The final season of HBO's Game of Thrones is behind us, and whether you or , it's still hard to imagine that the series could've been even more action-packed.
"There were many things that happened that people would've been so happy to happen -- attacks of direwolves and crazy stuff," Sapochnik said. "At a certain point you're, like, '50 direwolves attacking an undead dragon does not a good movie make.' This was stuff we did not shoot; it's part of the process."
Clearly, Sapochnik underestimated what Game of Thrones fans would be excited to see. A pack of direwolves attacking an undead dragon sounds like the coolest thing ever.
But don't blame Sapochnik for the cut scene of direwolves versus dragons. Game of Thrones showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss ultimately had the final say of what did or didn't make it into the final season.
"They were completely ruthless when it came to that thing of 'no we want this, no we want this,' and at the same time, at some point there were moments of realization of 'we physically can't do some of these things, and some things we can,'" Sapochnik added.