‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: New Cast And Location Details Revealed
With a new set and cast details revealed, fans cannot wait to find out what happens next in “Game Of Thrones” Season 7!Advertisement
Daenerys Targaryen has set sail with a Lannister, 3 dragons, the Dothraki army and a fleet of ships, thanks to her allies, but where will she land first?
More than the question of whether Daenerys would be able to succeed in her mission of conquering the seven kingdoms, the question of which kingdom Daenerys will start with looms large? Will she head straight against Cercei’s despotic rule or Jon Snow’s recently recovered Winter Fell?
‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Spoilers
According to Watchers On The Wall, the “Game Of Thrones” production team is currently hunting for the perfect location to set up a Dragon Pit, which in the books written George R.R. Martin dates back to the time when the place was originally used to house the dragons owned by the Targaryen clan.
Even though the Dragon Pit has been reduced to ruins at the time period around which the present story revolves, it does indicate a major clue as to where Daenerys and her fleet might touchdown first since the Dragon Pit is located atop a hill in King’s Landing!
Does this mean that Cercei is the first among Daenerys’ hit list? It would make more sense since Tyrion might be missing his sister!
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According to TVLine, Jim Broadbent, who previously played Professor Slughorn in the Harry Potter movies will join GOT. However, no further details have been revealed as to what role might be played by him and for how long.
It is almost impossible to speculate at this point since it could be a million different possibilities when it comes to portraying a character on a show like ‘Game Of thrones”, especially since all the frontrunner monarchs have resumed powerful positions on the show and are battle-ready.
It also does not help that one has to wait till next year to find out since shooting in the winter season has become a prerequisite for the creators.
“Now that winter has arrived on ‘Game of Thrones’, executive producers David Benioff and D.B. Weiss felt that the storylines of the next season would be better served by starting production a little later than usual, when the weather is changing,” Casey Bloys, informed TVLine back in July this year.
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