Game of Thrones actors Kit Harington and Rose Leslie’s wedding invites contain a nod to the TV show they’ve both starred in.
Back in September, we learned Game of Thrones co-stars Kit Harington and Rose Leslie had become engaged.
There are reportedly 200 guests invited to see the actors tie the knot at a Scottish castle.
According to reports, guests were excited to see the envelopes featured a stamp with a picture of Kit as Jon Snow.
A ‘friend’ told Daily Mail:
They organised the wedding quickly because they didn’t want information to leak. But putting Kit’s face on the envelope might be a bit of a giveaway, at least for postmen across the country
The special Game Of Thrones stamps were released by Royal Mail earlier this year featuring key characters.
Game of Thrones is arguably the biggest show of the past decade taking television programmes to a whole new level.
With incredible production value, the hit show was like nothing ever seen before on television and so it is no wonder millions and millions of pounds have been poured into the upcoming final season.
Wanting to go out with a bang, HBO are planning on making season eight bigger and better than before which is a tough ask but one we are sure they will meet.
Although Game of Thrones is already known for having epic battle scenes, with season eight even these are being cranked up.
The show’s crew have now wrapped filming a monumental battle which took an astonishing 55 consecutive nights to shoot, an astounding feat.
Assistant director Jonathan Quinlan, who has worked on 20 episodes of the popular show so far, shared a photo on Instagram of a ‘thank you’ card sent out to cast and crew following the wrap on the scene which we think is, maybe, the battle of Winterfell.
Although he deleted the photo soon after posting it, eagle-eyed fans were quick to take a screenshot.
This is for the Night Dragons. For enduring 55 straight nights. For enduring the cold, the snow, the rain, the mud, the sheep s**t of Toome and the winds of Magheramorne.
When tens of millions of people around the world watch this episode a year from now, they won’t know how hard you worked. They won’t care how tired you were or how tough it was to do your job in sub-freezing temperatures.
They’ll just understand that they’re watching something that’s never been done before. And that’s because of you.
The card was signed by ‘The Producer Types’.
However, fan site Watchers on the Wall thinks differently writing:
These two and a half months of shooting is more than double the previous record for a Game of Thrones battle shoot – which likely already was a TV record, as well.
Unless the upcoming King’s Landing shoot dethrones it, which seems unlikely, this battle of Winterfell will be the biggest, most expensive action scene we’ve ever seen on television.
Of course, shooting time doesn’t necessarily translate to screen time, so this may or may not be the longest battle in the show, but it will certainly be the most elaborate.
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