” One of the trickiest things about ‘Game of Thrones’ is just seeding those first couple of episodes with that basic information that people need to know, both about the world and the ground rules of the world, and the relationships between the characters, as far as who means what to whom and why. “


” I think the main reason is that people binge watch because they can. We’re like dogs, really. If we like something, we tend to gorge ourselves on it until there’s no more left. And as bingeing becomes possible and commonplace, it’s only natural that shows should start to take it into account. “


” If a superhero knocks over a building, and there are 5,000 people in the building that we can presume are now dead, does it matter? Because they’re not people we know. But if one dog we like gets run over by a car, it’s the worst thing we’ve ever seen. I totally understand where that visceral reaction comes from. I have that same reaction. “


” We ended up realizing that’s not an economical way to create creatures, putting people in green leotards and figuring it out later. You can maybe do that if you’re making ‘Avatar,’ but we need to know what the creatures look like before we turn on the camera. “


” We’ve learned a lot about how information needs to flow effectively amongst a group of people. They need to be fed information, and it needs to be on this constant conveyor belt. “


” A lot of people go in and have to create their own characters, and they do fine with it. “



All 6 D. B. Weiss Quotes about People in picture


One of the trickiest things about
I think the main reason is that people binge watch because they can. We


If a superhero knocks over a building, and there are 5,000 people in the building that we can presume are now dead, does it matter? Because they
We ended up realizing that
We
A lot of people go in and have to create their own characters, and they do fine with it.
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