Game of Thrones 8 is also the last one in progress.
Fans of the beloved HBO fantasy show are supportedthe-
As the stars continue to share candid footage taken from the set, the scene will watch the show.
The photos were taken and shared throughout the eight seasons of the show, capturing scenes of the actor's prank during the shooting gap.
From a photo taken by Maisie williams on the first day to a photo of Lena Heady being put on a fake hair hat --
These candid shots capture only one side that dark theater fans have seen before.
In one shot, from sister Arya (Maisie)
Sansha Stark (Sophie Turner)
After many years of separation, the young of the two posed in front of Sophie and arranged the costumes for her.
The other grabbed three Lannister brothers and sisters. Tyrion (Peter Dinklage), Cersei (Lena Heady)and Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau)-
Put on a stupid pose in a full outfit.
Emilia Clark, who plays Denise Targaryen, was found snuggling around a dog during filming.
The photos were revealed at 32-year-old Kit Harrington, who once quietly went to "sit on the throne for a minute or two" when he didn't need to sit on the set ". The actor -
At the end of season 8, whose role is competing for the iconic seat --
Never asked to take a scene in the throne room of King's Landing, but it is still his favorite episode.
He said: "Whenever I work in the studio, I go there and have a quiet look and sit on the throne for a minute or two. 'But his co-
Lena Hedi, the star who plays Queen Cersei, is not keen to admit: "[The throne is]
This is not my favorite.
Kit believes that the real key to the success of the show is the people who work behind the scenes, such as costume designer Michelle Clapton and props master Brian McGraw.
"Jon Snow is not the main character," he said.
Tyleone is not the main character. . .
The world is the protagonist.
Clothing, where we go.
In this story, the actual environment is the main character, so if you're really asking who the main character of the show is, it's the craftsman.
"It's Michelle Clapton.
Brian from the props company.
David Makov and D. B.
Wes thanked the production designers for improving their game in the last season.
David told SciFiNow magazine: "We need our brilliant production designer Deborah Riley to go beyond ourselves because we spend too much time [in]
King's Landing and winter City].
"I 've been working in this industry for a while and I 've never seen the same set as these.
For the director, it's amazing to be able to shoot in places like Winterfell, where your shooting angle is not blocked and you can shoot in any direction, because they are all winter cities, they are all built there.