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‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7: Crew Spotted in Iceland; Emilia Clarke Back To Filming

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'Game of Thrones' Season 7: Crew Spotted in Iceland; Emilia Clarke Back To Filming

After filming for Game of Thrones Season 7 was paused to give way for the holiday season, the crew members of the show are spotted in Iceland to resume production.

Photos posted on social media by the crew of the HBO series’ costume department shows that they have arrived in the Nordic island nation. Their snaps only showed that winter, indeed, is here.

Icy Shots in Iceland

Game of Thones: Winter is Coming GIF

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Ciaran Curry can be seen posing the icy backdrop of Iceland which he posted on Instagram. Curry was honored by Emmys for his marvelous costume work on the previous season’s finale The Winds of Winter.

Meanwhile, another crew from the costume department, Slyvia Lovetank also posted a photo on the social media platform with the caption, “I am Icelandic but our country never fails to amaze.” Lovetank has been in Game of Thrones’ costume unit since Season 3.

It is worth noting that both Lovetank and Curry have recently turned their Instagram profiles private.

So far, no cast had been spotted yet. But if there are costume people, then people who would have to wear the costume should be present in one way or another, right?

Iceland had been a location for scenes that took place outside of the Wall with its snowbound landscape. That leads to speculations that the location will be shoot for the same reason.

Emilia Clarke Back to Filming Game of Thrones Season 7

Game of Thrones: Daenerys Targaryen GIF

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Meanwhile, Emilia Clarke, famously known as the actress behind Daenerys Targaryen, was back to filming as she posted a video on her Instagram profile. Emilia can be seen wearing her Daenerys wig where she hashtagged that is the “first day back in the pretend world.”

For the first time, GOT is shooting the season in the same year it will air to be as real as possible in showing the winter that has finally arrived in Westeros. Previously, the show wraps filming by December.

The hit series based on the fantasy novels of George R. R. Martin are really going big this season. It is previously reported that despite having a shorter season with seven episodes than the usual 10, the same amount of time for production will be alloted.

That means there will be more time spent for each episode of Season 7 that will easily mean bigger and more epic episodes shall be anticipated by the viewers.

In the meantime, the date on when Game of Thrones Season 7 will air is not yet announced, but as most of us know, it will be later than the former seasons.

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