That’s not until five years from now right? I thought that was how long they were going to wait until starting the Star Wars machine back up.
Idk, those dudes seem the type of guys who got lucky they were able to adapt awesome source material. Once that ran out the stuff that came from them was pretty mediocre.
Hopefully they’re still not doing that dumb Confederate tv show they were talking about a while back.
I'll do it. It'll be a two-hour movie about a retired bounty hunter and single mother on Coruscant trying to raise two children with a terrible job while trying desperately to keep herself from falling into old habits or taking new contracts so she doesn't put her family in danger.
The penultimate episode of “Game of Thrones,” titled “The Bells,” has posted the highest ratings in series history.
The episode was watched by 12.48 million viewers during its initial broadcast, which handily trumps the previous record of 12.07 million, held by the season 7 finale. Given the colossal numbers put up by “The Bells,” an episode which divided opinion among fans and critics, one would expect that the series finale of the HBO behemoth will steal the viewership crown.
GoT is bigger than ever. There's no reason for Disney's accountants to be remotely worried.
I know people find it hard to accept, but while critic reaction for GoT has been going down steadily since season 7, viewership and actual interest in the series is rising higher and higher even at the end.