Game of Thrones Season 7, an overwhelming amount of main characters have come together to film in Spain

It looks like A LOT of major Game of Thrones characters are in Spain to film some Season 7 scenes. With this many characters all in one place, something big is definitely going down!

Filming for Season 7 of Game of Thrones is well underway and set photos have unveiled tons of epic meet ups. The most highly anticipated is Daenerys and Jon Snow's meeting. Can you say power couple? There were even some GoT Season 7 set photos of Jon meeting Drogon. If this is real then Dany and Jon's relationship has certainly moved quick for Daenerys to be showing Jon her fire babies.

Whether you like their relationship or not, there's also the reunion between Jorah Mormont and Daenerys to look forward to, as revealed in some recent photos from the Season 7 set. We are definitely not rooting for Jorah and Dany to get together, but we're happy to see that Jorah is still alive in the upcoming season. As exciting as these photos are, we can't help but feel that they're too good to be true and are giving all the major spoilers away. Which leads us to believe that the cast and crew may just be messing with fans by having different characters interact on set together.

Game of Thrones Season 7 filming has moved to Seville, Spain, which is especially exciting because many of the actors are there. Thanks to our friends over at Watchers on the Wall, we know that the actors who play Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Theon Greyjoy, Davos Seaworth, Jaime Lannister, Jorah Mormont, Brienne of Tarth, Euron Greyjoy, the Hound, Bronn, Podrick and the Mountain have all been sighted in Seville. That is quite a lineup!

Cersei actress Lena Headey and her character's right-hand man Qyburn, played by Anton Lesser, are also expected to turn up, along with the rest of Daenerys' crew - the actors who play Tyrion, Missandei and Varys. This huge amount of characters all been in the same place at the same time has never happened before, so we think it's safe to assume that something big is going down. WotW believe that the actors have all convened to film the dragonpit scene in Spain's amphitheater of Italica, which will definitely be epic. Are you excited to see all these characters in the same proximity to one another?

Source: Watchers on the Wall