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‘House Of The Dragon’: Showrunner, Ryan Condal Talks Season 2, & More [Bingeworthy Podcast] - theplaylist.net
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20.06.2024 / 17:11

‘House Of The Dragon’: Showrunner, Ryan Condal Talks Season 2, & More [Bingeworthy Podcast]

In this week’s episode of Bingeworthy, our TV and streaming podcast host Mike DeAngelo rides his dragon back to Westeros for “House of the Dragon.” The show premiered the first episode of season two on Max this past weekend and follows the internal war within House Targaryen 172 years before the birth of Daenerys Targaryen. The show stars Matt Smith, Emma D’Arcy, Olivia Cooke, Rhys Ifans, Fabien Frankel, Eve Best, Steve Toussaint, Ewan Mitchell, and more.

‘House of the Dragon’ Star Olivia Cooke Shot an ‘Animalistic’ Sex Scene That ‘Was Messy as F—‘ and ‘Disagreed’ When It Got Cut for Lacking Character Development - variety.com
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18.06.2024 / 22:09

‘House of the Dragon’ Star Olivia Cooke Shot an ‘Animalistic’ Sex Scene That ‘Was Messy as F—‘ and ‘Disagreed’ When It Got Cut for Lacking Character Development

Zack Sharf Digital News Director “House of the Dragon” star Olivia Cooke revealed to Elle magazine that she somewhat disagreed with showrunner Ryan Condel when he decided to cut one of her sex scenes from Season 2. The intimate scene was “carnal” and even “animalistic,” according to Cooke. “It was messy as fuck.

How the ‘House of the Dragon’ Blood and Cheese Murder Differs from the Book - deadline.com
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17.06.2024 / 19:23

How the ‘House of the Dragon’ Blood and Cheese Murder Differs from the Book

SPOILER ALERT: This post contains spoilers for Episode 1 of Season 2 of House of the Dragon.

‘House of the Dragon’ changes the books in shocking controverial ‘Blood and Cheese’ murder - nypost.com
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17.06.2024 / 02:07

‘House of the Dragon’ changes the books in shocking controverial ‘Blood and Cheese’ murder

Spoilers below for the first episode of “House of the Dragon” Season 2. The season premiere for the “Game of Thrones” spinoff’s second season, “House of the Dragon,” covered an infamous and controversial murder, known to fans of the books as “Blood and Cheese.” As Season 2 begins, Rhaenyra Targaryen (Emma D’Arcy) is the rightful heir to the Iron Throne, but her half-brother, Aegon (Tom Glynn-Carney), and his supporters have usurped her, and now both sides are at war over whether Rhaenyra or Aegon should be monarch.

Everything to know before watching ‘House of the Dragon’ Season 2 - nypost.com
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14.06.2024 / 17:01

Everything to know before watching ‘House of the Dragon’ Season 2

“House of the Dragon” returns for Season 2 on Sunday, June 16 (9 p.m. on HBO and streaming on Max). The show was a smash hit, with around 29 million viewers tuning in weekly.

‘House Of The Dragon’ star Fabien Frankel auditioned for George Harrison role in Beatles biopics - www.nme.com - county Harris - county Harrison - George - city Dickinson, county Harris
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14.06.2024 / 11:47

‘House Of The Dragon’ star Fabien Frankel auditioned for George Harrison role in Beatles biopics

House Of The Dragon star Fabien Frankel has revealed that he auditioned for the role of George Harrison in one of Sam Mendes’ upcoming Beatles biopics.Announced back in February, the four biographical films will each be told from the perspective of a different Beatles group member, and will intersect to “tell the story of the greatest band in history.”Previously, it was reported that Paul Mescal will portray Paul McCartney, Harris Dickinson will play John Lennon, Barry Keoghan will be Ringo Starr and Charlie Rowe will star as George Harrison. At the time of writing, these rumours have not been confirmed nor denied by Sony, which will be distributing Mendes’ films.Now, in an exclusive interview with NME, Frankel has revealed that he auditioned for the role of Harrison, but didn’t land the part.“I read to play George,” he said.

Nick Cave’s ‘The Death of Bunny Munro’ Rounds Out Cast With Sarah Greene, Johann Myers and More (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com
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14.06.2024 / 09:15

Nick Cave’s ‘The Death of Bunny Munro’ Rounds Out Cast With Sarah Greene, Johann Myers and More (EXCLUSIVE)

K.J. Yossman Nick Cave’s “The Death of Bunny Munro” has added “Bad Sisters” star Sarah Greene and “Without Sin’s” Johann Myers as it finalizes its cast. Greene and Myers are set to join previously-announced Matt Smith (“House of the Dragon”) in the show, which is a darkly funny yet tender examination of the relationship between a man and his son.

‘House Of The Dragon’ officially picked up for season 3 - www.nme.com
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14.06.2024 / 07:39

‘House Of The Dragon’ officially picked up for season 3

House Of The Dragon will return for a third season, HBO Max has confirmed.Last night (June 13), the streamer took to social media to announce that the hit Game Of Thrones prequel series House Of The Dragon has been renewed for a third season. It comes ahead of season two’s premiere this weekend (June 16).The Dance of the Dragons continues.#HouseOfTheDragon has been renewed for Season 3 on @StreamOnMax.

Sue Perkins apologises for misgendering ‘House Of The Dragon’ star Emma D’Arcy - www.nme.com
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13.06.2024 / 20:09

Sue Perkins apologises for misgendering ‘House Of The Dragon’ star Emma D’Arcy

Sue Perkins has apologised after misgendering Emma D’Arcy by accident last week.During a red carpet interview, the comedian was speaking with D’Arcy’s House Of The Dragon co-star Matt Smith, when she referred to the actor as “she”. D’Arcy identifies as non-binary and uses they/them pronouns.Smith subtly corrected Perkins’ mistake by saying: “I have to say, aren’t they brilliant? They are absolutely brilliant and you’re in for a real treat with Emma this year.”He continued to praise his co-star’s work saying: “It’s a really great performance.”Perkins has since addressed the mistake, and made a post to her official X account apologising for her error.She wrote: “It was a shitty mistake.

‘House Of The Dragon’ Renewed For Season 3 By HBO - deadline.com - county Liberty - county Clinton
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13.06.2024 / 17:27

‘House Of The Dragon’ Renewed For Season 3 By HBO

Ahead of Sunday’s Season 2 premiere, HBO has confirmed it has renewed House of the Dragon for a third season.

'House of the Dragon' Renewed for Season 3 - www.justjared.com
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13.06.2024 / 16:57

'House of the Dragon' Renewed for Season 3

House of the Dragon has been renewed for a third season ahead of the season two premiere!

‘House of the Dragon’ star Matt Smith corrects interviewer over co-star Emma D’Arcy’s pronouns - nypost.com
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12.06.2024 / 19:03

‘House of the Dragon’ star Matt Smith corrects interviewer over co-star Emma D’Arcy’s pronouns

“She gave you all the credit” for the scene.“I can’t take the credit, [but] I have to say, aren’t they brilliant?” Smith, 41, replied, using D’Arcy’s preferred pronouns they/them. “They are absolutely brilliant, and you’re in for a real treat with Emma this year.

Matt Smith corrects interviewer who misgenders Emma D’Arcy at ‘House Of The Dragon’ premiere - www.nme.com - Smith
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12.06.2024 / 17:25

Matt Smith corrects interviewer who misgenders Emma D’Arcy at ‘House Of The Dragon’ premiere

House Of The Dragon premiere.Smith and D’Arcy star in the returning Game of Thrones prequel series where they star as aemon and Rhaenyra Targaryen, respectively.During an interview at the House Of The Dragon season two premiere in London, Smith spoke to Sue Perkins on the red carpet about the upcoming season and the climatic moment in the season one finale where Daemon informs Rhaenyra about the death of her son, Lucerys.Perkins, who hosts Sky fan show House of the Dragon: War Room, used “she” pronouns when referring to D’Arcy. Perkins has spoken to D’Arcy earlier on the red carpet and told Smith “she gave you all the credit” for the scene.Smith replied: “I can’t take the credit, [but] I have to say, aren’t they brilliant?” Smith answered, using D’Arcy’s preferred “they/them” pronouns.

Matt Smith Used Emma D’Arcy’s Correct They/Them Pronouns After Interviewer Misgendered His ‘House of the Dragon’ Co-Star on Season 2 Red Carpet - variety.com - Hollywood - Smith
variety.com
11.06.2024 / 21:37

Matt Smith Used Emma D’Arcy’s Correct They/Them Pronouns After Interviewer Misgendered His ‘House of the Dragon’ Co-Star on Season 2 Red Carpet

Zack Sharf Digital News Director Matt Smith is being praised online for gently course-correcting a red carpet interview in which a reporter misgendered his “House of the Dragon” co-star Emma D’Arcy. Smith and D’Arcy star on the “Game of Thrones” prequel series as Daemon and Rhaenyra Targaryen, respectively.

Coronation Street star poses with rarely-seen son and famous husband at 'gorgeous' wedding - www.ok.co.uk - France - county Cheshire
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10.06.2024 / 22:31

Coronation Street star poses with rarely-seen son and famous husband at 'gorgeous' wedding

Coronation Street favourite Samia Longchambon has shared a string of rare snaps with her famous husband and young son after enjoying a family getaway.The soap star, who plays Maria Connor in Corrie, delighted fans with the new photos on social media. Samia, 41, headed to the South of France with her husband Sylvain Longchambon, 43, for a family wedding.The couple were joined by their son Yves, eight, on the trip. The actress looked incredible in a floral maxi dress which featured a contrasting polka dot frill neckline, paired with silver sandals.

‘House Of The Dragon’ Season 2 Review: ‘Game Of Thrones’-Level Intrigue Still Not Yet Achieved - theplaylist.net
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07.06.2024 / 17:33

‘House Of The Dragon’ Season 2 Review: ‘Game Of Thrones’-Level Intrigue Still Not Yet Achieved

“There are many pieces at play here, some of which you can’t see,” the cunning Hand to the King and member of the Green council Otto Hightower (Rhys Ifans, arguably the highlight of the series) says at one point in the second season of “House Of The Dragon” trying to assuage the anxiety and perplexity of a confounded character on the show. And it’s advice Hightower would do well to share with the audience, who often wonder what in blazes is going on.

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