'Game of Thrones' trailer shows a chill creeping into Westeros

'Game of Thrones' trailer shows a chill creeping into Westeros

As pointed out by our own Kim Renfro, "GoT" composer Djawadi Ramin's "Winter is Here", from the season seven finale, can be heard in the teaser.

The short and sweet clip below shows the heightened battle that is set to come between ice and fire.

The trailer shows a sweeping map of Westeros with a statue of a wolf being taken over by snow.

HBO released the new tease at the São Paulo Expo in Brazil for the Comic Con Experience.

Sometime in August this year, HBO released the first official footage from the hotly anticipated final season which showed an embrace between Jon and Sansa Stark.

'In the third part of the last season, there is a battle that the creators intend to be the biggest in television history.

Game of Thrones season 7 ended with the Night King breaking down The Wall by melting it with the dragon's fire.

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The eighth season will air on M-Net (DStv 101) in April 2019.

Renfro wonders if the two converging is representative of what happens when a wight-dragon fights a regular dragon. Apart from Valyrian steel, dragon glass can also kill White Walkers.

"Game of Thrones" returns to HBO in April.

"It was the first time that I was able to actually direct the premiere episode of the season, so I'm just nervous".

Game of Thrones which brings the story from George R.R. Martin's novels about the quest to claim the Iron Throne alive, is known for the twists and turns, ruthless killing scenes, unexpected deaths all wrapped up with emotion and drama. Follow along with all of our show coverage here.

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