Jul 18

How did this Dragon Skull end up on an English beach?

Tag: blinkboxblinkbox @ 1:21 pm

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In case you hadn’t noticed Game of Thrones Season 3, the most anticipated TV event of the year, made its debut this week at blinkbox.

We’ve been excited about this release for quite some time and to mark the occasion, we commissioned a group of sculptors to create a 9-foot tall dragon’s skull, just like the ones found in the dungeons of The Red Keep in King’s Landing.

On Monday, the finished ‘artifact’ was placed at Charmouth Beach in Dorset under the cover of night to ensure tourists and locals woke up the next morning to an unbelievable sight!
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To get a better idea of how this came about, check out this short ‘making of’ clip:

Since we buried the skull on Monday, the pictures have been picked up by news sources internationally! From the Metro to USA Today, we couldn’t be more surprised at the overwhelmingly positive way people have received this sculpture!

Game of Thrones Season 3 is now available on blinkbox priced at £17.99 (SD) and £23.99 (HD).

It is not available on our rival streaming services Lovefilm Instant, Netflix or iTunes.

3 Responses to “How did this Dragon Skull end up on an English beach?”

  1. Max says:

    Went down to Charmouth on the 20th June to see the skull. Was REALLY disappointed you have already taken it away. What a massive PR waste of time.
    I guess : Blinkbox & you missed it.
    :-(

  2. blinkbox says:

    We were hoping to keep out there longer, but the shifting tides had another idea!
    Hope you had a great day at the beach anyway!

  3. Ένας δράκος σε βρετανική παραλία - Viewz.gr says:

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