Are flying monsters going to ruin season 7 of Game Of Thrones for viewers??
That's what star Liam Cunningham is afraid of.
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In an interview on The Works Presents, the actor best known as loyal but cunning knight Ser Davos Seaworth says some of the show's big moments are in danger of being ruined for the world, thanks to "low-lifers" filming with low-fliers.
Drone cameras that is! He explained:
"In Spain, we were being live-streamed while we were filming, from drones. Everything we've done has been infiltrated, which is terrible."
Wow! We had no idea! What URL was that again..?
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Seriously though, as much as we DO want to know what happens, we'd much rather be surprised. And the Onion Knight agrees:
"I've seen these cynical critics go, ‘Oh my God, did you see that last week?' and suddenly the inner child comes out in them because they've been outwitted, and they love it. It's what we pay for. I like it as well, when I am reading the scripts I go, ‘Oh you've gotta be shitting me,' and I love that."
We do too. If only the show had some kind of airborne defense system that could create adverse temperature conditions for a camera… LOLz!
For everyone trying to film, did you learn nothing from Prince Oberyn? Patience!
Just wait until July 16 like everyone else.
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