*Updated with additional photos and minor spoilers* Take a look at the costume details after the cut.
Shooting continues around the Jesuit staircase today, and as has become habit, we have a whole lot of new photos for you. The Seek New Travel blog has provided an update, with the following sneaky photo of Lena Headey in costume during her scene.
Mild spoilers after the cut.
The report from the set is that this was a scene of Cersei walking the stairs, in mourning garb, escorted by a Kingsguard knight. Noblemen line the stairs, while a crowd stands at the base of the stairs controled by Gold Cloaks and Lannister soldiers.
It is pretty amazing how much gets photographed and put online, despite the reportedly strict security. The blog also posted a whole lot of extras in costumes waiting on stand-by off the set, and more photos of the Dubrovnik streets set-decorated in detail.
Of particular interest is this photo, where three extras in orange are being photographed for reference by the crew. The discerning eyes of our readers will recognise the type of outfit as that worn by Magister Illyrio Mopatis of Pentos in season one! A nice surprise, though there has been no indication what role they will play in the overall picture.
Below are the updates as of 11:35 EST (Dame Pasty).
In this photo we a see couple of extras. In the forefront is an older man wearing some type of ceremonial pixane or gorget with a fantastic Lannister lion. There’s a red velvet cape over one shoulder, tooled leather belt and metal clasped tunic. Something about this tunic reminds me of some of the all black ensembles that Twyin used to wear. And the guy behind him, in black with what looks like a velvet cape–not sure if there’s any House details on his outfit.
In this photo we see a woman dressed in an outfit exactly like the ones Lady Olenna wore and behind her several brightly colored extras. There is at least one other older woman in the photo collection wearing a similar style dress with veil around the head and neck (a style made popular in our world by Eleanor of Aquitane in the latter part of the twelfth century).
And speaking of House Tyrell, here is an extra in what looks like the same dress that Margaery has worn in the past.
An interesting shot of the extras taking a break. Note the guy in the front with a tippet (aka a stole in the non-religious context) with the seven pointed star. Again we see a smattering of colors from both House Tyrell and House Lannister among the crowd.
This photo shows what appears to be a family in more somber colors–one would presume for Tywin’s funeral.
And of course, set work is never done. Here the crew seems to be working on a staircase, plastering or painting it to age it or perhaps to hide modern details.
There’s plenty more to see in the full set of photos over at the Seek New Travel blog.