In a featurette which highlights the amazing landscape of Belfast, northern Ireland, a bloody Jaime Lannister is seen being mercilessly dragged through the mud by the army of the Stark Family.
In anticipation of the upcoming "Game of Thrones" season 2, two new featurettes have been unleashed by HBO. Titled "In Production - Belfast", one of them teases how Jaime Lannister, who is caught by the Stark family at the end of the first season, lives his life as a captive.
Beside teasing what to expect from the TV series when it comes back next year, the on-set video also features co-creator David Benioff and location manager Robert Boake talking about shooting in the northern Ireland which is famous for its stunning beauty of nature.
Michelle Fairley and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, who play Catelyn Stark and Jaime respectively, also voice their thought about the set. While the former notes the beautiful landscape, the latter is particularly fond of the part when he has to film a scene in the mud.
In the second featurette, stunt supervisor Paul Herbert; assistant stunt Coordinator Dave Forman, and sword master C.C. Smiff discuss the challenges of creating epic battles for the TV series. The rehearsals for the scenes are previewed along with the type of weapons used for them.
The new season of "Game of Thrones" will debut in April 2012. It will pick up where the previous season left off, and witnesses the Stark family as they are seeking revenge for Ned's execution.