HBO has had enough of spoilers. According to a report, the premium cable network's boss Casey Bloys shared that the series finale of Game of Thrones will film not only one ending, but multiple ones to avoid plot details being leaked.
Read Bloys' statement below:
I know in Game of Thrones, the ending, they’re going to shoot multiple versions so that nobody really know what happens.
You have to do that on a long show. Because when you’re shooting something, people know. So they’re going to shoot multiple versions so that there’s no real definitive answer until the end.
HBO declined to comment about the matter.
In other Thrones news, a couple of casting calls for the eight and final run of the series have surfaced online. The casting report revealed that producers of the show are looking to cast two children ages 8-12.
Read the characters' descriptions below:
The first role we’ve learned about is for a Northern Girl. The character will be around age 8, but they are open to seeing actresses older than this, up to age 10. The role is described as being a straight-talking Northern-accented girl, someone remarkable for her dauntlessness and integrity. According to the write-up, she’s been brought up in a family of soldiers and shares their fearlessness. The part is said to be a “very nice stand-out part for a strong-minded young girl with a fighting spirit.”
Game of Thrones is also searching for a Boy aged 8 – 12, with a physically fit and agile look, someone with a good, distinctive face. He’s described as being from a poor background, a boy who has to fight to make his way in the world. The description we saw mentions that they need an actor who can “completely own the scenes that he appears in,” hinting at multiple scenes. No coloring or height was noted, for what it’s worth.
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