You may be waiting with rapt anticipation for the first full trailer for Game of Thrones Season 8, but the show's co-creators don't particularly want you to see one.
Before you panic and start burning wildfire all over the place, chill. Audiences will still get a glimpse at the fantasy-epic's final bow before it hits HBO on Sunday, April 14.
That said, if it were strictly up to executive producers D.B. Weiss and David Benioff, we all might just have to wait to see what's ahead for the six-episode season until it actually airs.
不过虽然这么说，但如果整件事完全由总制作人D.B. Weiss和David Benioff来决定的话，我们还真的有可能要等到正式播出才能知道这季的6集到底讲什么。
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Benioff cited Twin Peaks' David Lynch to say that "he wished there were no trailers" at all, with which the duo agreed. "It's true, you could just go into a movie and see something completely fresh," said Benioff. Weiss then chimed in with, "I wish there were no trailers. I just want somebody to say, 'Trust me, go see this.'"
It's too late for any of that at this point, of course. So far, there have already been three small teasers for the coming season, and two of them seem to drop some major hints about what to expect from the long-awaited arrival of winter this spring.
The first teaser showed a collision of fire and ice, with the house sigil animals (a wolf, a dragon and a lion) all standing guard as the contrasting elements flowed in. That was all nice and metaphorical, but it was the second teaser that really got jaws to the floor.
In an ad that debuted during the Golden Globes, Sansa Stark is shown handing the keys of Winterfell over to "Your Grace" Daenerys Targaryen, and since no one actually expects the Lady of Winterfell to take the news of Jon Snow's knee-bending so well, we have to wonder if this is foretelling a surprise truce ... or some sneaky Stark subterfuge — Sansa did learn from Littlefinger, after all.
He is driving a car towing a trailer with a boat on it.
He is poor and living in a trailer park.