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Producer Peter Welter is not happy about the leaked pictures of “Game of Thrones” Season 7, he said in a recent interview. Meanwhile, a new report reveals the specific episodes that the directors will be helming this time around.

After pictures leaked from the set, revealing some of the biggest reunions and other events on the show, the cast and crew are not happy about the plot being ruined for the fans. Welter was particularly critical of the people who take photographs on the set and then leak it online, Watchers on the Wall reports.

“If you think you are doing a favor by posting a picture on Twitter of Jon Snow filming a scene, think again. All you get is to end the illusion of millions of followers,” Welter reportedly said in a recent interview. Filming at Zumaia, Spain was completed recently and many of the scenes filmed at this location leaked online.

The producers wanted to maintain the secrecy of “Game of Thrones” Season 7, and tried to negotiate with some of the residents in the area, Welter revealed. While some of the residents were accommodating, an agreement could not be reached with everyone. The producers knew that this could be a problem, but went ahead with the filming at this location anyway.

The leaks this time around are particularly significant because the TV series has raced ahead and overtaken the source material. So, even the fans who have read the books have no clue about what happens next on the show. Despite the leaks filming at Zumaia is said to have been a “fantastic” experience for the cast and crew, according Welter.

Meanwhile, a report by Watchers on the Wall reveals the episodes each director will helm for “Game of Thrones” Season 7. Jeremy Podeswa will helm the premiere episode and the finale. Mark Mylod is in charge of second and third episode. Matt Shakman will handle episode 4 and 5, and Alan Taylor will direct episode 6