In the April edition of the magazine, executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss talk with Vanity Fair about the future of Game of Thrones, how many seasons they think the show will run and their collaboration with author George R.R. Martin.
In the new article, Weiss confirms that the show will likely last seven or eight seasons, as many have estimated. Neither Weiss, nor his writing partner Benioff have any desire to stretch the series out unnecessarily long. Benioff comments, “If you look at the shows that we love, it’s so rare for a series to go beyond that length and maintain..[…]
We’re kicking off Game of Thrones season 4 with one doozy of an awesomesaucey interview: the one and only Kristian Nairn. Now before you even rush to claim the first “Hodor” in the comments section (who am I kidding, there are probably already five), full disclosure: Kristian and I are pretty good friends. We met at the first TitanCon in Belfast back in 2012, and hit it off well. We met again, multiple times, each year after, so I know him pretty well, and even hooked my friends at TVEquals up with an interview at WorldCon. Of all the cast, I probably know him best, with Amrita Acharia coming in a close second. (They’re both friends as well.) Don’t let the warm eyes fool you, this is one wickedly funny dude. If I had to describe him in two words it would be “Irish wry,” because he never seems to miss a chance to offer any humorous offhanded remark about anything he finds funny—some of which are pretty ribald—and half of which you’re not sure if he’s quite […]
WiC's FaB sits down with Kristian Nairn. Don't miss this interview!