The cast and crew of Game of Thrones Season 7 are currently filming in Iceland. Meanwhile, Kit Harington has apparently joined the production team out there to shoot some of his scenes.
This is not the first time Kit Harington has reportedly been to Iceland for filming some scenes of Game of Thrones Season 7. He was there earlier but had left the country after shooting for some time. He is now back to film a crucial scene with other cast members.
Production for Game of Thrones in Full Swing
International Business Times AU Edition reported that the show’s production team is in Iceland for about a fortnight now. The interesting thing to note is that very few things are known about the sets, especially in the past few days.
The reason for this is that the filming is being done in an extremely remote location, WatchersOnTheWall noted. An important scene featuring Harington who plays the part of Jon Snow, has been already filmed there.
It is reported that the scene which Harington is shooting now also features two boats proceeding towards a beach. These boats are said to have an uncanny similarity with those that left a site resembling Dragonstone. Certain leaks from Season 7 have earlier confirmed that Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) meet at the latter’s ancestral house.
Jon Snow has a mission to conquer a Wight and so he left Dragonstone along with some other characters. He wants to show the lords in Westeros that the invasion threat is real. Finally, winter has arrived on the show. Now, that would signify that the attack of the Night’s King is unavoidable.
There is no confirmation on whether the locations that are being referred to in the report are being used as Westeros’ fictitious locations. But, one thing is sure. These places will get featured in Game of Thrones Season 7. However, viewers will have to watch the TV show to be completely sure.
Game of Thrones can be watched on Foxtel in Australia when it is aired.
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