The two-hour docudrama, called The Last Watch, chronicles the epic manufacturing of the final season of the program, providing fans succulent behind-the-scenes video of how some of the show’s most famous moments came together.
The last episode of Game of Thrones might be around the bend, however before our really own wintertime sorrows embeded in, HBO has pertained to our redemption by releasing a trailer for a farewell docudrama special.
According to HBO, the feature size documentary “digs deep into the mud and also blood to disclose the splits as well as triumphs associated with the challenge of bringing the dream globe of Westeros to life in the really real workshops, fields as well as car-parks of Northern Ireland.”
Directed by Jeanie Finlay, the trailer opens with a shot of Titanic studios, where the entire actors are getting ready for a final table read. We then see series developers Benioff as well as Weiss giving a speech to the Thrones “household.”
“This is strange. Below we are, at the last table read, as well as it’s like taking a look around and also seeing your household,” D. B. Weiss begins, checking out at the set up cast.
The bit that’s got everyone speaking though, is a remarkable cut of Kit Harington (Jon Snow) getting emotional at the words on his page, while Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) searches with a smile. Not. a. completely dry. eye.
The trailer also features green screen video footage, interviews with the team, and also shots of the production group hard at the office producing some of the monumental scenes, consisting of the building of the Battle of Winterfell as well as the King’s Landing set.
“I can not have actually worked harder, I really have actually given this everything I’ve had,” one producer says loudly. “I’m broken!” includes an additional.
There’s also a shot of Sophie Turner shooting the scene where she bids farewell to Theon, and also a glance of D.B. Weiss accepting Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) on the last day of filming.
Word on the web is that HBO intends to leave the King’s Landing set intact as a traveler destination, which we would get tickets for in a heart beat, tbh.