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Down with the direction of GAME OF THRONES Season 2?
HBO’s Game of Thrones is pulling out the big guns (or maybe it should be big blades) by bringing in some big name directors to helm various episodes in Season 2 of the hit series. We’ve been seeing tons of info regarding casting news, so it’s refreshing to see THR talk about some of the names behind the camera, and the small screen is definitely getting some experience in the director’s seat for Season 2 of Game of Thrones.
Alik Sakharov, who worked as a cinematographer on Thrones during Season 1, has stepped up to sit in the director’s chair. In addition to lending his cinematography skills to The Sopranos, Sex and the City, and Rome, he has also previously directed episodes of Brotherhood.
David Petrarca is no stranger to HBO hits, with directing credits that include Boardwalk Empire, True Blood and Hung.
Alan Taylor, who directed the final two episodes of Thrones during Season 1, will be back at the helm for Season 2. He’s also directed Boardwalk Empire and The Playboy Club.
David Nutter, who has the misfortune of being stuck with the saddest name in our line-up, is another HBO alum, with credits that include Entourage and The Pacific.
And last but not least, Neil Marshall, who has big screen cred with The Descent, Doomsday, and Centurion, will be making his small screen directorial debut with Season 2 of Game of Thrones.
They all have proven track records, so the upcoming season of Game of Thrones has the potential to be even more awesome than Season 1.