Cast member Nathalie Emmanuel teased that there will be more new characters in “Game of Thrones” Season 6. Production of the popular television series is expected to begin soon in Girona as the City Council met recently to discuss the production of the show in the Spanish city.
The TV series has already overtaken “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series, on which the show is based on. Speaking to DigitalSpy, Emmanuel (Missandei) said that she did not want to say much about what the fans can expect next as the viewers are not sure how the story continues.
Emmanuel said that the next season will have a “lot of momentum” and the viewers can supposedly feel that from the very beginning. The actress said that the fans will be seeing more characters next year and some of the characters who have not interacted before will get to interact for the first time.
Some of the main characters on the show were seen interacting for the first time in the previous season and Emmanuel said that this aspect of the show “kicks up more” in the next season. The actress added that “Game of Thrones” Season 6 was going to be “pretty exciting.”
Emmanuel got to work with her fellow cast member Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) for the first time in the previous season. She called the actor a “nice man,” who was “sweet” and she described working with him as “fun” and “a pleasure.”
Filming of the show is currently underway in Northern Ireland, and another unit of the TV series is expected to begin production in Spain soon. The City Council of Girona met recently and announced to the residents and the public on the Girona website that filming for the popular TV series will begin in the city from Aug. 30 and will go on till Sept. 16.
The “Game of Thrones” Season 6 filming locations in Girona have been announced to be Bishop Cartana, the Steps of Sant Marti, Claveria Street, Pia street, San Lorenzo street, King Ferdinand street, Placa dels Jurats, Steps of the Cathedral, Manaies street and steps of Sant Feliu. The City Council held the meeting to setup a two-way communication process to help the residents to adjust and facilitate the production of the show.