Get ready for murder and mayhem as the next season of Game of Thrones is about to open. At its premiere in New York, cast ...
Rose Leslie joins the other cast members of Game of Thrones at New York for the premiere of HBO series Game of Thrones.
Liam Cunningham arrives for the premiere of the fourth season of HBO series Game of Thrones in New York.
Finn Jones at the premiere of Game of Thrones.
Cast member Charles Dance arrives for the premiere.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster arrives for the premiere of the fourth season of HBO series Game of Thrones in New York.
The fifth season of Game of Thrones
will get four new directors.
The new names will pave the way for acclaimed director David Nutter who will be in charge of the last two episodes of the season, reported Ace Showbiz.
Michael Slovis, Mark Mylod, Jeremy Podeswa, and Miguel Sapochnik will each direct two episodes in respective order. Although new to the hit HBO show, these four have had experience in directing other TV shows.
Podeswa in particular has worked for the network's Boardwalk Empire.
Nutter directed the infamous Red Wedding episode in season 3 and will be back next year to helm the ninth and tenth episodes which are crucial to bridge the sixth season already in order.
Meanwhile, notable names like Neil Marshall, who earned an Emmy nomination last week for his work in season 4 episode The Watchers on the Wall, is absent from the upcoming season.
Showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss also skip it. No official premiere date of the fifth season has been released by HBO yet, but the show is expected to be back on air sometime in April 2015.
Part of the new season for Game of Thrones
would shoot in "several natural locations in the Province of Sevilla," HBO noted.