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Game of Thrones Cast Angry at Online Leaks

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - The first episode of Game of Thrones' season 7 has not aired, but paparazzis managed to leaks photos of several scenes online, angering its cast and crew.

"I get so angry about it, like, we all do," Jon Snow actor Kit Harington told Entertainment Weekly.

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Producers felt like they were robbed off the show's element of surprise, which they thrive for. Unfortunately, several websites have provided synopsis for several upcoming episodes. 

Adian Gillen, who plays Littlefinger, was also upset with the leaks. "I’d never say anything to anybody — even my closest family members. I take security very seriously," Aidan said. 

Another Game of Thrones actor Conlith Hill said the spoilers written by the websites are not accurate. "They get it all wrong anyway. They’ll take a photo between two actors between shots and say they’re in a scene together."

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