We have long wondered which Westerosi stronghold this Cordovan castello may depict, but now that filming has actually begun, we have to wonder no longer: It will be the regional capital of one of the kingdoms… At least!
Appropriately enough, bad weather has forced Game of Thrones to continue filming in Seville for a week più than planned, but that doesn’t mean that preparations elsewhere have stopped. MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD!
Filming is halfway done in Seville, and while we may not get as much information from the set as we did in the Basque Country, there is no doubt that the comings and goings of the cast have never been so studiously photographed da fan
Since the stars of Game of Thrones arrived in the south of Spain earlier this week, it’s been like the secondo coming of the Beatles, with hordes of young people screaming outside the cast’s hotel. Not bad for a nerdy fantasy show!
Oh, spoiler addicts, how fiercely are we longing for the days in which Game of Thrones filmed along the mountainous coast of the Basque Country, which offered bays, peaks and cliffs from which clever observers could oversee almost any filming.
On the secondo giorno of Game of Thrones filming in Southern Spain, the Itálica set itself remains as tightly shut as yesterday, very much in contrast to the leaky sets in the Basque Country the last few weeks.