The show is finally granted permission to shoot the pivotal scene on the streets of Dubrovik as long as naked Lena Headey doesn't show up at Church of St. Nicholas.
"Game of Thrones" has finally got the greenlight from the Croatian film commission to shoot Cersei nude scene. The pivotal scene will see the Queen Regent of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros walking fully naked from a church and onto the streets of King's Landing.
The scene was previously in jeopardy as the Church of St. Nicholas, where the scene would be filmed, has a strict policy against public displays of sexuality. The film commissioners, however, have now changed their initial ruling, giving a permission to the filming on the streets of Dubrovik as long as Lena Headey, who plays Cersei, doesn't film it at the church.
The show's producers, thus, have to compromise with the new term set by the film commissioners. Headey will now begin the naked scene on a fake church set.
In other "Thrones" news, Peter Dinklage and Ian Glen were recently spotted preparing to shoot a scene together on the Antrim set. The former actor plays Tyrion while the latter stars as Ser Jorah Mormont, revealing that the two characters will cross paths in the upcoming season 5. Tyrion, who escapes from his death sentence, no longer wears his fancy clothes as seen in the set photo.