Last night, the result from UK referendum shocked the global market. More than 51% of the votes went for LEAVE. This choice is made by 46 million people which accounts for more than 70% of the total population of UK. The global market was shocked by this outcome and everyone is suffering from the Brexit. London's FTSE 100 index took a swift drop in excess of 8% to down about 5%. Germany's DAX off by 6.3%. Nikkei in Japan dropped nearly 8%. And DJX went down more than 500 points earlier in the Friday morning.
However, these responses from the global financial markets would not be the most serious one. The UK will take almost 2 years to complete the process of leaving EU which leaves enough time for all parties to get well prepared. The economy will get restored after the panic but something else clears doesn't get this promising future.
More than 17.3 Million likes on Facebook page. Twitter and Instagram have 3.2M+ and 1.6M plus followers. YouTube has 15M+ subscribers. All the fans around the world are long for Game of Thrones new episode. The funding problems from Brexit would slow the process of production for Game of Thrones. This winter would be so harsh for the fans. They don’t care about UK’s choice but would be really pissed off if they can’t watch the new episode on Sunday.
It will be much more difficult for HBO's smash hit series to film because Northern Ireland provides the backdrop for the show's dramatic scenes, including the Battle of the Bastards from last week's episode, and EU helps subsidies the cost of production. Brexit now forces HBO to seek more money because the current funds would potentially dry up.
According to Foreign Policy, the European Regional Development Fund contributes to the cost of filming the big budget series on location in Europe. Those locations include Spain, Croatia and Malta in addition to Northern Ireland, where scenes from Winterfell and other parts of the North are shot. In the event of Brexit, the fund, which is designed to boost the European economy, would be unlikely to continue to foot a portion of the bill for filming there.