HBO announces Game of Thrones will shoot multiple endings

The thrilling Season 7 finale was the Game Of Thrones’ most-watched episode ever.And HBO are making sure viewers remain on the edge of their seats for the final installment to ensure ‘nobody really knows what happens’.The Morning Call reported that HBO’s president of programming Casey Bloys, 45, spoke to college students in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and told them that Game of Thrones producers are ‘going to shoot multiple versions [of the show’s ending]’.Talking to Monrovian College students, Bloys told them that in showbusiness, there are no secrets.He explained: ‘Because when you’re shooting something, people know. So they’re going to shoot multiple endings so that there’s no real definitive answer until the end.Filming for the TV show has now overtaken the plot in George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novels, on which Game Of Thrones is based.Viewership of the show has steadily increased ever since its first season culminating in the Season 7 finale, which became the show’s most-watched episode.One key scene, fans were shocked to see Daenarys Targaryen and Jon Snow – portrayed by Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington – engage in incestuous sex.The pair, whose romantic relationship had been built up throughout the penultimate season, finally gave into their passion as they sailed north from Dragonstone as they prepare to face off against the dreaded White Walker threat.Jon sneaked to her quarters and hopefully chapped the door as they were bobbing along, and his queen was only too quick to invite him inside – and not to talk battlefield tactics.Fans were treated to a lingering view of hunk Kit Harington’s buns of steel as the star, whose father is Sir David Richard Harington, 15th Baronet, portrayed a lovemaking session on the high seas.In a rather creepy turn, Daenerys’ trusted adviser Tyrion Lannister was shown lingering outside in the shadows and waiting outside as they enjoyed their passionate liaison.The fantasy epic’s tactic of hiding the final reveal among multiple false endings is not a new strategy for TV networks.Going all the way back to 1980, Dallas producers shot multiple resolutions to their landmark Who Shot J.R? episode.More recently, the diversionary tactic has been used for shows like The Sopranos, Breaking Bad and even The Simpsons in order to hide certain plot outcomes and which characters will or won’t die.But for the cast of the high-rating cable series, it seems like spoilers concerns are the farthest thing from their minds.Fan favorites Emilia Clarke (who plays dragon queen Daenerys Targaryen) and Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark) have taken to Instagram in recent days to post snaps from their shooting hiatus.Turner was photographed at Knik Glacier in Alaska, a helicopter in the background. The pic is simply captioned: ‘Chillin”.Meanwhile, Clarke was on set for a promo shoot as the new face of Dolce & Gabbana’s fragrance The One.She made a nod to the show that made her a household name with the caption: ‘the very fabulous folks at @dgbeauty decided to take me off a dragon and into their family’.
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