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George R.R. Martin explains key character absence from ‘House Of The Dragon’
House Of the Dragon season one.Throughout the first season of the Game Of Thrones spin-off, viewers saw various members of the Targaryen family through several iterations, with Emma D’Arcy and Olivia Cooke replacing Milly Alcock and Emily Carey as Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen and Queen Alicent Hightower, while Tom Glynn-Carney and Ewan Mitchell took over the roles of Prince Aegon Targaryen and Prince Aemond “One-Eye” Targaryen.However, fans had noted the omission of their youngest brother, Daeron Targaryen, who didn’t feature at all in the first season.Martin however, has since cleared up any confusion, explaining Daeron’s absence in his latest blog post.“Yes, Alicent gave Viserys four children, three sons and a daughter,” wrote the Game Of Thrones author. “Their youngest son Daeron is down in Oldtown, we just did not have the time to work him in this season.”Also in the blog post, Martin took the opportunity to praise the performance of actor Paddy Considine, noting that his portrayal of King Viserys was “more powerful and tragic and fully-fleshed” that his own written version.“Kudos to Eileen Shim, the scriptwriter, to Geeta Patel, the director, to our incredible cast… and particularly to Paddy Considine, for his portrayal of King Viserys, the First of His Name,” Martin wrote.“The character he created (with Ryan [Condal] and Sara [Hess] and the rest of our writers) for the show is so much more powerful and tragic and fully-fleshed than my own version in Fire & Blood that I am half tempted to go back and rip up those chapters and rewrite the whole history of his reign.He added: “Paddy deserves an Emmy for this episode alone.
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‘House Of The Dragon’ teases war and another time jump in episode eight trailer
HBO has released a trailer for the latest episode of House Of The Dragon, setting up what looks to be a dramatic conclusion to the first season of the Game of Thrones prequel.In the episode eight trailer, which you can watch below, we can see that the story has been thrust even further into the future with a second time jump, with Aegon, Aemond and Rhaenyra Targaryen’s sons all being recast with older actors.The first time jump came in episode six, with Emma d’Arcy and Olivia Cooke taking over as the adult versions of Rhaenyra and young Alicent. The two characters had previously been played by Milly Alcock and Emily Carey, respectively.Elsewhere in the trailer, we see Rhaenys sat upon the throne at Driftmark in the absence of her severely injured husband, Lord Corlys Velaryon aka The Sea Snake.In a voiceover, Matt Smith’s character Daemon remarks: “The Sea Snake has taken a grave wound in battle in the Stepstones.”Another character later adds: “Who will take the Driftwood throne?” suggesting Rhaenys’ time upon it could be short-lived.After seeing Daemon get his hands on a precious dragon egg, the trailer then ends on an ominous note, with Rhys Ifans’ Otto Hightower warning: “The threat of war looms.”You can watch the trailer below.Last week, Game Of Thrones author George R.R.
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'House of the Dragon' Teen Star Admits She Was 'Scared' to Film Awkward Sex Scene With Much-Older Co-Star
star Emily Carey, who plays young Alicent Hightower in the HBO series, says she was apprehensive about filming a cringe-worthy sex scene for the show. In Sunday night's episode, titled «King of the Narrow Sea,» Carey's character appears opposite her much-older husband -- King Viserys, played by Paddy Considine — in two intimate scenes. First, bathing him in a tub and, second, lying motionless -- appearing reluctant and disengaged — beneath him in bed while he has sex with her.Carey, who was 17 at the time she read the script and 18 at the time of filming, says in an interview with that she was initially «scared» of performing the scenes with the then-47-year-old Considine.«We have an intimacy coordinator who was amazing,» Carey told the outlet«Again, still being 17, the first scene that I read from the show was my sex scene and my intimacy scenes, that includes the scene where I'm bathing the king — anything that felt intimate was considered an intimacy scene, which I thought was great.»An «intimacy coordinator» is someone whose job is to choreograph simulated sex scenes on film and television sets while being mindful of the wellbeing of the actors involved. «But, it scared me, because at that point I still hadn't met Paddy, I didn't know how much of a joy he was and how easy he was going to make [the scene], and all I saw was, you know, a 47-year-old man and me, I was a bit concerned,» she continued.
Matt Smith - Ryan Condal - Olivia Cooke - Paddy Considine - Emma Darcy - Alicent Hightower - Rhaenyra Targaryen - Emily Carey - Milly Alcock - House of the Dragon faces major change as four stars replaced in upcoming episodes - dailystar.co.uk
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House of the Dragon faces major change as four stars replaced in upcoming episodes
Game of Thrones spin-off House of The Dragon are set to be replaced despite only being two episodes in.The show, which is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, follows the trials and tribulations of the Targaryen house which will eventually lead to the infamous Targaryen civil war.Matt Smith has taken on the role of the cunning Daemon Targaryen, brother to Paddy Considine, the troubled King Viserys on the hunt for a new heir and Milly Alcock as fiery, dragon-riding Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen.READ MORE: Matt Smith winced over number of sex scenes in Game of Thrones spin-off showHowever, following a time leap, Alcock is set to be replaced by actress Emma D'Arcy, known for her appearances in Truth Seekers and Mothering Sunday.Emma will take on the role of the white-haired princess who is the current air following the quick death of her baby brother.Princess Rhaenyra's best pal and now-stepmother Alicent Hightower is played by Emily Carey at the moment but will be replaced by Olivia Cooke as the plot skips forward in time.The actors playing the young cousins of Rhaenyra, Laena Velaryon and Laenor Velaryon will be replaced by Nanna Blondell and John MacMillan by episode five.Co-creator Ryan Condal revealed the child cast shake-up was agreed early on and despite being a "conceit" it works for the show.He said: "It's a conceit but I think it does work, having watched it a bunch of times."The people that are truly children in this are the ones that get recast. And the people that are already adults when we meet them, we age them up through hair and makeup and sometimes the actors change their voice," Ryan continued.
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House of the Dragon star Milly Alcock reveals she was discouraged from meeting Emma D'Arcy
Unlike its predecessor Game of Thrones, the spin-off/prequel House of the Dragon is already employing some sizable time jumps in the first two episodes.That news isn't terribly surprising given there are characters such as Rhaenyra Targaryen played by a younger (Milly Alcock) and older (Emma D'Arcy) version, with Alicent Hightower also played by two actresses - Emily Carey as the younger and Olivia Cooke the older.Alcock, 22, plays Princess Rhaenrya at just 15 years of age, though the actress revealed in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter that she was 'discouraged' from meeting D'Arcy before shooting. Younger: That news isn't terribly surprising given there are characters such as Rhaenyra Targaryen played by a younger (Milly Alcock) and older (Emma D'Arcy) version, with Alicent Hightower also played by two actresses - Emily Carey as the younger and Olivia Cooke the older Older: Alcock, 22, plays Princess Rhaenrya at just 15 years of age, though the actress revealed in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter that she was 'discouraged' from meeting D'Arcy before shootingThe Australian actress revealed that she had never seen Game of Thrones while she went through many rounds of auditions via Zoom, and revealed she was 'shocked' when learning how pivotal her role really was.'I was surprised.
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