House of the Dragon is returning for its second installment, and HBO has released its first trailer. Debuted at this year’s Comic-Con Experience (CCXP) in Brazil, the footage teases a heartbroken Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy) preparing for the long-promised Dance of the Dragons, family Between the civil war that will decide who will succeed to the Iron Throne and molding the history of the Seven Kingdoms. However, season 2 will only be made up of eight episodes because creator Ryan J. Condal wanted each subsequent chapter to have a good beginning and end, rather than stretching the plot to the 10-episode limit.
The teaser trailer for House of the Dragon season 2 opens with a shot of a troubled Queen Rhaenyra looking out to sea and contemplating her next move as the fateful war rages on. “Mistakes were made in the hours following King Viserys’ death,” says Ser Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans), slyly ensuring that his grandson Aegon II (Tom Glynn-Carney) ascended to the Thorny Seat, thereby He got his last strength. For the uninitiated, the season one finale saw an unexpected death as Rhaenyra’s dreams of peaceful unification with her once-close friend Queen Aliscent (Olivia Cooke) are shattered when the former’s eldest child Lucerys Targaryen ( Elliot Grihault) and his dragon Arax were eaten. By Whagar, the giant dragon mounted by Prince Aemond. The Queen’s expression is quite reminiscent of Daenerys Targaryen at the end of Game of Thrones season 8, pointing to a reaction motivated by vengeance.
Although the conflict has now certainly become personal, there’s no turning back, the House of the Dragon season 2 teaser trailer still offers some hope for a peaceful reconciliation. “There is no war so abominable to the gods as the war between kin, and there is no war so bloody as the war between dragons,” once rightful heir Rhaenys Targaryen (Eve Best) as the war’s horrific scenes unfold. Countless soldiers will be killed by dragons and roasted to death. Meanwhile, Queen Alicent is too tired to deal with what she started, but is inspired by the outcome, which will establish her family as rulers for generations to come. The trailer ends with a clip of Rhaenyra entering the battlefield riding on her dragon Sirax and everyone is left in awe.
The second season sees most of the original cast return, including Matt Smith as Daemon Targaryen, Steve Toussaint as Lord Corlys Velaryon, and Fabian Frankel as Ser Kristen Cole, who played a young Princess Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock). All the people present during the wedding were murdered. Adapted from author George RR Martin’s ‘Fire and Blood’, House of the Dragon takes place approximately 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, serving as a history lesson on the Targaryen family, the royal lineage of dragon kings and queens. Is. The first season garnered eight Emmy nominations, including Best Drama Series, with the pilot episode attracting over 10 million viewers on Max – formerly HBO Max. Series creator Condal will be teaming up with GRRM and director Alan Taylor for future seasons of the show.
House of the Dragon Season 2 will premiere in the US summer of 2024 on JioCinema and Max in India, where available.
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