As we wait Game of Thrones to get to the end of this year, we are still fascinated by the beginning, which has never been – one that would give us a radically changed version of the series as we know it.
Details of some versions of the presumed original 2009 pilot's script Game of Thrones have circulated over the Internet for the best part of a decade at this stage. This version, apparently, was not as close as our beloved, diplomatically, as we show. But now some interesting new details have emerged.
Huffington Post has recently revealed that a copy of the legendary "catastrophe" pilot production scenario has been in the picture for years – or, in particular, in the Cushing Memorial Library in Texas where George R. Martin has long been a patron and served and as his official repository of archived materials.
The scenario found in the Cushing Memorial Library has several major differences from the script that was seen online – and given Martin's submission to his archive, he is probably from a pilot development stage that is a lot closer to what was actually shot (and then eventually shook so hard that 90% of it was we shot for what we finally saw and fell in love with.
There are more moments in the novels, such as an extended sequence of feast where John Snow is too experienced for his own good, while Ned and Jamie are trading bombs on the latter's execution of the Mad King – on the other hand, you better know Starkey like us in the final version of the pilot. There is one more point, for example, when Cersei sneaks up to Stark's family at night to roar the pen that Robert puts before the statue of Lyanna Stark, which would undermine the moment Sansa discovered this item years later, when she finally finds out. He returned to Winterfeld.
Perhaps the most intriguing (and controversial) of all, two major changes happen in the scenes of sex between Daenerys and Khal Drogo, and Cersei and Jamie, the pilot. In the released version of the episode, Daenerys and Drogo's first night as a couple married Dany's rape by her new husband, while Cersei's and Jamie's attempts at the tower are consensual until Cersei realizes that the couple is being watched by Bran Stark (winning him out of the window). In the Texas A & M script, however, consent is turned over: Drugo asks Danny for consent and only has sex with her after she suggests it.
Meanwhile, Jamie and Sersei's sex scene is depicted more harshly and forcefully – Jamie pulls Cersei's hair and forces her to withdraw as she asks him to stop several times before she notices that in the end he " repels "as the scene continues, Which, mistakenly … changes a much about the way the dynamics of Jamie and Cersei were eventually portrayed in the final show in an incredible way!
Definitely there are some dubious moments revealed in this version of the script, but beyond them there is nothing quite clear Hafkington's postThe analysis (to read a few more changes), which necessarily implies the absolute catastrophe that the pilot had to do for his eventual reworking.
Much of it is related to more fundamental issues related to not spending enough time with the characters I do you need to know – and in the case of characters such as Catellar Stark, played by Jennifer Ele, before it is reworked in the re-shoot with Michelle Fairley, which is given much more sympathetic personalities according to their journey in the books – in favor of the esoteric communication from the wider Vasteros world, which does not add to the plot.
But we do not really get a full idea of what the screenplay is, or how it's actually translated on the screen, so who knows – maybe reading a bit better than it was eventually presented, something that I probably will never actually testify , as Benioff and Weiss are deeply disgusted with the original pilot. So far this is probably the best picture of what we could get.