys Targaryen burn down a city, obviously. “I for one wouldn’t fault them, ” Marshall continued. “It was an unbelievable achievement and ten years of their lives that they’ve devoted to it.” My feeling is that everyone ended up exactly where they were supposed to end up. I think it’s a huge story, but it resolved itself in the way it was meant to. Marshall is out here talking to outlets to promote Kraken Screamfest: Director’s Cut, an immersive horror experience that will go up in London for Halloween. .

Lest we forget, this is the guy who directed The Descent, so he knows his way around a scare. It sounds like a fun gig, but when asked, Marshall said he would be open to other jobs, like maybe one on the Game of Thrones prequel (prequels?) currently in production. If asked, I would definitely consider it. It’s a great world to work in. I’d love to go back to Belfast and work with the amazing cast and crew. It was an amazing creative environment and if the team have managed to create that magic, then I’d go back for that alone. Even with the whole of the series behind us,  “Blackwater” remains one of its best action spectaculars, and the one that best balances battle sequences with quieter, dialogue-driven moments. .

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