How epic dragon battle was created in "Game of Thrones"

How epic dragon battle was created in

HBO has released the new photos for the upcoming episode of Game of Thrones season 7 titled Eastwatch.

Jon, Tyrion, Varys, Dany ... they are all on the official promo pictures of Episode 5 of Game of Thrones Season 7!

"Season seven of "#Game of Thrones" is starting to reveal the culmination of preparation by the Lannister forces and those of Daenerys Targaryen along with her full grown dragons.

We have spent so many episodes loving the character of Jaime and he got one of the most epic scenes in the show's history as he charged towards Danerys.

Based on what we know about Jon's general outlook on life his glum facade could mean impending death, certain destruction, or he's hungry.

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Both Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Lord Varys (Conleth Hill) are concerned about the way their queen is acting at the moment.

"In season six, which was our biggest season up to that point, we had eleven shots featuring Emilia [Daenerys] riding the dragon", VFX supervisor Joe Bauer says in the first behind-the-scenes featurette below. During "The Spoils of War", Jon took Dany into the caves (not like that) of Dragonstone to show her the dragonglass before he and Davos carve it up in their mining efforts. The Spoils Of War director didn't come out and explicitly confirm that Jaime Lannister survived, but he did very much insinuate it. On the other hand, it could also be Dany's most trusted advisor and BFF Missandei, who has been getting the taste of love lately thanks to Grey Worm.

The episode was directed by a first time "Game of Thrones" director Matt Shakman, who is popular for "The Good Wife" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." . There's Cersei, brooding in her bed, perhaps reeling in agony over losing her loot from the Highgarden, and maybe, her brother too.

Episode 4 was simply incredible, as it brought us the first massive dragon fight of the season.

Dracarys! A simple word which Daenerys uses on his dragons in order to attack her enemies.

"We wanted to make sure that the size of Drogon was reflected in the impact on the ground". It's a little out there but some people are convinced since Game of Thrones has never been known for its predictability.