Fans of the popular HBO series Game Of Thrones have compared the characters of the show with Shrek.
twitter user @ohmytargaryen went to the social media platform on Saturday 20 April to compare different scenes and characters from the TV program, the last episode ever to be broadcast on Sunday 19 May with the Shrek film series.
The user shared several images of the two productions in addition to a caption that reads: & # 39; So in fact Game of Thrones is a live action by Shrek, & # 39; because the similarities in costume design, character image and even cinematography were emphasized.
Realization: Twitter user @ohmytargaryen adopted the social media platform on Saturday 20 April to point out different similarities between the two productions
Yikes! The user compared a picture of Prince Charming (L) by Shrek and Jamie Lannister (R) by Game Of Thrones, indicating how similar they look
Similar! They also compared Shrek's Lord Farquaad (R) and Princess Fiona (L) with a photo of the characters of Game of Thrones Tyrion Lannister and Sansa Stark
Woah: The images show the characters with the same facial expressions, clothing and general appearances
They compared an image of Shrek's Lord Farquaad and Princess Fiona with a photo of the characters of Game of Thrones's Tyrion Lannister and Sansa Stark.
The images show the characters with the same facial expressions, clothing and general appearances.
Lord Farquaad and Tyrion, both dwarfs, are sports outfits that both have exaggerated sleeves, while Princess Fiona and Sansa both wear light-colored dresses. In the same way, the two female characters both have the same hair colors and skin tones.
The Eagle-eyed Twitter user then compared Jamie Lannister, from Game Of Thrones and Prince Charming from Shrek.
The two characters were depicted with very similar outfits, both wearing iron armor, while their similar blonde strands were styled in a middle part and fell along the sides of their faces.
A photo of the characters Cersei and Jamie Lannister from the drama series was then compared to Shrek's Fairy Godmother and Prince Charming.
The Fairy Godmother can be seen as a braided up-do accessorized with a flashy headpiece, while Cersei is also seen by wearing her hair styled in braids and wearing an accessory with jewelry and hair.
Meanwhile, Prince Charming wears a shirt with a high collar and has his hair styled in loose waves and a middle part, while Game Of Thrones & Jamie has a very similar look.
Crazy: a photo of the characters Cersei and Jamie Lannister (above) from the drama series was compared with Shrek & # 39; s Fairy Godmother and Prince Charming (below)
Copy: the Twitter user and the Game Of Thrones fan have also shared a photo of Sandor Clegane (L) and compared it to Shrek (R), because both characters seem to wear almost identical outfits
Replica: They compared Drogon (L), a dragon of Game Of Thrones with Dragon (R), of Shrek
They then shared an image of Game Of Thrones character Sandor Clegane and compared it to Shrek, a cartoon farmer.
The couple was depicted with almost identical outfits, which consisted of a light cream-colored shirt with a brown vest over it.
In a subsequent tweet, the user then shared an image of the dragon of Shrek and compared it with the dragon of Game of Thrones, Drogon.
Since the tweet was shared on Saturday, April 20, it has collected more than 140,000 likes and nearly 50,000 retweets from fans of the show.
Similarly, it has collected hundreds of responses, many of which see fellow fans of the drama comparing the show with Shrek.
A user shared an image of the Game Of Thrones character Podrick Payne and compared it with an image of Shrek after transforming from an ogre into a & # 39; human & # 39 ;.
The photos showed both characters with similar facial expressions, hairstyles and clothes.
Participate in: Another user participated in the conversation and noted the similarities between Podring (L) of Game Of Thrones and the & # 39; human & # 39; version of Shrek (R)
Similarities: Another Twitter user has shared an image showing the similarity between Arya Stark (R), a character in Game Of Thrones and Shrek's Puss in Boots in certain scenes
Wow! Another user has previously shared a photo comparing Shrek & # 39; s Lord Farquaad (L) with Tyrion Lannister (R), in which he stated that she was observing & # 39; many months ago & # 39; had made
In the meantime, another user has shared an image showing the similarity between Arya Stark, a character in Game Of Thrones and Shrek's Puss in Boots in a certain scene. The two images show both characters with a sword in the direction of the camera.
Despite the realization that the two productions have the same elements, it is not the only time that fans of the show have noticed the similarities between them.
On Tuesday, March 21, a Twitter user said: & # 39; Game of Thrones is just about a shot for a shot remake of Shrek 1-4. & # 39;
Meanwhile, another user said on Sunday, May 12, "Okay, so I'm in Cancun, so I don't have an HBO to see #GameOfThrones … so instead I'm looking at Shrek 2, which is actually the same. & # 39 ;
On Sunday, May 19, another user wrote: & # 39; Game of Thrones took eight seasons to do what Shrek 2 did in a single movie. & # 39;
Back in 2017, one twitter user pointed to a certain scene in the show that was almost identical to that in the first Shrek movie.
Striking: it is not the first time that people have compared the HBO hit series with Shrek, because it is rather a & # 39; shot for shot remake & # 39; of the cartoon film series
The Game of Thrones scene came from episode five of season seven, when Kit Harrington & Jon Snow Drogon, one of the Daenerys Targaryen's dragons, first met up close.
The meeting was compared to a scene from Shrek where Donkey, voiced by Eddie Murphy, meets his future wife, Dragon.
In both scenes, the dragons first seem to want to kill and eat their new acquaintances, but they warm up slowly and eventually end up against their faces.
When viewed side by side, the scenes look astonishingly similar, with Jon Snow's expression perfectly on Donkey's and the two dragons respond exactly the same way – they first look very scary and then become loving.
Everything from the positioning of the cameras to the movement of the actors and characters is virtually identical in each scene, with both ending in the same lingering face-to-face encounter between Dragon / Drogon and Donkey / Snow.
Game Of Thrones ran for eight seasons, with the first episode ever broadcast on April 17, 2011 and the last episode broadcast on Sunday, May 19.
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