A scene from the film.
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The first trailer for House of the Dragon, the hotly anticipated prequel to Game of Thrones, has been released.
Running for just over a minute, the clip gives fans a first look at several of the characters from the series, which is set to debut on HBO Max next year.
You can find the video at the top of this article.
House of the Dragon is set two centuries before the “the fall of the throne”, and features a cast that includes Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke and Rhys Ifans.
In the trailer, a voiceover can be heard saying: “Gods. Kings. Fire. And blood.
“Dreams didn’t make us kings. Dragons did.”
We are given a brief look at some of the characters, along with some snippets of action scenes.
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