Game of Thrones Spent 55 Days (!) Shooting One Season 8 Battle

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Aprile 15, 2018

Season 8 will be the last season of HBO's Game of Thrones and will officially conclude the story as far as the TV series is concerned (the books are still being written). The note details the creation of the biggest battle scene in Game of Thrones history, one that took "55 straight nights" to shoot and resulted in "something that's never been done before".

Game of Thrones Season 8 sounds like it will feature an incredibly epic battle.

So we know that there will be a major, major, major battle in the final season, one that was filmed in three different locations. "They won't care how exhausted you were or how tough it was to do your job in sub-freezing temperatures", it continues, noting the "55 straight nights" and "cold, snow, rain, mud, sheep shit and winds of Magheramorne", that was endured behind-the-scenes.

Quinlan's Instagram post was deleted several hours after going live.

That's nearly two and a half months of night shoots in the show's location sets, two of them in Ireland's Toome and Magheramorne, which by itself dwarfs the efforts put into the other large-scale battle scenes in the series. 11 weeks. 3 locations. All is done to put together a huge battle sequence set in Winterfell, which could well be the highlight of the upcoming Season 8 next year. Quinlan has worked on 20 episodes for the show and during that time has helped primary directors Miguel Sapochnik, Matt Shakman and Jeremy Podeswa on some of the show's biggest previous battles - which had already broken records - but it would seem that whatever they're doing in season dwarves everything that came before. It's the King's Landing shoot, and this grand battlefield that takes place on the empire's capital might just rival the Winterfell Battle for the biggest, longest and most elaborate combat sequences in the show.

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