It all started when Kimmel asked her what it was like filming episode three, which took a record 56-days of shooting all night to capture. Since Daenerys mostly had her head literally in the clouds while riding Drogon, her parts of the episode were a bit easier to shoot. Why? As you might remember, Clarke doesn’t ride real dragons. Instead, she soars around a hangar on dragon-like contraptions in front of a green screen.
The rest of the cast’s experience shooting “The Long Night” was a little bit different.