Game of Thrones films finale in Itálica & Lannister boots on the ground (SPOILERS!)

Photograph by @GuiArteSVQ

Photograph by @GuiArteSVQ

On the second day of Game of Thrones filming in Southern Spain, the Itálica set itself remains as tightly shut as yesterday, very much in contrast to the leaky sets in the Basque Country the last few weeks. However, we still bring you spoilers involving Lannister men and the placement of what may be the most vital scene in the season. Also, the last stragglers arrived this evening: Now we have a full cast in Seville!

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Spoiler Report: Directors, an archmaester, and Game of Thrones in Seville

Back in June, just after the end of season 6, four directors were announced for the next season of Game of Thrones: returning directors Alan Taylor, Jeremy Podeswa and Mark Mylod, plus new guy Matt Shakman. What wasn’t included in the official announcement were specific details telling us which episodes the directors would be taking on. This […]

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Season 7 directors announced

Gone are the days of waiting around for some director to let it slip that he was going to be working on Game of Thrones next season. Now they just announce it immediately after the previous season ends through PR man, I mean, Entertainment Weekly reporter James Hibberd. Here then is the director roster for […]

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Kit Harington, Carice van Houten & Jeremy Podeswa on the making of Jon Snow’s resurrection

The resurrection of Jon Snow is the focus of Entertainment Weekly‘s cover story this week, and the magazine is doling out tidbits from the story every day on the website. Here are some of the highlights, focusing on Kit Harington’s luscious locks (#Never4GetHairWatch), Melisandre’s careful cleansing of Jon’s corpse, and Harington’s attempts to say goodbye […]

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Game of Thrones season 6 not affected by fan criticism, says showrunners

Contrary to previous reports, the writing of Game of Thrones season 6 hasn’t been affected in any way by criticism concerning female characters, says a new article from Entertainment Weekly. Last December, GoT director Jeremy Podeswa stated that showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss “were responsive to the discussion and there were a couple of […]

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