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Check Out Daenerys’ Hot New Dress In The Latest Game Of Thrones Making Of Feature


New Game of Thrones production designer, Deborah Riley, knows she has some big shoes to fill taking over for Gemma Jackson, but she sounds like she loves her job so that’s half the battle. A few interesting things in this latest video for eagle-eyed fans (especially at 1:27 if you care to spoil a potential big moment this season) but besides that, OMG that dress! Gimmie!

(via Making of Game of Thrones)

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  • Joanne Paul

    I do wish she’d quit saying ‘these men, these men’ – quite sure there were probably some women involved as well!

  • Robert McCoy

    Does anybody know why they replaced the production designer? The first one did an excellent job and I’m curious why she left.

  • Anonymous

    All I’m getting is a blacked out space.

  • http://www.thenerdybird.com/ Jill Pantozzi

    I was wondering the same thing, not sure.

  • TrippedB

    Yeah but it’s probably a bad or nervous habit. I giggle when I’m nervous and some people think it’s rude yet, I never attend to do it on purpose. I’m sure we all have some speech and word choice habits that some may not like.

  • Anonymous

    HBO, please let me send you money to help pay the salaries of all the craftspeople etc. Sell the season on iTunes. I’ll pay a lot.

  • TrippedB

    Who knows why Gemma left though it seems Deborah is trying her best and has a full understanding of what’s her job and the shoes she needs to fill.

  • Alex Young

    at the 50 second mark – is that mark gattis?! no wig!

  • Anonymous

    Well, she’s in charge of all these teams so I warrant she knows if there are women working in that department. You have to keep in mind that it’s still rare to find women in the prop, construction and art departments. If she says it, you can probably trust her instead of wishing for her to not say it.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry to see Jackson go. Her work has been astounding (and rewarded) but I’m glad to see another woman step in to represent!

  • Anonymous

    She probably burned out. Three seasons in charge of the production design for such a massive show, with all the craziness involved (change of location, around-the-world shoots, simultaneous locations etc) is a lot.

    Even though the show still has a lot to offer in terms of design, with all the new locations, people and sets to appear, I guess she had given all she was prepared to and was eager to move on to new projects.