After the recent success of HBO hit series "Game of Thrones" Season 6, with the very iconic episodes like Battle of the Bastards and The Winds of Winter for the finale, its cast and crew are working doubly hard to keep up with the show's prestige.
One of the well-adored casts, Emilia Clarke, who portrays the role of Daenerys Targaryen - last living daughter of the Mad King and claim to have rights over the Iron Throne, yesterday posted a photo of their location on her Instagram account. Captioned, "Belfast you are shining for us this morning," GoT casts are certainly working even on weekends to shoot for the upcoming season of the series.
Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland is home to Titanic Studios where certain significant locations in GoT were set. It is also close to other shoot locations across Northern Ireland where the King's Road, Winterfell, Dragonstone, and The Wall were filmed.
The 29-year-old English actress, widely known as Khaleesi as she was married to Khal Drogo in the series, will stay in Belfast until they finished filming her scenes. She was last seen sailing from Mereen to King's Landing with the help from the Greyjoys in the last season's final episode.
In the recent Emmy Awards, where the show claimed its second consecutive year award for the Outstanding Drama Series, Clarke said the upcoming season is way better than the previous. And if the fans were totally engrossed and mesmerized by the last season, they better brace up for the 7th.
Other casts like Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner, plays the Stark sisters Arya and Sansa, also expressed their shock upon receiving and reading their scripts for Season 7. In an interview with E!, Turner even shared, "I was actually speechless."
"This season is unbelievable and I think fans are going to be really satisfied," added Turner.