A new post on Making Game of Thrones catches us up on the last stages of filming in Northern Ireland and the wrap party at the Titanic Museum. Several notable events in the third season were hinted at in this latest blog post.
The end of the Belfast shoot was on a Saturday, after a week of working on one of the hardest scenes that has been shot – in any series so far, I would say. This event marks a massive shift in direction for our battling families.
We then find out that filming in the area wasn’t actually quite done yet.
In the next week, a crew of stunt men will arrive in Belfast and start work on something big. I can’t tell you much, other than there are ropes involved and those afraid of heights perhaps should look away.
Ours is the Fury: Readers of the books are probably aware of which events are being referred to. It’s exciting to have more confirmation of what major events will occur in the third season.