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House Lannister Promises GAME OF THRONES Season 3
Are you ready for Season 3 of Game of Thrones? Yeah, I know. Season 2 hasn’t even hit HBO yet but people are already looking towards the future of Westeros. Charles Dance, who plays Tywin Lannister on the hit series, already has a few Season 3 tidbits to share.
Regardless of what your favorite movie genre is, you’ve probably seen Charles Dance somewhere. From the British TV mini-series The Jewel in the Crown to more modern hits like Underworld:Awakening, Neverland, and Game of Thrones, the actor has covered all the bases. While talking to entertainment journalist Bryan Reesman about his various works, Dance indicated that Game of Thrones Season 3 will start shooting in May or June of 2012.
While he didn’t elaborate on the schedule, recent rumors indicate that Season 3 and Season 4 may shoot back-to-back, which coincides with executive producer/creator David Benoiff telling fans at the 2011 San Diego Comic Con that the third book in the Song of Ice and Fire series, A Storm of Swords, is too big to do as one season. Personally, I don’t think this is a bad thing and I was actually wondering how long they’d be able to stick with the one-book-per-season-formula. Having the story stretch out through multiple seasons is preferable to leaving too much of the in-depth plot on the cutting room floor.