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New 'Game of Thrones' Teaser Promises Icy Battle

New 'Game of Thrones' Teaser Promises Icy Battle

To tide the show's millions of viewers over, HBO has released a first look at the season with a Fire and Ice trailer. Game of Thrones, the hit HBO series is finally heading to its last segment and season. Will fire or ice prevail, and will that mean life or death for Westeros and beyond? It's a nice nod to the show's source material, George R.R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series. The clash and union of the two elements is a major plot point in the series.

There is nearly assuredly a bloody and epic final season coming in 2019 that will see many characters fall and the possible resolution of who deserves to sit on the Iron Throne. The ice then moves ahead and freezes over a dragon statue, the sigil of House Targaryen. It's a tease of a battle brewing between Dany, the North, the Lannisters, and the Night King we expect to occur next season.

The teaser dropped after the Comic Con experience in Brazil, where creators David Benioff and Dan Weiss were on hand to greet fans.

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From the south, a wall of fire creeps up the table and over the Westeros landscape, sending the lion pawn (House Lannister) up in flames.

Game of Thrones season eight kicks off in April 2019. So if the season is coming in the summer of 2019, a new trailer is expected to land before the new year.

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