Acting professional Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says the scripts for the eighth and last season of Game of Thrones are being placed under wraps from the cast to avoid any hacks.
The 47-year-old professional, who performs Jaime Lannister in the popular HBO series, says the manufacturers have become paranoid after plot details of the shows season seven were leaked online, reported Contactmusic.
“The first season we acquired the scripts as if you should have them and then you could sit and do records and stuff. And then after a couple of years, they received paranoid because there is some leaks so we had to have them only digital, over a PDF file.
“And then the hack took place, so now were not even heading to get the script. Now we will do a world, we are told whats heading to happen and then we rotate. Were all heading to possess earpieces for the picture and then someones heading to tell you the brand and then you’re going to do the series,” Nikolaj said in an interview with Scandinavian converse show Skavlan.
Game of Thrones season eight will film until summer season next year, with the six final shows of the series set to debut at some point towards the end of 2018 or in 2019.