Schon in der zweiten Folge zeigt Game of Thrones, dass diese Staffel einiges weiter geht!
In just 4 weeks the fourth Season of Game of Thrones will return. Riding on many promises (for example that this year there won’t be a “Episode 9” meaning the episode where everything goes haywire but instead many episodes fighting for that title) I can’t wait to find out how the tables will be turned this year. Now HBO has unveiled yet another trailer for Season 4 and there is still a recap video of Seasons 1-3 to come similarly to what they did in the previous years. But for now enjoy the newest trailer with even more dragon shots:
Did you come across the phrase Valar Morghulis?
Chances are that you might be hearing it a bit more often. Game of Thrones starts to embrace the magic aspect not only within its storylines but also when it comes to marketing strategies. HBO has now released the official poster for Season 4 and it keeps the white tone of Season 3 (contrary to the black themed first two posters) but more importantly it features a creature that might start to talk this Season:
One and a half months left until the battle over the iron throne continues. HBO…
According to writers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss they can’t afford to specifically write a theme for every episode as is convention on television. In a podcast at Winteriscoming.net Bryan Cogman also commented on his episode (Kissed by Fire S03E05) that they don’t specifically set out to write an episode about certain characters. But he said that it can happen that some scenes in an episode correspond to each other in a way so that it seems as if there was a deliberate theme.
This seemed to be the case with The Bear and the Maiden Fair – the seventh episode of this season – written by no one else than George R.R. Martin himself.