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'Game of Thrones' banned: Nudity scene can't be shot

Lena Headey
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The hit show "Game of Thrones" is actually being banned from filming one of the scenes that they need for the upcoming season. On Monday, Wet Paint shared about this scene that stars Lena Headey as Cersei. In a scene for the upcoming season, Cersei is supposed to be walking away from a church totally naked.

The problem is that it was meant to be filmed outside a church in Dubrovnik, Croatia. They are not a fan of public nudity of course and do not want her filming this at their church. At this time, they are having trouble getting permission to film. For some reason, this scene is really important though and they don't plan to cut it at all. They want it to keep it in for sure. The comic books make it sound like it is something that they need to show for the story line.

It is unknown at this time how "Game of Thrones" is going to make it work, but you know that they will find a way. Wet Paint also shared that season five should show the downfall of Cersei. You can easily assume this scene might have something to do with that as well. She is now in control of the Seven Kingdoms, but is not doing a very job at it. In the book, she has to do a strip and then shave her head. After that, she is required to do a walk of shame which is probably the scene they are talking about having trouble filming.