Game of Thrones Director: Series Was Seen as ‘A Great Experiment’

Game of Thrones Director: Series Was Seen as ‘A Great Experiment’
Last month marked the 10th anniversary of the Game of Thrones series premiere: a show that changed the face of television as profoundly as The Sopranos, The Wire, Mad Men, Sex and the City, or any other series that advanced the notion of what kind of entertainment television could deliver.

While any series of its scope and stature is the offspring of literally hundreds of creators–from showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss to the indelible cast–one person who left his own mark on Game of Thrones is director Neil Marshall, who helmed two of the show’s most unforgettable, epic episodes: the second season’s “Blackwater” and the fourth season’s “The Watchers on the Wall.”

“I came to it almost entirely because of Centurion,” recalls Marshall now, saying that his low-budget historical thriller about an early 2nd century battle between a Roman legion and the guerilla-like Picts
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