‘Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Updates: Winter Comes To Filming Set; 'Winds Of Winter' To Be Released After Season Premiere?
Fans are excited to see the new season of “Game of Thrones” and though the cast, Maisie Williams in particular, has pleaded to stop ruining the show by giving out leaks, spoilers are still pouring in. Recent spoilers included a confirmed alliance of characters against the White Walkers and even the return of the dire wolves, Nymeria and Ghost. The newest one reveals that one of the filming sets for “Game of Thrones” Season 7 has been very cold while the book, “Winds of Winter” may be released just after the new season.
It has just been reported that the production set for “Game of Thrones” Season 7 has been filming under extreme weather conditions. In fact, they have pinned for a grim, gray weather so they can shoot despite the sunny places they are in. The filming set in Iceland, which included cast Kit Harington, Liam Cunningham, Kristofer Huvju, and Joe Dempsie, has been shooting scenes in a freezing weather with high winds that caused words to be inaudible unless people shouted.
The source revealed that the cast had to be prepared for their respective roles in the hotels and when they got to the cold set, they had to shoot immediately. The area for the film set sounds tough as well since it has been reported that equipment had to be carried to the destination by hand. Nevertheless, fans can expect that winter is indeed coming in “Game of Thrones” Season 7 with those harsh filming conditions and they can look forward to the return of Gendry, as well.
Meanwhile, George R.R. Martin has yet to finish “Winds of Winter”, a novel part of the “A Song of Ice and Fire” collection that fans have been waiting for years. Martin has assured fans that he is prioritizing the book and is even aiming to finish it within this year. There are reports that the novel might even be released on his birthday, which is in September, but it has already been made certain that it will be released after “Game of Thrones” Season 7 has been aired.
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