04 April, 2017
To say that fans across the globe are just waiting for the next Game of Throne season to air would be an understatement.
Kit Harington as Jon Snow in the official promo trailer for "Game of Thrones" Season 7. Jon Snow having reclaimed Winterfell back from Ramsay is the third end of the triangle. Although Cersei Lannister (Lena Heady) is peacefully reclining on the throne in the Red Keep, her position doesn't look stable.
The biggest takeaway from the trailer comes at the very end, when Cersei breathes on the Iron Throne - and icy vapors encapsulate the breath.
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Daenerys isn't the only one featured in the Season 7 trailer, though that would be just fine with us. Ever since its release, it has a massive worldwide fan following and has bagged various awards over the last couple of years. Truly, it is a long and risky walk for all the characters who want to sit down on the Iron Throne and claim it as their own.
Set to music artist James' track Sit Down, the three contenders for the Iron Throne are shown walking briskly and with objective down long hallways towards their individual thrones.
Daenerys (Emilia Clarke), meanwhile, appears to be at her ancestral home of Dragonstone, and sits on a throne seemingly made of driftwood, which would signal her new alliance with House Greyjoy. The trailer then offers an extreme close-up of a Whiter Walker's eye, suggesting that season 7 will finally see the White Walkers invade Westeros. The new season will premiere on July 16. Both season seven and eight are shorter than earlier 10-episode Game of Thrones seasons. "Wow, I was about to reveal something from Season 7 and thought, 'What am I doing?'"