Game Of Thrones Season 7 To Be Delayed Because Winter Isn't Coming Soon Enough TrendyVoice

8 July 2016

Game Of Thrones Season 7 To Be Delayed Because Winter Isn't Coming Soon Enough




Winter is here on Game of Thrones, and it's
already ruining our lives. During an
appearance on the UFC Unfiltered
Podcast, showrunners David Benioff and D.B.
Weiss let it slip that Season 7 will start later
than past seasons of the show. The reason?

Winter.

Stupid effing winter.

What fresh hell is this?!

"We're starting a bit later because you know,
the end of this season, winter is here and
that means that sunny weather doesn't really
serve our purposes anymore," Weiss said.
"So we kind of pushed everything down the
line, so we could get some grim, gray
weather even in the sunnier places that we
shoot."
[THANKS, OBAMA.]

Filming for Season 6 began in late summer
and wrapped in December of last year, so if
production is waiting for winter weather in
filming locations like Belfast and Croatia, who
knows how much of a delay that could cause.
Given the wording of the question, however,
it's likely that Game of Thrones's seventh
season will premiere after April 2017.

Fans were not happy.

Game of thrones the type of show
to tell you winter is finally here but
delay filming because winter isn't
really here

— Miriam (@getcrichdytryin) July 7,
2016

Lack of winter weather may delay
filming of next season of Game of
Thrones. I'd be so pro-global
warming if it would delay Big Bang
Theory.

— Adam Wolf (@AdamWolf77) July
7, 2016

Game of Thrones delayed because
they need to wait for winter to film
pic.twitter.com/A0L9U7Tttu

— Tyler HoopDaddy (@Thooper24)
July 7, 2016

Global Warming sucks⚡️ "Winter is
going to delay the return of Game
of Thrones" https://t.co/XrdajNNB27

— Nathan… (@nathancisd18) July
7, 2016

Game of thrones being delayed is
actually a good thing….. it's
because of weather….
Winter is here…..
Walkers….
Snow…
War.

— Pablo (@thehottestfish) July 7,
2016

YOU CANT DO THIS TO ME!!!!!!!!!
IM A GOOD PERSON I DONT
DESERVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! https://
t.co/fI8Na0SAvW

— paige (@paige_nechamkin) July
7, 2016

Benioff and Weiss also confirmed that there
are indeed only two seasons remaining and
that they still do not have a definite episode
count set in place. (Although, director Jack
Bender kinda already confirmed that Season
7 will consist of seven episodes.)

So not only do we need to wait even longer
for new episodes, but there's going to be less
of them too? Melisandre was right: The night
is dark and full of terrors.




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