Who doesn’t know or watched Game of Thrones seasons and their episodes! the greatest historical and fantasy tv series on its seventh season brought more challenges to the action cast of the 4th Episode, a fury unleashed on the Loot Train Attack scenes.
Behind The Scene Video
The Behind the Scenes video, showcase these challenges from the perspective of the cast and crew who worked on the dragon fire attacks scenes, thus it is important to mention that a world record has been set for most stunts actors been burned in a single shot, which exceeded the number of 20 actors.
A props worker Peter Marley explained the difficulties the production design team faced through the episode. “Because the entire sequence is a wagon train,” he elaborates, “it involves 27 wagons and we have to reshuffle the entire set constantly, which means dressing 180 degrees or 360, depending on the camera movement.”
Now speaking of the dragon movement shots, the Game of Thrones showrunners were thinking on how to simulate the incredible footage of Daenerys Targaryen’s torrential air attack was through fast camera movements. so what they did they used two different camera types one is Spidercam a camera rigged to a cable run between two construction cranes that can be moved up to 80 kph from one end to the other; and a FlyCam, a horse-powered drone to get shots at a much faster speed than a regular drone.
Watch ‘Game of Thrones‘ Behind the Scenes Video