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Game of Thrones Season 8 filming in Seville, Spain wraps up

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Game of Thrones Season 8 filming in Seville, Spain wraps up

As you guys know, Game of Thrones Season 8 has been filming in Seville, Spain, recently. Many of the lead cast members showed up in Seville one by one, except a very few, so we were expecting the filming to last a little longer, but a new report has now confirmed that the filming has indeed wrapped up. Read on!

Now, if you don’t know, the ruins of Italica in Seville is where the filming was ongoing. This area has stood in for the Dragonpit, which we saw in Season 7, and it was a nice crossover of most of the leading characters on the show. The amount of effort that has gone into the Spanish arm of Season 8 filming hints that such a scene might be seen again. However, since the number of stars pouring in here has been suspiciously high for a relatively short filming run, there have been concerns about how the producers could be trying to throw us off the scent. Now a new report by Spanish Game of Thrones fan site, Los Siete Reinos, reports that the filming in Seville has ended.

While we don’t know for sure who will actually be involved in the Dragonpit scene, LSR says that Kit Harington (Jon Snow) and Jacob Anderson (Grey Worm) were spotted on the set, in addition to more Unsullied soldiers. There was a picture that showed this, but it has since then been taken down, which kind of validates its legitimacy. The location was tagged as “Amphitheater of Italica” and the caption read:

“We can say: We have finished shooting the last season of…GAME OF THRONES!”

In addition to this, some of the stars were spotted at the London Airport, back from Spain. The stars include Kit Harington, Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Gwendoline Christie (Brienne of Tarth), and probably John Bradley (Sam Tarly) wearing a baseball cap. Check out the picture below:

Well, looks like it’s a wrap. What do you guys think about this? Talk to us in the comments, down below!







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Latest leaks from House of The Dragon’s set in Caceres hinting at legendary Cargyll twins

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Latest leaks from House of The Dragon set in Caceres hinting at legendary Cargyll twins

Lights, Camera, and… Action! Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon has begun filming in the Spanish city of Caceres. Starting October 11, the shooting will take place over a period of 10 days, and will be wrapped up by October 21. Several pictures from the set are already leaking out on social media platforms, as curious locals try to capture a sneak peek at the set. One recent clips possibly hints at the legendary Kingsguard twins the Cargyll brothers, who were quite famous during the timeline of the show.

The clip in focus is the one that was leaked not too long ago, showing Fabien Frankel (Criston Cole) practising his sword mastery with an unknown figure. Many have speculated that the person who was sparring with Frankel was one of the Tittensor brothers, Elliot or Luke. Fans arrived at the conclusion that they will be playing the Cargyll brothers because interestingly, both of them are twins as well.

Do you think the Tittensor brothers are playing Ser Arryk and Ser Erryk Cargyll? Talk to us in the comments below!

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More costumed figures spotted on the set of House of The Dragon in Caceres

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More costumed figures spotted on the set of House of The Dragon in Caceres

Lights, Camera, and… Action! Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon has begun filming in the Spanish city of Caceres. Starting October 11, the shooting will take place over a period of 10 days, and will be wrapped up by October 21. Several pictures from the set are already leaking out on several social media platforms, as curious locals try to capture a sneak peek at the set.

The latest pictures from the set of Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon posted by Portal House of The Dragon Brasil shows several mysterious costumed figures marching towards an unspecified location.

As we previously reported, Queen Alicent Hightower’s carriage was being readied on site quite recently. Also, several extras dressed as the denizens of King’s Landing were spotted huddled together, possibly to welcome the Queen.

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New sets for House of The Dragon being readied at Leavesden Studios

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Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon first to shoot on Warner Bros UK’s new virtual stage

Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is moving very swiftly, as evident from the frequent leaks we’re witnessing every other day. The filming is currently taking place in the Spanish city of Caceres as we speak, which began on October 11. Meanwhile, HBO is making simultaneous preparations at Leavesden Studios in the UK to speed up the filming process even more.

A recent picture posted by Twitter user Movies&series clips II showed a new set being readied at Leavesden Studios. It appears to be a work in progress Targaryen stronghold, with their flag being the only thing that’s visible at the given distance.

Leavesden Studios in Watford will be the prime location for filming the Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon. The studio moved on from Game of Thrones’ original shooting location, Belfast, in Northern Ireland, where most of the series was shot over the last decade.

What do you think is being built at Leavesden Studios? Talk to us in the comments below!

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