“Won’t do Games Of Thrones Mistakes” Witcher Author assured Netflix!!
Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski has promised fans that his adaptation of Netflix’s The Witcher
series will be very different from HBO’s Game of Thrones. His series of fictional novels and short stories after Geralt’s The Witcher of Rivia, Geroge R.R. Compared to Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire is endless since Netflix announced that they were adopting Saplowski’s work. A song of snow and fire was adapted in the HBO Game of Thrones a decade before the end of this year. That ending disappointed many fans, which probably gave Netflix the perfect opportunity to launch their new fantasy series.
Many fans criticised Game of Thrones when they moved from Martin’s novels;
The Witcher is possibly a more popular series than Game of Thrones in its first season. While Game of Thrones had a budget of $ 6 million per episode in its premiere season, The Witcher had a budget of $ 12 million or more per episode. The Witcher already has a great source, as well as a complete collection of the source material. As the popularity and budget of the program increased, listeners began to prefer the cinematic style, the great battles, the CGI and the celebrity cameos over the plot.
“I believe that my job as a creative consultant for this series is to make sure that at NO point in the show [will] Ed Sheeran sing. And that I will make sure it doesn’t happen. I will make sure.”
Sapkowski’s comment refers to a cameo by Ed Sheeran as a Lannister soldier singer in the seventh season of Game of Thrones. At this point in the series, the cameos of musicians were commonplace in the program; The Sigur Row band performed at Joffre’s wedding in season four, “Hardhome” of Mastodon’s fifth season, and Coldplay drummer Will Champion played at the Red Wedding.
Sapkowski’s comments point out the errors of Game of Thrones while keeping his tongue on his cheek. Promising classifications to end tricks like celebrity cameos, many fans wondered when credits would accumulate in Game of Thrones: David Benioff and Dan Weiss both in the development of the narrative in subsequent seasons There is no time spent They should have done it. Fortunately, with an already excellent Netflix rating and proven source material, The Witcher continues to tell a story as faithful as possible.
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