There are still more episodes to air for the seventh season of Game of Thrones and Alan Taylor came back to help the showrunners direct one. But fans might not have totally agreed with what happened in the “Beyond the Wall” episode.

When “Game of Thrones” was barely a phenomenon back in 2011, director of “Thor: The Dark World”, Alan Taylor, was a part of it until the second season’s finale. The director was in awe when he started working on the set since there has been a great improvement in the show after he left to direct big films. He admitted how funny it was for him to read online reviews about the ravens and how he is not that sure of how much distance there is between East Watch and Dragonstone.

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The Ravens are not the only things he also acknowledged, but since we are now in “Game of Thrones” Season 7, growing dragons will also be included which was not a big deal back in season 2. He said, “I had plenty of anxiety about the dragons, mostly about the layers of shooting you have to do to build the dragon moments. But the bigger concern was, is this going to feel emotional? Are people going to care when a visual effect dies?”.

Turns out, the other directors have considered the dragons to be such a complex task to bring to life but since HBO is placing larger investments in the show, perhaps he will be able to pull it off the way he and the others did before.

New director has many concerns in GOT 8

Additionally, there were more neutral moments that focus on the conversation between the characters and Taylor is concerned about it. Still, the director tried to make sure that the audience will still keep their interest on the episode while the scene happens, especially on the actors he once knew as kids.

But for the future of Jon and Dany, Taylor confirmed that it is bound to happen sooner or later. While they are now known to be related, the incest thing does not seem to be a problem because according to him, if it worked for Cersei and Jamie, perhaps it also will for the Mother of Dragons and the King of the North.

Some fans have been quite unimpressed with the recent “Game of Thrones” Season 7 events due to some gaps in the episode’s timeline and Alan Taylor has indeed felt it. Fans are left with a lot of questions after the season finale aired.

"Game of Thrones" Season 8 stars Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke and more. The release date is yet to be revealed by the producers.