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Photos: L.A.'s Iconic Disney Hall Went Full 'Game Of Thrones' Last Night

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Winter is here, at least at downtown Los Angeles' Walt Disney Concert Hall. The Frank Gehry-designed building went full Game of Thrones Wednesday night, as images and video were projected on the building in honor of the HBO show's Season 7 premiere. Westeros took a temporary place in the L.A. skyline, with the imagery dancing across the iconic building's sweeping, curvilinear facade.

Perhaps the fire-breathing dragon should be a permanent addition?

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Legions of stars (including our favorite celebrity couple Patton Oswalt and Meredith Salenger) filled the home of the L.A. Philharmonic for the premiere and afterparty, which also featured a short concert from the Game of Thrones orchestra. Here are some stills and videos of what one of L.A.'s most notable architectural landmarks looked like in full GOT regalia:

The seventh season of Game of Thrones premieres on July 16, 2017.

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