‘Game of Thrones’ director compares set secrecy to ‘the Gestapo’

‘Game of Thrones’ director compares set secrecy to ‘the Gestapo’

- in Entertainment
@Ajay Rana

The secrets of the kingdom must always be protected, so Game 8 of Game of Thrones filmed fake scenes to deceive the spies and detectives who are behind the secrets of the final season.

Director David Nutter confirmed to the Huffington Post that, in fact, he had filmed scenes that he knew were false.

Actress Sophie Turner mentioned those measures in October, along with “unmanned aircraft killers”, fake script titles and more.

“Sometimes there were paparazzi in amazing places, in construction cranes and in all kinds of crazy places, to try to get a point of view of things,” Nutter told HuffPo.

“They were everywhere, everywhere, trying to get into what was happening, but it was definitely a situation where there was no role on the set,” he continued. “[The production team] wanted to make sure no one knew what was happening, and they got to the ninth grade, as they do in the overall program, basically, they take it to the point where it’s like the Gestapo. answers “.

Although these lengths sound extreme, Nutter seems certain that it will be worth it in the end.

“All I know is that David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] spent a lot of time telling the story appropriately, and the audience will be completely satisfied,” he said. “It’s up to the whole building he’s coming to, I promise.”

Game of thrones returns in spring.

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