Game of Thrones star says cast won't get scripts for season 8

'Game of Thrones' cast gets no scripts, star says

'Game of Thrones' cast gets no scripts, star says

The security level on "Game of Thrones" is turning up to 11.

In an appearance on a "Scandinavian chat show" called Skavlan, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau-who plays the one-handed, formerly hot, now sad, sister fucker Jaime Lannister-reportedly said that this year, the actors won't even be able to see a script with their own eyes.

"It's very secret now", he said. Please. I beg of you.

"The first season we got the scripts like you should get them and then you could sit and do notes and stuff", he says. "And then after a couple of years, they got paranoid because there [were] some leaks so we had to get them only digital, on a PDF file".

"And then that got a little worse so they had to do these verified emails".

"Now we're not even going to get the script". At an appearance on the Scandinavian chat show "Skavlan", Coster-Waldau revealed the unprecedented measures now being implemented to plug any leaks of top-secret story details during filming of the series' final season. We're all going to have earpieces for the scene and then someone's going to tell you the line and then you're going to do the line.

During the show's broadcast of series seven scripts were released after a hacker breached HBO's computer network and, in a separate incident, an episode was published online before its air date.

OK, so, Coster-Waldau is probably joking, since his co-star, Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth), told IGN that he's read most of the scripts.

"Why would you want to spoil it for yourself?"

Game of Thrones recently wrapped up its penultimate seventh season, which saw the show ramp up into legitimate summer blockbuster territory, as the long scattered characters and storylines began to converge to take on the mounting threat from the Night King and his army of White Walkers.

The HBO series is filmed in Northern Ireland, Iceland and Croatia.

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