The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is coming out in 2019, which leaves plenty of time for fans to beg for spoilers. And to avoid as many leaks as possible, a number of ​extreme security measures are being taken. 

Most interesting? Code names.

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Many highly anticipated movies ​film under fa​ke names to avoid crowds from trying to catch a glimpse of what's to come. The Dark Knight was shot using the code name Rory’s First Kiss and Titanic was shot as Planet Ice. Game of Thrones? “It was Face of Angels,” Sophie Turner ​revealed. “It’s a random one!” 

The 22-year-old actress who plays ​Sansa Stark shared that it wasn't just the show that got a code name, but each of the cast members as well. “So that no one knew who was really going to be on set," she explained.


Sophie also confirmed the actors received self-destructing scripts. "I mean, we wouldn’t get anything physical. We would have it on an app," she shared. "We would get sent sides for the scene [we were shooting] the next day. So we would have to learn it all the day before. And once you’ve read it, it disappears 24 hours later, and you can never access it again. It’s tighter than the White House security!"

Kit Harington, who plays Jon Snow, even admitted that when filming in more public areas, the cast would shoot a number of fake scenes, to throw off anyone who might be watching and trying to figure out what happens.

​​This final season better be good, because they way they're keeping it all under wraps is game-changing.