Despite the popularity of the HBO original series Game of Thrones, things have been pretty quiet for the past few months. And why wouldnâ€™t it be? The showâ€™s season is not only over, but the coming season wonâ€™t even hit until summer of next year. While the show (and its corresponding book series) are still very much a part of the cultural zeitgeist, things are a bit slow in Westeros.
Well, I expect that all to change very soon. About a month or so ago, there were a couple of set photos from the production that revealed a very important and momentous meeting (which I will not spoil here), and with that, you knew that our first official shots from Season 7 were on the horizon. It turns out, weâ€™ve reached that horizon, and those who tuned into HBOâ€™s new hit series Westworld had a chance to see the first few shots of Season 7 of Game of Thrones.
The video hasnâ€™t made it online yet, but luckily, there were some folks including Twitter user @sansaerysnow, who recorded it for all of us to check out.
So there you have it in motion. The folks over at The Watchers on the Wall were kind enough to aggregate some shots that fans took from all around the web so we could check them out in all their still glory.
As expected, thereâ€™s nothing too crazy here. They literally are just a few shots from the show, and reveal nothing. But, we have more than six months until the show hits HBO once again, so they couldnâ€™t very well show us anything crazy just yet. That being said, like with all things related to film, whenever we get our first official shots, things immediately become a heck of a lot more tangible. When it was announced that HBO would be pushing back the airing of Game of Thrones, it hit fans with a thud. Despite this, weâ€™re one step closer to seeing the penultimate chapter of this Game of Thrones saga, and we couldnâ€™t be more thrilled.
What do you think of these shots? What mysteries do you hope are unlocked in this coming season? Let us know in the comments down below!
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SOURCE: Watchers On The Wall