The production of the "Game of Thrones" Season 4 has reportedly come to a close as the marketing team starts the promotion of the TV show. One of the fans posted a teaser trailer of the upcoming season.
The teaser trailer shows a man on a horse, possibly a scene of Dorne. Tyrion Lannister is in trouble and is seen in hand cuffs. On the other hand Joffrey Baratheon is seen at a table enjoying what seems like a pre wedding feast while Jaime Lannister, with short hair, is seen turning a page with his one arm. Sansa Stark is also seen in the video.
Fans are eagerly waiting for the "Game of Thrones" Season 4 and hoping that their favourite character do not die. New characters are expected to be introduced in the upcoming season as the plot gets more intriguing.
Making of "Game of Thrones" is not an easy task, apart from the elaborate sets, dragons and other features, even the ordinary aspects of the production need careful planning and execution. Here is what happens during a pre-production meeting.
The pre-production meeting breaks down the script scene by scene and the team analyses the requirements and possible difficulties in filming each scene. They will also need to confirm the location of the filming and ensure that they have adequate costumes for everyone.
"Game of Thrones" Season 4 came with its own unique set of requirements and challenges, leading to some rather unusual conversations during the pre-production meeting. During the meeting, one of the team members was heard saying that they had to kill the stuntmen at least three times, so they had to look at beards and hair.
"They do say an owl is twice as hard to do as the eagle, and you know what that was like" was one statement released during the meeting. This gives readers a glimpse of the challenges the production team faces for what may seem like a simple thing during the show.
"There is no silent wind, only noise wind. We can't tube the silent wind across?" are other concerns heard during the pre-production meeting. Perhaps these are some of the unique challenges that only the production team of "Game of Thrones" Season 4 face.
Meanwhile, the promotion for the shadow has started with an invite to fans to "Roast King Joffrey" online. Fans were invited to vent their anger against King Joffrey on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #RoastJoffrey.
More than 45,000 responses were received during the two day event. Some of the cast of the "Game of Thrones" joined in the fun expressing their views on Joffrey. Joffrey is expected to get married in the upcoming season in what fans have dubbed as the "Purple Wedding."
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