The Battle of Winterfell in the third episode of the last season of the Game of Thrones was announced as the longest and most spectacular in the history of the series (and cinematic history). The shootings lasted 11 weeks, they performed at night, on a terrible frost, and involved most of the characters still alive in the show. However, the epic episode three is to be overcome in the grandeur and impact of the penultimate series, Episode Five.
Invited on Tuesday at Jimmy Kimmel Live !, Emilia Clarke, Daenerys Targaryen’s performer, said: “Episode Five is even more far-reaching. Episode five is … wow. The best are the four, five and six episodes; are all unbelievable!”
Clarke also said that the fifth episode, which will be featured on May 12, “will be the most grandiose ever seen on TV.” HBO released yesterday a series of images from the fourth episode, May 5.