HBO is officially confirming some major changes for Game of Thrones.
Also, the network is confirming for the first time that next edition will consist of seven episodes.
Game of Thrones Season 7 is predicted to have masses of individual revelations for Jon Snow who has been a debatable discern considering the fact that he became a bastard and a few details about his progeny or his authentic call turned into never acknowledged.
Plus, HBO added that the next season will be shot in Northern Ireland, Spain, and Iceland. It’s been a couple years since the Thrones team used Iceland for significant shooting, having primarily used the location for North of the Wall scenes when Jon Snow was embedded with the Wildlings camp.
Game of Thrones season 7 is coming, gents. But you may should wait 12 lengthy months earlier than the collection lands as HBO’s simply introduced that capturing schedules have behind schedule the release date.
The total game of Thrones cast – nicely, what is left of it – will go back to Iceland to movie the drawing close series, a area scarcely used since Jon Snow become north of wall, which itself might be shorter at seven episodes, 3 down for the usual ten.
Casey Bloys, president of HBO programming, says, “Now that winter has arrived on sport of Thrones, executive manufacturers David Benioff and D B Weiss felt that the storylines of the next season would be better served by way of starting production a bit later than typical, while the weather is changing. Instead of the display’s conventional spring debut, we are transferring the debut to summer to deal with the shooting time table.”