Revealed: Game of Thrones' dragons will be the size of jumbo-jets as director promises beasts will be bigger than ever in season 7
Game of Thrones bosses are promising dragons the size of jumbo jets in season 7.
The creatures are going to be more fearsome than ever, reports Entertainment Weekly on Thursday.
'The dragons this year are the size of 747s,' the director Matt Shankman told EW, adding: 'Drogon is the biggest of the bunch - his flame is 30-feet in diameter!'
Bigger than ever: Game of Thrones bosses are promising dragons the size of jumbo jets, in season 7
A 747 aircraft is about 230 feet long with a 210 feet wingspan.
Daenerys’ trio of beasts head to Westeros as part of the dragon queen’s invading fleet in the seventh season.
Following the seventh season this summer, which has just seven episodes instead of the usual 10, showrunner David Benioff confirmed that the eighth and final season will only have six episodes.
Slaying: 'The dragons this year are the size of 747s,' the director Matt Shankman told EW, adding: 'Drogon is the biggest of the bunch - his flame is 30-feet in diameter!'
He also revealed, during an appearance at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, that Ed Sheeran is set to make a cameo in the upcoming season.
The final season likely will air in 2018 and after that, Benioff acknowledged HBO might continue with a spinoff without himself and Weiss at the helm.
'I think HBO might well do [another series] and I look forward to watching it and I think it be great but I think they should get new blood in,' he said.
Giant scale! The creatures are going to be more fearsome than ever, reports Entertainment Weekly on Thursday
Much anticipated: Daenerys’ trio of beasts head to Westeros as part of the dragon queen’s invading fleet in the seventh season
The teaser trailer for the seventh season finally dropped on Thursday after fans watched a block of ice melt to reveal the premiere date via a Facebook livestream.
The clip featured dragons and battles and ends with Kit Harington's Jon Snow declaring: 'There is only one war that matters. The Great War. And it is here.'
Getting closer: On Thursday, HBO finally revealed that season seven of Game Of Thrones will premiere on July 16. The penultimate season only has seven episodes instead of the usual 10
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