Entertainment Next Game of Thrones episode 'better' than dragon battle

07:36  12 august  2017
07:36  12 august  2017 Source:   MSN

Game of Thrones: This Is Why Jaime's Savvy Battle Tactic Seemed So Familiar

  Game of Thrones: This Is Why Jaime's Savvy Battle Tactic Seemed So Familiar The third episode of Game of Thrones, "The Queen's Justice," has a few shockingly memorable moments (like Daenerys and Jon Snow FINALLY meeting, for starters), but the quiet scene in the episode's final minutes is by far its most affecting. The celebration of Daenerys's Unsullied army easily taking Casterly Rock from the Lannisters is short-lived, since Jaime fakes them out by having Euron's fleet burn most of the Unsullied's ships and moves almost all of the Lannister forces to Highgarden instead. There, they quickly overpower House Tyrell, and Jaime has a tense one-on-one chat with Lady Olenna.

For most Game of Thrones fans last week's episode 'Spoils of War' was easily one of the most action-packed episodes the series has ever aired. But if you were one of those fans that who thought last Sunday's fiery dragon battle was the best , be prepared for something better next week. That's.

TORONTO — " Game of Thrones " fans who thought last Sunday's fiery dragon battle was a doozy may be even further blown away by this coming episode , says Vancouver-raised cinematographer Robert McLachlan. Up Next in Arts & Life.

Daenerys Targaryen riding her fire-breathing dragon into battle.© HBO Daenerys Targaryen riding her fire-breathing dragon into battle.

Game of Thrones' director of photography has a message for fans - be prepared, because the next episode is even bigger than last week's massive battle.

Cinematographer Robert McLachlan has shot some of the TV series' best and largest episodes, including 'The Rains of Castamere' (the Red Wedding episode) and 'Dance of Dragons'.

He was behind 'The Spoils of War', and the ominously-named upcoming episode 'Eastwatch'.

"When I saw the rough cuts of both Sunday night's episode and this upcoming one, most of us actually… liked the upcoming one better than the battle scene one," McLachlan told the Toronto Star.

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  Here's how much it costs HBO to produce one episode of 'Game of Thrones' Those epic battle scenes don't come cheap.But all of those epic battle scenes don't come cheap.

This photo provided by HBO shows a scene from Season 7, Episode 4 of " Game of Thrones ." "When I saw the rough cuts of both Sunday night's episode and this upcoming one, most of us actually, as an episode we liked the upcoming one better than the battle scene one," McLachlan, who lives in

" Battle of the Bastards" is the ninth episode of the sixth season of Game of Thrones . It is the fifty-ninth episode of the series overall. It premiered on June 19, 2016. It was written by David Benioff & D.B. Weiss and directed by Miguel Sapochnik. Slaver envoys demand terms of surrender in Meereen.

"Having said that, the battle one wasn't put together and all the elements weren't in place and the music wasn't there and so forth. But as a really solid, satisfying episode, I actually like (the upcoming) episode five."

In 'The Spoils of War', Daenerys Targaryen rode her fire-breathing dragon into battle.

Now, Game of Thrones seems about to unleash another battle, as the White Walkers prepare their invasion against the Night's Watch.

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