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Game of Thrones preuqel ‘Bloodmoon’ cast starts assembling in Belfast for pilot filming

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Game of Thrones preuqel 'Bloodmoon' cast starts assembling in Belfast for pilot filming

Game of Thrones has ended, but the prequel series is already moving on to film the pilot. The show with the working title of ‘Bloodmoon‘ is in the early stages of production for the pilot episode, and now we’re seeing the cast members roll into Belfast to film the pilot. Read on!

As we had reported, HBO has ordered the pilot for Jane Goldman’s Game of Thrones prequel. The last update we had was the set preparations beginning, with green screens and cargo containers showing up at Titanic Studios, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Jaime Campbell Bower, one of the actors cast for the pilot, tweeted off an indirect confirmation of the same:

This was confirmed by a fan that spotted him in the area:

Another cast member, Alex Sharp, also posted a picture in the vicinity, which pushes the former appearance farther from just a coincidence:

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Sharp was also spotted in the Instagram stories of another cast member Marquis Rodriguez, showing the two of them in Northern Ireland. It’s safe to say filming days are getting closer.

We’ll keep you updated on the filming as the information rolls out. Are you excited for the pilot? Talk to us in the comments, down below!


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Game of Thrones star John Bradley joins space epic ‘Moonfall’

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Game of Thrones was a life-changing experience for both the fans and the cast of the show. Many of the stars have moved onto new projects ever since the show wrapped up filming. John Bradley, who played the affable Samwell Tarly on the acclaimed TV series, recently joined Lionsgate’s space epic Moonfall.

Bradley was selected as a replacement for Josh Gad for the movie. The Frozen star couldn’t continue due to his scheduling complications. Other than Bradley, the space-epic boasts of a highly acclaimed roaster consisting of Stanley Tucci and Halle Berry.

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The casting update arrived via Deadline. Disaster-epic-specialist Roland Emmerich’s upcoming movie features the Moon being knocked from its orbit of Earth by a mysterious force and then heading straight for our planet. The description to the movie says,

With mere weeks before impact and against all odds, a ragtag team launches an impossible last-ditch mission into space, leaving behind everyone they love and risking everything to land on the lunar surface and save our planet from annihilation.”

John Bradley plays the role of KC Houseman, who is an eccentric and unkempt genius. It is his character who discovers the Moon’s potentially catastrophic fall from orbit. Similar to John’s Game of Thrones character Samwell Tarly, KC prefers brains over brawn to deal with a situation. (Check out his views on the show’s finale)

Are you excited to see Bradley once again over the silver screen? Let us know in the comments below!


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Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon gets primary shoot location

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Game of Thrones wrapped up filming more than a year ago. Fans of the acclaimed TV series miss the show terribly. News and rumors regarding Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon have been around for a while now. Fans have been hyped about the series ever since its announcement by HBO back in 2019. The much-awaited Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon is set to start filming in Watford next year.

The reveal of the show’s primary shoot location is welcome news for fans all around the world. It also gives the fans another reason to visit the UK. Watford is sure to benefit in the tourism sector once the eager admirers start flocking at the site from all over the world.

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House of the Dragon will shoot at the acclaimed Leavesden Studios in Watford. 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.

Earlier this month, HBO added to the hype by announcing the first confirmed cast for the series. Peaky Blinder’s star Paddy Considine is set to star as King Viserys Targaryen. Viserys was chosen by the Lords of Westeros to succeed the Old King, Jaehaerys Targaryen, at the Great Council at Harrenhal. A warm, kind, and decent man, Viserys only wishes to carry forward his grandfather’s legacy.

Further filming locations are yet to be confirmed, but production is set to begin in 2021. The show has a tentative release date in 2022.

Are you hyped about the prequel series? Tell us in the comments below!


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Game of Thrones’ Iwan Rheon to star in a “real-life” Video Game

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Highly acclaimed TV series Game of Thrones rocked a great collection of some of the best villains in television history. A villain can make or break the TV show. An ambitious villain makes the viewers praise his motivations, while some are purely sadistic. Iwan Rheon’s Ramsay Bolton was a mix of both, though more sadistic than ambitious at times. His performance was so spot on, the audience loved to hate him.

Ramsay’s cruelest technique involved making his victims think they have control and can escape from him. He would then chase them down and fed them to his hounds. Iwan Rheon is set to appear in a real-life video game, with almost the same grim settings, but his role is reversed.

Screamfest 4: The Kraken’s Revenge will see Rheon be issued instructions by players using smartphones or computers. The actor then responds to the instructions immediately via a live video link. The game is described as tense, frightening, and chillingly dark. It was created by John Zurhellen, who worked on games including Grand Theft Auto IV, Manhunt 1 & 2, and Red Dead Redemption.

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I’m used to playing a character that did all the controlling but now the tables are turned,” said Rheon, “I’ll be at the mercy of people controlling my every move online from anywhere in the country, sending me from room to room in a particularly creepy location while I’m hunted by a monster. I do wonder how many Kraken fans will send me to my doom and how many will save me!”

Rheon will be playable for two hours from 4 pm to 6 pm on 28 October. Tell us what you’ll do with Rheon’s character if given a chance in the comments below!


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