Game of Thrones season 4 filming has officially concluded, and now all that’s left to do is to dream of spring…
After almost four and a half months of filming, Game of Thrones production assistant Cat Taylor has announced on Twitter that it’s a wrap on shooting season 4:
That's all folks. Wolf camera wrap on Series 4 of @GameOfThrones. Until next year!
— Cat Taylor (@CatonSet) November 21, 2013
The production officially launched on July 8 2013, and this year the Game of Thrones team has filmed across three countries: Northern Ireland, Croatia and Iceland.
But even though the production period is over, we’ve still got a long way to go until Game of Thrones season 4 premieres.
Now, the extensive and grueling post-production begins, where all of the magic is made: the SFX team will have their hands full creating the amazing special effects we all take for granted when watching the show – and who knows what exciting new elements season 4 will bring?
As of now, we still have no specific premiere date for Game of Thrones season 4 other than spring 2014 – but looking at past premiere dates, an educated guess would be some time in early April.
Game of Thrones season 4 will roughly span the second half of the third A Song of Ice and Fire novel, A Storm of Swords.
The first episode is directed by series creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, and picks up after the shocking deaths of Robb (Richard Madden) and Catelyn Stark (Michelle Fairley), and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke)’ freeing of the slaves.
Rewatch the epic season 3 finale scene:
Now, we anxiously await the first trailer for Game of Thrones season 4. Any theories about when it’ll hit?