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Watch: Game of Thrones' Iron Throne lands in Leicester Square
Game of Thrones fans will be able to take a seat on the Iron Throne as it's landed in Leicester Square to mark the 10th anniversary of the show's UK launch.
Isaac Hempstead Wright, who played Bran Stark in the fantasy epic, unveiled it as part of Leicester Square’s Scenes in the Square statue trail.
The fight for the Iron Throne was the central battle throughout all eight seasons of GoT, with Bran ultimately becoming King of the Six Kingdoms.
The actor said: “Couldn’t be happier to be back in London celebrating Game of Thrones! The show has been a huge part of people’s lives, so to see the Iron Throne in London’s iconic Leicester Square is fantastic.”
The unveiling coincides with the new 4K Ultra HD release of every season of the much-loved series, the first time individual seasons have been available to buy.
While the show ended in 2019, prequel series House of the Dragon which will focus on the Targaryen family is set for release in 2022.
Game of Thrones is the first TV show to be included in the statue trail, which has paid homage to big cinematic icons with Gene Kelly in Singing in the Rain, Laurel & Hardy and Harry Potter.
The statues will take up residence in Leicester Square for the next two years.
Polly Cochrane, WarnerMedia Country Manager for UK and Ireland, said: “We are delighted that The Iron Throne has joined some of the most iconic characters and actors in entertainment as part of the Scenes in the Square Leicester Square trail.
"Game of Thrones has been enthralling fans for 10 years and we are excited to continue to share its legacy with everyone as we look forward to the next chapter in the franchise.”
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