Brace Yourselves, Jeremy Clarkson Will Drive Through The Set of Game of Thrones

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Fantastic news for die-hard fans of Game of Thrones and the old Top Gear team.
It appears that The Grand Tour’s first season will have a beheading or fracas Clarkson visit on the set of the popular series. The news comes from Andy Wilman, the Executive producer of The Grand Tour.

Apparently, Mr. Wilman was present at the Edinburgh International Television Festival, and he made a statement that announced that filming of the seventh season of the popular series was 90% complete, and that it is all in 4K resolution.

However, Wilman’s announcement regarding Game of Thrones is not the main reason you clicked on this story. As Digital Spy notes, Jeremy Clarkson will make an appearance on the set of Game of Thrones. Unfortunately for those that despise him, Clarkson will not be beheaded in a brutal scene of GoT.

Instead, Jeremy Clarkson will drive through the set of Game of Thrones for a scene that will be aired on The Grand Tour. At the time, it is unclear which part of the GoT universe will be Clarkson’s “track.”

If filming locations in the United Kingdom were the only ones considered, Jeremy could visit Castle Black, Winterfell, the North, The Wall, and The Iron Islands. Also, the Riverlands and the Vale of Arryn are close.

We believe that Clarkson will drive through King’s Landing, which is the capital of the Seven Kingdoms depicted in George R.R. Martin’s famous series. In the case of King’s Landing, the real-world set of this realm is placed in Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Also in Croatia, Clarkson could meet up with Emilia Clark, the actress that plays Daenerys Targaryen, which has a throne room in Mereen, represented by Diocletian’s Palace in Split, Croatia.

Unfortunately, we will not know for sure until someone leaks a picture of Clarkson on one particular location. We could also do this the old-fashioned way, through waiting to see it on The Grand Tour. We can only hope that fans of both series will be happy with the appearance.
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