The much awaited final 8th season of Game of Thrones is upon us an damn, there have been some amazing bullet journal spreads to celebrate! The incredible creativity of these spreads left me in awe, and if you havent already you can check out or movie section in our a-z of spreads which covers off other magical shows like Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Marvel and DC Comics, Studio Ghibli and more!
So, as someone who (I know I know) hasn’t seen the series, after posting this post, I will make it my mission to watch them all so I can at least participate in the conversations!
6 Fun Facts you probably didn’t know about Game of Thrones
So I thought I would learn more about GOT and in doing so added a list of things you might not have known too! Add these to you future GOT Spreads!
- Charles Dance found Lord Tywin’s treatment of his son appalling. In fact, so appalling that Dance kept apologizing to Dinklage between takes.
- Although Sansa’s direwolf Lady saw an untimely end in season 1, the dog who played the well-behaved beast survived the ordeal. Sophie Turner, the actress who plays Sansa, asked her mom to adopt the pooch after the filming was done and before she knew it, the Mahlek Northern Inuit pup named Zunni found a loving home with the Turner family.
- Kit Harington and Rose Lesie, cast members who play Jon Snow and Ygritte, were wed to each other on June 23, 2018 in Scotland. They fell in love while playing the dynamic couple on-screen and he popped the question in September of 2017.
- One of the most iconic scenes in season 1, where Daenerys eats a heart of a stallion at Vaes Dothrak, was actually less brutal and more funny in real life. Actress who brought Dany to life, Emilia Clarke, says that while eating the heart was absolutely disgusting, and she was reaching for a bucket between each take, the funny part was her getting stuck to the toilet as she was covered in fake blood that was very sticky
- Thomas Brodie-Sangster was 22 when he was cast as 13-year-old Jojen Reed.
- In the year 2012, around 160 baby girls in the U.S. were legally named “Khaleesi”, after the character in the show, although it is not the character’s name, Daenerys, but a title that is an equivalent of ‘queen’ in Dothraki language.
48 Awesome Game of Thrones Bullet Journal Spreads