Hannah Waddingham Has Trauma From Filming Game of Thrones Scene

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“I was like, ‘Good job it’s for them because it was horrific,'” Hannah explained. “The reason why I don’t believe it’s touched yet, in terms of the cinematography for a series, is it’s just a different level.”

She added, “It kind of doesn’t matter when you’re in Thrones, because you just want to give the best.”

And considering the challenges of filming the show, Game of Thrones director of photographer Robert McLachlan previously shared some of the safety precautions they took to protect actors, including using safety cables for stunts and having a health and safety officer from HBO advise them on set.

“If anything, while the show has gotten bigger, in a lot of ways the running of it just gets smoother and smoother because everybody is so familiar with it,” Robert told Business Insider in an interview published in 2017. “Along with the amazing, collaborative, creative culture of excellence that’s fostered, it starts right at the top and it goes all the way down. It’s one of the most committed and professional and dedicated crews I’ve worked with.”



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