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‘Game Of Thrones Season 8’: Security To Assure No Leaks Caused Problems For Actors

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‘Game Of Thrones Season 8’: Security To Assure No Leaks Caused Problems For Actors

The massively popular HBO series Game of Thrones will finally meet its end with the eighth and final season which is set to air in April next year. The level of excitement among fans for Game of Thrones season 8 is building up exponentially and will continue to grow leading up to the premiere. Considering the hype for the series, the show makers are trying everything they can to avoid spoilers from leaking.

During a recent interview with BBC Radio, when actor Iain Glen, who plays the character of Ser Jorah Mormont, was asked about the eighth and final season of the series, he revealed that the show’s producers are going to a great extent to avoid spoilers and leaks from the eagerly anticipated final season.

They’re absolutely paranoid now about anyone finding out anything about the series and spoiling it,” Glen said.

Glen revealed that the actors had to face a lot of problems as they had to use iPads with a high level of security to access the script.

“We weren’t allowed a written word on a page,” the Game of Thrones actor said. “Everything was accessed through iPads with different security you had to get through to access it, which caused a problem for the actors, I have to say. But we found a way, either on phones or with pads…for it to be available on set.”

Glen went on to call out each of the six episodes of the final season as phenomenal. He added that Game of Thrones season 8 is a season of farewell and finishes.

“Honestly, these six episodes are absolutely phenomenal. The writers really, really came up trumps. The way they pulled it all together was a real writing task,” the Scottish actor said. “There were a lot of tears that day… and it’s been a season of that because it’s been a season of farewells and finishes.”

Source: BBC Radio




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