Game Of Thrones’ Final Season; Battle Scene Filmed In 55 Days

Game of Thrones is one of the best American drama series that is best known for its epic battles, while the maker of the most-watched franchise to bring eighth and final season with more new things to make it memorable for fans.

An assistant director of the show, Jonathan Quinlan has also performed his dead efforts to make battle scene of the Game of Thrones more valuable for fans.

Just shared a photo of a gratuitous card so far, and also released cast and crew following the end of a fight that required a gigantic 55 nights straight worth of shooting.

It is said in latest report that the battle will be entertaining nicely its audience who wouldn’t imagine how much toughest work entire team had to do, though this is for the Night Dragons,” the card read.

It is further mentioned online that the cast and crew of the Game of Thrones had to perform tough acts for 55 straight nights to make battle scene of the show more memorable, there was the mud, the snow, rain, the cold and the sheep s**t of Toome and the winds of Magheramorne.

The letter was signed by “The Producer Types.”

Quinlan also shared that the entire cast and crew didn’t care about the sub-freezing temperatures they just focus to make history by giving their best, forgot how tired they were.

Everyone have better idea that they will be watched by millions on small screens, hence needs to show them something that’s never been done before.

The war sequence of the show will be receiving huge praise surely as it is composed and acted nicely with dead struggles, while battle scene cannot be even be the biggest fight of the series. Fans may got too excited to find out eight season of Game of Thrones.

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