Cinematographer Robert discussed episodes four and five, suggesting that they are surprising and epic pieces of drama.
He explained: "I'm extremely pleased with them. Four is definitely going to impress people and five I especially like too – there are some lovely crowd-pleasing scenes in it.
"[Four] was really hard work – uncommonly hard work. It was the toughest one I've done of the eight episode I've worked on," Robert teased to Radio Times.
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Four is definitely going to impress people and five I especially like too – there are some lovely crowd-pleasing scenes in it
Although he remained tight-lipped on what exactly these "surprising" scenes will be, Robert did drop some hints as to what fans can expect.
Robert revealed that David Nutter was originally scheduled to direct episodes four and five, but was replaced by newcomer Matt Shakman after undergoing back surgery.
David was previously responsible for enormous scenes such as the Red Wedding, Cersei Lannister's (played by Lena Headey) walk of atonement and the burning of Stannis Baratheon's (Stephen Dillane) daughter Shireen (Kerry Ingram).
Could fans be in store for another moment as shocking as the Red Wedding or will it finally be the moment fans have been waiting for: the CleganeBowl?
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This comes as fans are desperately wondering whether Theon Greyjoy (Alfie Allen) will return to save his sister, Yara (Gemma Whelan), after she was captured by evil uncle Euron (Pilou Asbaek).
Gemma told The Hollywood Reporter that maybe Theon "is jumping ship now so he can come back and do some good".
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