The trailer follows by a day the release of new key art for Season 7, the corpse-raising Night King.
Winter Summer is coming - and so is Game of Thrones!
The trailer also gives us our first look at the throne room in Dragonstone, the ancestral seat of House Targaryen. Maisie Williams' Arya finds herself in an "icy" encounter while Sansa is still holding down the fort at Winterfell and Jon has taken his place as the true King of the North. In an interview with Deadline, Showrunner David Benioff said that he didn't want Game of Thrones to be an ongoing show, where every season it's trying to figure out new storylines. The trailer shows Lena Headey, as Cersei Lannister, issue a warning by calling "enemies to the east, enemies to the west, enemies in the south, enemies in the north".
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However all of them appear to deny the very real looming threat of the White Walkers - all except Ser Davos Seaworth, who delivers an ominous warning to those in Westeros.
Could we have more than one epic battle episode to look forward to this season? The clip, while only 90-seconds long, packs as much action and suspense as a trailer for a feature film, and it contains just enough juicy details to satisfy us.for now, that is.
Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), has her own plans for R.R. Martin's 'World of Ice and Fire.' "I was born to rule the seven kingdoms, and I will", are her fighting words.