Viewers won't be able to return to Westeros for another two months, but a new video reveals just how it comes to life. On Wednesday, February 5 Comingsoon.net posted a behind the scenes video from the upcoming fourth season of the hit HBO series, "Game of Thrones," which explores how much work goes into creating the show.
Production designer Deborah Riley talks about what exactly goes into the sets for the television show over the course of the two and a half minute video, which also includes sneak peeks of actors filming for the upcoming season. Riley describes setting up each set as a way to "provide the environment in which the actors do their work" and "to maintain the reality" of the series from season to season.
She describes the process as "extreme art department" and explains that the show created over one new sets for season four, not including sets that were reused from previous episodes. Footage shown during the clip includes Cersei Lannister and Margaery Tyrell overseeing preparations for the wedding, while Daenerys adjusts to sitting on a throne.
"Game of Thrones" will return on Sunday, April 9 at 9 p.m. on HBO. Tune in to the ten episode season and find out which details from the book series made it into the new season. Season four will include the second half of the book "A Storm of Swords" by author George R. R. Martin. The new season was filmed on two continents in both Iceland and Morocco, which are the ideal locations for the Wall and King's Landing.
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