This Video Shows How Winterfell Was Rebuilt And Expanded For 'Game Of Thrones'... Right Before It Falls This Weekend
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As we’ve been seeing more of Winterfell in the final season of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones,’ it has become obvious that there have been a few changes and a new 20-minute behind-the-scenes video from HBO shows what they are! The entire set has not only been rebuilt but expanded upon to make it ready for the horde of new actors who are appearing as well as prepare for the coming weekend’s battle.


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The video was released during the second episode of behind-the-scenes series “The Game Revealed” and you can check it out right here:


While 20-minutes isn’t considered short in terms of behind-the-scenes featurettes, it also feels like quite a bit was skimmed over or cut with how much work was preparing this location for filming. Not all of this was meant for expanding the cast either as much of the decision was born from how long we would have a focus on Winterfell and wanting to make the castle look different by adding both new corridors, outside locations, and more!


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If you’re wanting more than just set design, they also go into how director David Nutter brought the fireplace scene to life followed by the sequence of Brienne of Tarth officially becoming a knight of the realm. While we’re all amped up for the action to come, these will likely go down as some of the more memorable scenes from the series for at least Brienne.

What did you think of this episode of “The Game Revealed”? Were you more interested in the expansion of Winterfell or the scene which showed us many of the outsiders coming together before this Sunday night’s war? Do you feel that Winterfell will actually fall or will the Starks and their allies defeat the dead in the upcoming episode? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

The final season of Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9PM on HBO.


Source: Collider