In the most recent "GoT" update, the "Game of Thrones" head shared to the fans that dragons with the size of a jumbo jet are going to make an appearance in season 7. They have also assured that these mystic creatures are going to be more fearsome than before, as they make their marks in the hit HBO series.
Massive-sized Dragons To Appear In "GoT" SE07
According to Daily News UK, "Game of Thrones" director Matt Shankman confirmed that the dragons this year are going to be the size of 747s. He also added that Drogon is going to be the biggest of the bunch and his flame is going to be 30-feet in diameter. Just to let most people know, A 747 Jumbo Jet aircraft is about 230 feet long with a 210 feet wingspan.
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Daenerys Targaryen's trio of beasts is now headed towards Westeros, as part of the dragon queen's invading fleet in the seventh season of the series. Following the seventh season this summer, which has been reported to have seven episodes only, instead of the usual 10. Showrunner David Benioff has also confirmed recently that the eighth and final season will only have a total of six episodes.
Ed Sheeran's Appearance In "Game Of Thrones"
Benioff also revealed during an appearance at the Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, that singer Ed Sheeran is going to make a cameo role in the upcoming season. According to NY Daily, the final season will likely air in 2018. Benioff acknowledged that HBO is planning to continue with a spin-off that will not feature himself and Weiss at the helm.
The teaser trailer for the seventh season featured a block of ice melting to reveal the premiere date through a Facebook live stream. "Game of Thrones" Season 7 will officially air on July 16, 2017.