Filming has started for the ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel ‘Bloodmoon’


It’s been eight years in the making, and this Sunday, we will finally discover who has won the Game of Thrones.


Come Sunday evening, it will finally be eight years in the making of who wins the Game of Thrones.

While at the start of the season, many would have favored Daenerys or Jon, at this point it’s anyone’s guess after the latest episode where Daenerys became the Mad Queen. That being said, there’s still a few other strong contenders, like Sansa, Arya, or Tyrion. Gendry if you want to count a true long shot.

Let’s not forget last week when Varys tried to stop Dany’s reign of terror:

Regardless of who you want to see on the Iron Throne come Sunday, there’s no denying that we will feel a whole in our hearts following the end of a fantastic story. But there is good news – our hearts may not have to empty long, as official filming has begun of the Game of Thrones prequel: Bloodmoon.

It will be set 5,500 years before the current storyline. Bloodmoon is going to focus on the Children of the Forest. In case your memory needs a bit of refreshing, they were the people who created the Night King.

The filming of the prequel has started in Belfast, where a good portion of Game of Thrones was filmed.

A source for the Sun revealed, “Thrones fans will be delighted to hear things have started with the prequel. Those working on the set in Belfast are referring to the series as Bloodmoon. Produces have put together a stellar cast and it will be must-watch telly for anyone who loves Game of Thrones.”

This is excellent news considering that the preview for the last episode ever of Game of Thrones, was recently released:

The source has also said that the prequel, which has Naomi Watts in it, will go into “horrifying secrets of Westeros’s history to the true origin of the White Walkers.”

The series is going to be written and produced by Jane Goldman – wife to Jonathan Ross – and will also reportedly be “big budget.”

Naturally, Goldman will be working closely with the man himself, George R. R. Martin. Already eagerly awaiting a trailer and release date.

Are you guys psyched about a Game of Thrones prequel?



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