'Game of Thrones' showrunners answer burning season 5 questions

March 17, 2015 10:26 PM

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Now that you’re done shooting, what strikes you as the most unique thing about the new season?David Benioff: Worlds are colliding. For so long, we’ve been in separate continents, and finally this season we’re starting to see some crossover. Tyrion and Arya—at end of season 4, we saw two major characters bound for Essos. That changes everything for us. It’s exciting to see our familiar characters in unfamiliar locales and interact with each other, and hopefully we’ll see more of this as the story progresses.

Dan Weiss: It’s almost like Boggle—or is it Yahtzee?—where you shake up the dice and reshuffle. One of the pleasures of the show is being able to breathe [in] new energy and life, not just by doing things bigger and more elaborate—which we are going to be doing—but by playing people against each oth...

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