Watch the First Trailer for Recreation of Thrones Prequel Home of the Dragon


Home of the Dragon trailer has arrived — out of the blue. On Tuesday, HBO Max unveiled the primary teaser trailer for its first Recreation of Thrones prequel spin-off collection Home of the Dragon, as a part of its launch date announcement into Europe. (HBO Max arrives October 26 in Europe.) The primary Home of the Dragon trailer units up the collection’ setting — 200 years earlier than the autumn of the Iron Throne — when the Targaryens took over Westeros with the assistance of dragons. The one-minute Home of the Dragon teaser does not inform us a lot, however it does construct the temper of the collection.

“Gods. Kings. Hearth. And blood,” an unseen speaker says within the Home of the Dragon teaser trailer, whereas we’re proven glimpses of the first characters: the Hand of the King pin on Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans), Kign Viserys I (Paddy Considine) holding the sword and sitting on a throne, and his youngsters Prince Daemon Targaryen (Matt Smith) and Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy) on a seashore. There is a temporary glimpse of a Targaryen in fight, a tourney, and Otto’s daughter Alicent (Olivia Cooke).

“Desires did not make us kings. Dragons did,” the speaker returns as we see a Targaryen girl whose face we won’t see strode in direction of a a lot completely different Iron Throne than the one we keep in mind from Recreation of Thrones. This one is rawer, extra pointy, and there are swords welded into the bottom throughout it. That is mighty harmful, I have to say, particularly for any rulers predisposed to a drink. The primary Home of the Dragon trailer then wraps with a title card and reiterating its 2022 launch window.

Created by George R.R. Martin and Ryan Condal and primarily based on Martin’s Hearth & Blood e-book, Home of the Dragon is ready 200 years previous to the occasions of Recreation of Thrones. Whereas the e-book begins with Aegon I Targaryen’s conquest of the Seven Kingdoms of Westeros, Home of the Dragon is beginning off together with his great-great-grandson Viserys I. Which means Home of the Dragon will lead us very quickly into the famed civil battle often called the Dance of the Dragons.

Condal serves as co-showrunner alongside Recreation of Thrones veteran Miguel Sapochnik who will direct the Home of the Dragon pilot and extra episodes. Greg Yaitanes (Home), Clare Kilner (The Alienist), and Geeta V. Patel (Meet the Patels) may even direct episodes. Martin, Condal, and Sapochnik additionally function government producers on Home of the Dragon alongside author Sara Lee Hess (Home), Vince Gerardis (Recreation of Thrones), and Ron Schmidt (Watchmen). Yaitanes is a co-executive producer.

Home of the Dragon releases in 2022 on HBO and HBO Max. It’s going to seemingly air on Disney+ Hotstar in India, as HBO Max continues to be some time off from a neighborhood launch regardless of current experiences.


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