“Game of Thrones” prequel series “House of the Dragon” begins shooting, will be launched on HBO Max in 2022.
HBO officially announced that the prequel serie “House of the Dragon” will start shooting in the UK.
Photos of the protagonists reading the script are also shared on the social media of the play, and HBO Max will be launched in 2022.
Focusing on the story of the Targaryen family will involve its famous bloody civil war “Dance of the Dragons”, about 200 years before the time of the “Game of Thrones” story.
Adapted from George R. R. Martin’s book “Fire and Blood”, jointly developed by Martin and Ryan Condal, HBO has pre-ordered 10 episodes of a season.
Directors include multiple episodes of “Game of Thrones” such as “Battle of the Bastards” director Miguel Sapochnik, etc.
Olivia Cooke (“Ready Player One”) as Alicent Hightower, the daughter of “the Hand of the King” Otto Hightower, the most beautiful woman in the Seven Kingdoms.
She grew up in the Red Fort and was close to King Viselis and his circle of confidants. She was gentle and elegant, but also had a strong political acumen.
Emma D’Arcy (“Truth Seekers”) plays Rhaenyra Targaryen, the king’s first child, a pure-blooded Valyrian, who is also good at riding dragons. “Many people would say that she is very talented, but she is not a man.”
Matt Smith (“Doctor Who”) plays Daemon Targaryen, the king’s younger brother, heir to the throne, an unparalleled warrior & dragon rider, carrying the blood of real dragons, “but it is said that every Targaryen family is born Gods threw a coin into the air.”
Paddy Considine (“Peaky Blinders”) as Viserys I Targaryen, was chosen to inherit the throne of Jehris Targaryen. He is a warm, kind, and decent man who wants to carry forward his grandfather’s will, but a good person may not be one. Good king.
Rhys Ifans (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) as the knight Otto Hightower.
Steve Toussaint (“Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time”) “The Sea Snake” Corlys Velaryon, a great navigator.
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