The final season Game of Thrones is slowly approaching, slated to premiere sometime in 2019. With this being the ending of an era, we're expecting the finale to be nothing short of epic. And new reports are proving it will be.
According to GoT fansite Watchers on the Wall, the series has just finished filming its biggest battle sequence for the final season, which took a whopping 55 consecutive days to film! This epic battle was shot at the Moneyglass set in Toome, Northern Ireland, and at the Magheramorne green screen set.
After 55 nights, #GameOfThrones is finally done filming the longest battle in the show's history— Game of Thrones Facts (@thronesfacts) April 7, 2018
The previous record was for ‘Battle of the Bastards’ which took 25 days to film pic.twitter.com/HJCVpRCR10
“This is for the Night Dragons.
It's safe to assume this battle will be between the Night King and the White Walkers, against the combined forces of Westeros. It's what we've all been waiting for!
But even with the most important fight of the entire series already wrapped up, filming is nowhere near finished. Reportedly, principal photography for the season will continue until late summer. And that's still before CGI is used with their footage.
We absolutely cannot wait to see how this amazing series comes to an end.