Blood, gut, nudity, incest, torment… A couple of years prior individuals would state this is some kind of wiped out porn, however today, it’s simply HBO. Obviously, I’m discussing the progressive plot-winding, terrible, murdering your-top choice character arrangement – The Game of Thrones.
However, I’m not here to disclose to you what you definitely think about the show, rather we should investigate the scenes of G.R.R. Martin’s infant and take in some new captivating truths about it!
Fact No 1
Did you realize that 1 episode costs HBO on average $6 million to make? That is mostly on the grounds that it’s recorded on three continents and in six nations. BTW, obviously, the creation of ‘Game of Thrones’ has brought Northern Ireland more than $100 million to their economy.
Fact No 2
How did Benioff and Weiss persuade G.R.R. Martin to give them a chance to adapt the books? Simple, by answering just a question, who Jon Snow’s mom truly is. Also, at this point you most likely know the response to that as well. In the event that you don’t, I’m not going to ruin it either.
Fact No 3
G.R.R. Martin has already revealed the ending of the book series to both D.B. Weiss and David Benioff in case he won’t be able to finish the books.
Fact No 4
More than 150 babies were named “Khaleesi” in 2012 alone. And “Arya” is the fastest-growing baby name in the US.
Fact No 5
Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), adopted the dog (named Zunni) that played her direwolf Lady in the show. And she’s also great friends with Maisie Williams, who plays Arya.
Fact No 6
A lot of the actors refused to read the books because they were afraid that spoiling their future would influence their acting.
Fact No 7
After his first episode Jack Gleeson, who played Joffrey, received a letter from George Martin himself that read, “Congratulations, everyone hates you!” But now we have Ramsay. Well, HAD. So who’s next?
Fact No 8
Did you know there’s a real-life equivalent to Valyrian steel? It’s a real-life alloy known as Damascus steel, developed in India and the Middle East, known for its strong, extremely sharp qualities, and for its cool rippled texture just like Valyrian steel.
Fact No 9
The Iron Throne you see in the show is way smaller than it should be. It is described as: “Ugly. Asymmetric. It’s a throne made by blacksmiths hammering together half-melted, broken, twisted swords, wrenched from the hands of dead men or yielded up by defeated foes. And there are thousands of swords in it, not just a few.”
Fact No 10
Remember when Jon Snow and Ygritte were exploring the caves and we got a glimpse of dat ass? Well, sadly, what you saw was a crew member’s butt, who stepped in after a broken ankle left Harington unable to film. He was also picked for his similar height and hair colour to Harington.