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Nov 08, 2016 08:31 AM EST

‘Games Of Thrones’ Season 7 Update: Entire Plot Revealed! Cast Continues to Shoot At Trujillo Castle [VIDEO]


The cast and crew of "Games Of Thrones" Season 7 just wrapped up filming in Italica and are currently relocating to Caceres. There are several rumors and spoilers that were released recently, but this week, there were speculations that the entire plot for the season has been revealed.

Concourse reported that a Reddit user, awayforthelads, just gave away very detailed plot and spoilers for "Games of Thrones" Season 7. The account was later deleted with all the details, but others who already read the post was able to repost it and some even have screenshots of the spoilers.

Some of the things revealed were Sansa is really going for Littlefinger, who is planning to use an old letter to put a wedge between Stark sisters. It also revealed a bit more about Jon's play this season. As it turns out, Jon wants to focus on protecting his territory, and if it means cozying up to Cersei and Dany, he's willing to do it.

So far, for "Games of Throne" Season 7, rumor has it that there's going to be a big war with two sets of armies, and of course, majority of the major characters are involved. Lastly, there's going to be a dragon.

It is believed that preparations of the Trujillo Castle are currently on its way. As reported by Watchers On The Wall, there's going to be at least one week preparation. Filming is rumored to be happening on Nov. 14 to Nov. 16.

After that, the cast and crew of "Games of Thrones" Season 7 is going to continue shooting in Malpartida, specifically in Los Barruecos, in a private estate known as Las Breñas. The cast and crew will apparently use the estate for filming starting this month until probably the middle of December.

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