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Game of Thrones is bringing the House of Black & White & the Hall of Faces experience to San Diego Comic-Con 2016

HBO® is giving San Diego Comic-Con International 2016 attendees the chance to step inside the House of Black and White and experience the Hall of Faces by “becoming No One.”

Upon entering, fans will have their portrait taken and a custom app will render their Hall of Faces portrait and display the image onto one of the towers within the space using digital displays and experiential effects. Attendees can print their portraits on site as well as share the photo to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. After adding their likeness to the Hall of Faces, attending fans can peer into Melisandre’s Flames which features OC Dream hologram technology.

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Fans can also claim a seat on the Iron Throne, pose with Arya’s sword “Needle” and see costumes from Arya, Jaqen H’ghar and the Waif. The first 500 attendees each day will receive a free Funko Pop! Figure and a “Beautiful Death” poster created exclusively for Comic Con by artist Robert Ball. If you want to experience this Game of Thrones offsite event then make sure you queue up early to guarantee entry as once capacity is reached for the day, you will have to try again the next day. Be prepared to start queuing really early in the morning if you want to be one of the lucky first 500 attendees each day to receive a free Funko Pop! Figure.

Game of Thrones The Hall of Faces is open on a first-come-first-serve basis to members of the public with a valid 2016 San Diego Comic Con badge:
⦁ Thursday July 21st – Saturday, July 23rd from 11:00am – 5:00pm
⦁ Sunday, July 24th 10:30am – 2:00pm.

Where: 628 L Street (Across from the Omni Hotel) San Diego, CA

Don’t forget to check our social media as we will provide you a sneak peak of what to expect at Game of Thrones Hall of Faces before it officially opens to the public and of course for our other press coverage during San Diego Comic-Con this year.

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