A new trailer for House of the Dragon has been shared. The series, which will cover 200 years of Game of Thrones, will be worth the wait.
A new trailer has been released for House of the Dragon, which fans of Game of Thrones and the Westeros world have been eagerly awaiting. The new production of the Westeros world, which will tell the story of a few centuries before Game of Thrones, will address the fractures in the Targaryen family.
There have been intriguing posts about House of the Dragon, which will tell the story of the civil war that torn apart the world of Westeros and the ruling Targaryen family. About two minutes of trailer; With dragons, dragon eggs and political intrigue, it doesn’t seem to frustrate GoT fans.
When will House of the Dragon be released?
The curious wait for House of the Dragon, which will tell the story of 200 years before Game of Thrones, is finally coming to an end. Game of Thrones focuses on the latest Targaryen’s struggle to recede the Iron Throne, while House of the Dragon deals with the events that led to Targaryen’s dethroning.
It’s worth noting that there are important details in the two-minute trailer. According to the trailer, King Viserys I Targaryen (Paddy Considine) chooses his firstborn daughter, Princess Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy), as his successor to the Iron Throne.
Miguel Sapochnik, the show’s Co-Producer, said earlier that the new series would evolve over the seasons and, over time, bring out its own tone. House of the Dragon premieres August 21.
The cast includes Milly Alcock, Eve Best, Emily Carey, Paddy Considine, Olivia Cooke, Ryan Corr, Emma D’Arcy and Matt Smith. The posters for the new project are as follows:
Based on George R.R. Martin’s Book of Fire and Blood, the series will be created by HBO Max. The series is co-created and executive produced by George R.R. Martin and executive produced and written by Ryan Condal, Miguel Sapochnik and Sara Hess.
It was also stated that less than $20 million would be spent on each episode of the series ($15 million per episode was spent on the final season of GoT).