Game of Thrones: Season 7 Production Will Start Later Than Usual

Intentional Delays On Production Of The Game Of Thrones Season 7

Season 7 of Game of Thrones will start later than usual this year.

Game of Throne cast and crew will have more time this year to relax and enjoy, all because of the next season of their show.

Executive producers of the series David Benioff and Dan Weiss revealed in an interview with UFC Unfiltered podcast that season 7 production is going to start later than their usual in July.

Since the new season called will be all about that winter has arrived to the kingdom, it requires specific weather conditions, and sunny days and nice weather aren’t one of them. They said that the shooting will start when the weather becomes worse, so they could get gray, grim and cold surrounding.

Producers also said that they’re hoping to end the show in 13 episodes, which will be divided into two seasons. HBO didn’t confirm anything yet regarding late start or shooting or ending the series.

The only thing that is confirmed is that we have a new acquisition among directors. Matt Shakman joined the team of directors alongside with Alan Taylor Jeremy Podeswa, and Mark Mylod.

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