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Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin teases fans about House of The Dragon’s release date

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Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is currently a hot topic amongst fantasy lovers all over the world. Things have just become more interesting after HBO and HBO Max Chief Content Officer Casey Bloys recently confirmed the highly awaited prequel series has finished production, and very soon we might get a release date and a full trailer. And it looks like Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin is having fun teasing the excited fans who are anxiously waiting for any news regarding the release/trailer date.

 
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Martin wrote on his blog Not A Blog:

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“Many of you reading this are fantasy fans, I know. Waiting for WINDS OF WINTER, I know, I know… but looking forward to the new TV shows as well. RINGS OF POWER on September 2, and HOUSE OF THE DRAGON on… well, you will know soon. It’s only March, though. What should you watch in the meanwhile?”

“I recommend THE LAST KINGDOM, based on Bernard Cornwell’s Saxon tales of Uhtred son of Uhtred. The new season just went up, and Parris and I gulped it down in two days. No, it is not fantasy, there is a notable lack of dragons and magic… but there are lots of battles and betrayals and swordplay, all that stuff. And Uhtred is a warrior who could give the best of Westeros and Middle Earth a fight. A good show, and we will miss it… but we have a feature film to look forward too, at least… and Cornwell has a new Sharpe book out too.”

Does he mean House of The Dragon’s release date will be out soon? But how soon? Or is he just talking about the trailer? Talk to us in the comments below!

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