‘Game of Thrones’ Season 7 Spoilers: Emilia Clarke Back To Filming; Crew Seen In Iceland, Hints The Wall Scenes [VIDEO]
Emilia Clarke and "Game of Thrones" Season 7 crew are now back in production.
The filming for Game of Thrones Season 7 now starts as the Khaleesi (Emilia Clarke) herself revealed her return in the production on her Instagram account. The 30-year-old star showed the real struggle of getting back to work after the Christmas holidays as she was having a hard time to convince herself.
The Me Before You actress shared a GIF of herself on her costume and wig while back on the show's set pointing her hair. "For gods sake Emilia put the holiday champagne DOWN and put that wig back on! [sic]," she captioned her snap. She even used the hashtags #firstdayinthepretendrealworld and #dontdrinkanddrivedragonscapieche.
Moreover, it is a big question where Game of Thrones Season 7 set is located. But the Game of Thrones news source Winter is Coming revealed that the show is back in Iceland. In fact, a Redditor named jdtargstark gathered Instagram photos of the show's crew members from the costume department.
Some of them are Ciarán Curry, who was recognized by the Emmys for his work on the previous season's finale "The Winds of Winter, and Slyvia Lovetank who started on the show's third season. Also, Katy Taylor, who's been part of the program since the first season, is seen in Iceland.
Knowing that they are part of Game of Thrones Season 7, Taylor is asked by a fan how long will they stay in the European country. "Just a couple of weeks," she said. Meanwhile, Iceland is known for being the location of the famous The Wall. With that, fans expect to see Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and the rest of his brothers here.
The costume professionals were seen standing in the areas beyond The Wall, thus fans expect to see some scenes from this place. The snowed sections of Iceland are the perfect settings for the colossal fortification. As a matter of fact, the country's landscapes look pretty the same with the icy set built by the show's crew at Wolf Hill Quarry near Belfast.