New York City onlookers now get an incredibly realistic view of the show’s dragons thanks to a 3D billboard for HBO’s prequel series House of the Dragon.
A fire-breathing dragon terrorises onlookers in a new 3D billboard for the movie House of the Dragon in New York City. The new HBO series, which is based on George R. R. Martin’s book Fire & Blood, centres on the beginning of the end for the ruling House Targaryen.
The prequel series, which is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, puts a large cast of new characters into what showrunner Ryan Condal has called a struggle for the Iron Throne that is inspired by the Succession.
A 3D billboard in New York City has now been included in a film produced by House of the Dragon, allowing onlookers a closer look at the fire-breathing creatures. The billboard depicts one of the new dragons from the show emerging from the smouldering wreckage of a building in Times Square and looming over the street while screaming.
The video, which shows the flying reptiles turning around to breathe fire, gives some notion of the kind of havoc that they might cause when the new series premieres later this month. Look at the article below:
Even though Daenerys Targaryen eventually produced three dragons in the Game of Thrones season 1 finale, saving the animals from seeming extinction, their numbers had been decimated once more by the conclusion of season 8, with just Drogon remaining.
The last of the Targaryen dragons had grown to the size of an apple, as Tywin Lannister famously disclosed to his despotic grandson Joffrey, despite references to their formidable origins throughout the series.
Indicating how far the Targaryen dynasty is expected to decline in just 200 years, official photos and trailers for House of the Dragon promise some suitably enormous dragons.
Even while they are undoubtedly not the main selling point for a programme as stunning and intricate as Game of Thrones, dragons undoubtedly contributed. Fans will have a lot of options in the prequel when it comes to choosing and admiring one of the 17 fire-breathing reptiles, which is a challenging yet stunning beast to portray on the small screen.
HBO is probably hoping for a similar audience reaction to the animals in House of the Dragon after seeing how they caught people’ imaginations in the previous episode.