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'Game Of Thrones' Just Finished Filming For The Last Time Ever

'Game Of Thrones' Just Finished Filming For The Last Time Ever

Winter isn't just coming, winter is here folks. OK, so not in the UK just now, but there's still some news that might turn Game of Thrones fans' blood cold - it's all over.

Obviously, we'll get to see the last six episodes at some point next year, but they've finished filming and the cast have all now scattered off in their own separate directions.

The wrap party was a few weeks ago, and many of them went to Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's wedding - which must have been like a second wrap party - but a lot of people stayed on in Northern Ireland as there was still filming to be done.

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That also appears to have come to an end now, according to GoT fan site Watchers on the Wall. That's all, folks.

Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, posted a heartfelt - and slightly mysterious - farewell to the show on her social media.

Alongside a picture of her shoes, covered in blood, she said: "Goodbye Belfast. Goodbye Arya. Goodbye Game of Thrones. What a joy I've had. Here's to the adventures to come".

So far, so normal, right? Wrong. She then used the hashtag #lastwomanstanding at the end.

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Credit: Instagram
Credit: Instagram

Very interesting.

One thing that pretty much everyone agrees with is that this season is going to be the bloodiest yet, and that we should be preparing ourselves for a lot of beloved characters to die.

As any GoT fan knows, it doesn't pay to get too involved with the characters on the show. They'll only get their head cut off, or their head crushed in by an Icelandic strongman. You know the drill.

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Sophie Turner - a.k.a. Sansa Stark - reaffirmed to everyone that there will be blood in an interview with Gold Derby.

She said: "I can tell you that there's definitely a coming together of people. Everyone is coming together to fight the impending doom.

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"There's a lot of tension between these little groups, battling for what they think is right. It's Game of Thrones, so it's going to be bloodier and more death and more emotionally torturous than all the years before!"

More emotionally torturous? Fantastic, well that's something to look forward to at least.

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As for the newlywed Kit Harington (Jon Snow, to me and you), he has left certain fans distraught by announcing that he's going to get rid of his famous hair once he's done on the show - so really any time now.

He said: "I'd like to step away and enjoy the obscurity, cut my hair, make myself less recognisable as the character, and go do some other things with a completely new look and tone.

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"The beard will be harder to get rid of - I quite like the beard. I like having the long hair and beard both, but it will be like a ritualistic thing.

"I can't go into my next role looking the same. This role was brilliant, but I'll need to get rid of Jon Snow."

Credit: HBO
Credit: HBO

Let's hope that the Night King and his army of the dead don't do that for us.

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Topics: Sansa Stark, Jon Snow, TV and Film, Kit Harington, maisie williams, arya stark, Sophie Turner, Game of Thrones

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