Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Game Of Thrones - Season 2 Trailer

Following the second season finale of Boardwalk Empire, HBO have released a trailer for the upcoming second season of Game Of Thrones and it's looking like we're going to have another epic series on our hands and Cold Winds Are Rising. Warning: Spoilers ahead.

It's crunch time for Daenerys (Emilia Clarke) and Ser Jorah (Iain Glen). She's got an army to command, a kingdom to regain and three new dragons in her care. Filming pics have shown that she's got baskets for her little babies to sleep in. It'll also be a convenient way of making sure they're not in every episode.

Meanwhile Catelyn Stark (Michelle Farley) and Sir Loras (Finn Jones) seem to have forged an alliance of sorts as the former makes herself known to Renly. Here's hoping for Catelyn's sake, she does lose anyone else from her family at the hands of Joffrey as well.

Arya (Maisie Williams) isn't particularly having the best time of it either, what with an unfortunate haircut and being sold into slavery. Still, her fate is almost better than the one her older sister is enduring.

Sansa (Sophie Turner) and King Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) - if ever there was an unhappy pairing, it's probably them two at the moment. Here's hoping Joffrey gets his just desserts in the second season of the show.

Renly (Gethin Anthony) is back and he's a king but whether or not he can take down his tiresome nephew or not remains to be seen. As trailers went, this was a nice way of building anticipation for the new season.

Season 2 Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyuwGzYIAns

Game Of Thrones Season 2 will air on HBO and SkyAtlantic from April 2012.

1 comment:

Shaun said...

It seems that is has been years since the first season aired. With the second season getting ready to start in April, I figured I should get reacquainted with the surviving cast. One thing about Mr. Martin is he likes to kill people off. I remember seeing an interview with him that he said whenever anyone asks him about what is going on with a character he would kill that character off. I am more excited to see what happens with Daenerys and the dragons she hatched, that seems to be one of the more intriguing stories at the end of the first series. I have a coworker at DISH who is my movie geek, he also loved the first season and talks about it nonstop, that how I found out that the first season is still up on the HBO page at DISH online, I hadn’t looked for it and figured it would have been taken down like most series are. But Hey all ten episodes are there so tonight I can get back up to speed, which will still be totally lost, but just faster.