Several Game of Thrones Season 8 theories and speculations have been making rounds on the internet. It's likely that there will be a lot of spine-chilling scenes that the directors will bring viewers during the eighth and final season of HBO’s fantasy epic series. Unfortunately, for some major characters, they will have to meet their end soon, according to what Kit Harington previously stated. Recently, one of the show’s actors revealed each episode is going to be “monumental.” [VIDEO]

Big moments are coming

John Bradley West, who plays Samwell Tarly on “Game of Thrones,” recently talked to the Huff Post, providing more information about the upcoming season.

It has just been announced that each episode would cost a whopping $15 million.That being said, they need veteran directors to helm the episodes in the likes of Miguel Sapochnik and David Nutter [VIDEO]. Both directors have worked on some of the biggest episodes of the show, including the “Battle of the Bastards,” which won both the Outstanding Directing and Outstanding Writing Awards.

The veteran directors

"Miguel and David have done some of the standout episodes of previous seasons," Bradley West said. "Clearly every single episode of the six you’ve got left in Season 8 is gonna be monumental and needs somebody at the helm who’s done that kind of high-stakes, high-octane direction before for us.” The actor went on to say that “Game of Thrones” has this "Episode 9-folklore," where a stunning chain of progressions happens.

He believes that there will be six straight Episode 9s on the final installment.

Did Sam really take credit on Gilly’s discovery?

The HuffPost also asked West’s opinion about that scene in the “Game of Thrones” Season 7 finale, when he told Bran Stark (Isaac Hempstead-Wright) about Jon Snow’s true parentage. Fans were actually upset about how he took credit for his girlfriend’s massive discovery about Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark. The actor explained that Sam was being oblivious that he did take credit for the information. He said that his character is highly intelligent and does a great job in processing information and stores it when it’s necessary.

West went on to defend his character and said that Jorah Mormont (Iain Glen) did the same thing on “Game of Thrones.” Sam bravely cured Jorah’s terminal disease called greyscale in Citadel. However, he never told Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) and Jon Snow that Samwell Tarly was the one who helped him. For West, everything in between seems equal.