After church dispute, Game of Thrones to film major nude scene
The Catholic Church of St Nicholas is totally against nude scenes
A major nude scene will be filmed in Games of Thrones movie after a conflict threatened to end all producers’ plans, according to The Independent.
All the people who are keeping up with George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novel series are waiting for Cersei Lannister’s nude scene that will come up in season five.
The Catholic Church of St Nicholas is totally against nude scenes and so producers were banned to film such scenes in Dubrovnik.
Although opposed to the film called it “immoral” they managed to find a half way solution with the producers, according to TMZ.
The Independent reported that as long as producers do not film nude scenes in places of worship, they will be allowed to shoot Cersei walking naked through Stadun Street to the Sponza Palace.
The movie’s producers want to remain faithful to the details in the fifth novel in the popular series, A Dance With Dragons—so they decided to build a church set to shoot in.
"I'm not going to do it just for the sake of doing it," Martin told the Edinburgh International Literary Festival, according to The Independent. "If the plot lends itself to that, if one of my viewpoint characters is in a situation, then I'm not going to shy away from it, but you can't just insert things because everyone wants to see them."
Many movie fans are demanding more “explicit male sex scenes,” Martin added.
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