Game of Thrones Season 7 is going back to King's Landing and we spot the cast and production getting ready for filming.
If you've seen HBO's latest promo asking "What's Coming to HBO in 2017," then you'll know Game of Thrones Season 7 is on its way! Inquisitr previously reported that previously unreleased footage from Game of Thrones Season 7 has made its way to YouTube and you'll be pleased to see Jon Snow, Sansa Stark, and their younger sister Arya all alive and well. If you haven't seen the the newest Game of Thrones Season 7 promotional video, watch its entirety below. Don't forget to pay attention at the 1:02 minute mark so as not to miss the previously unreleased footage.Game of Thrones Season 7 is arriving Summer of 2017, so we're still a way from the completion of filming. In fact, new photos of the cast and the production of Game of Thrones' Season 7 has just made its way onto social media. When you film something as famous and as huge as Game of Thrones, you gotta expect fans to spy and stalk you in whatever hidden part of the world you decide to film.
International Business Times reports this week that the Game of Thrones production team has indeed been invading Cáceres in Spain. Game of Thrones production is uprooting streetlamps from Plaza de Santa Maria in Cáceres and is all set to film scenes in King's Landing for Season 7.
All the streetlights removed from Plaza de Santa Maria and the statue of San Pedro perfectly hidden...all ready for #GoT filming at Cáceres pic.twitter.com/XvKiYrLgbvGame of Thrones filming is also not constrained to Plaza de Santa Maria. Another Spanish fan has spotted House of Lannister flags strewn at Plaza de las Veletas, which is also in Cáceres. A beautiful Westerosi marketplace is also set up. Looks like things will be stirring in King's Landing in Season 7 of Game of Thrones.
— Heisenberg (@javiborrega) December 10, 2016
Lannisters confirmed at Plaza de las Veletas in Cáceres...@Los7Reinos @WatchersOTWall #GoT pic.twitter.com/sYOnNiLSYmAnd it's not only the Lannisers that have been spotted in Plaza de las Veletas. Looks like Davos Seaworth will be doing some scenes in King's Landing as well. If you follow the finger of this eagle-eyed fan in the photo below, you will see the words "Davos skiff" written in a bench hidden behind the props.But it's not only the Game of Thrones production team that has been spotted in Cáceres for Season 7 filming. A rather important Game of Thrones character has been hiding and could be filming in the Old Town.
— Heisenberg (@javiborrega) December 9, 2016
Emilia Clarke, actress portraying Daenerys Targaryen, just recently shared a video of herself on ice via her Instagram account.And although Emilia has kept her location secret, Game of Thrones fan @yeahclarke noticed an important detail that puts Clarke in Cáceres. Did you think you can hide the Mother of Dragons from us, Game of Thrones?
Ha, told you she was in spain - cáceres! pic.twitter.com/DN7YwrXWMWLooks like Emilia is indeed filming in Cáceres, specifically in Los Barruecos, a natural landscape declared a natural monument in Cáceres. The Game of Thrones team in-charge of the CG manipulation of the Daenerys' dragons has, in fact, been spotted in Los Barruecos, too. Looks like they're preparing some major dragon action for Daenerys in Seasons 7 of Game of Thrones, specifically to film the last few days of the major Malpartida action sequence, Watchers on the Wall reports. And since a lot of action is taking place in Cáceres a.k.a. King's Landing, Game of Thrones fans are expecting Liam Cunningham (actor playing Davos), Joe Dempsie (Gendry), Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister), Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister), and Jerome Flynn (Bronn) to surface in the next days for Game of Thrones Season 7 filming.
— dragon's daughter (@yeahclarke) December 9, 2016
Season 7 will be pretty huge, even bigger than its already exceptional and explosive previous seasons, as we are nearing Game of Thrones' last seasons. But whatever Game of Thrones' Season 7 has in store for us, we'll find out more next year.
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