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Why Milly Alcock is sure to be House of The Dragon’s breakout star
Milly Alcock was one of the first stars to grace the screen when House of the Dragon debuted and fans are certain she’s set to be one of the show’s biggest breakout stars.WATCH: House of the Dragon official trailerBut who is the young actress when she’s not sporting a white-blonde wig and flying around on dragon back as Rhaenyra Targaryen?The Aussie actress is no stranger to streaming and you may have even spotted her before on some other big TV hits.Keep reading for everything you need to know about House of The Dragon’s breakout star – and our new favourite TV Targaryen – Milly Alcock.Catch up on all the episodes of House Of The Dragon Milly stars in on BINGE, as well as on Foxtel.Milly Alcock as Rhaenyra Targaryen in House of the Dragon.Born on April 11, 2000, Milly is just 22 years old but already has an impressive acting career under her belt.The striking young actress was born and raised in Sydney, New South Wales and still has her signature Australian accent despite appearing in several US productions.Like many aspiring young Aussie stars, Milly attended Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts until she *gasp* dropped out in 2018. But she wasn’t being rebellious – Milly actually dropped out to take a role in the Australian drama series Upright alongside Tim Minchin.Milly dropped out of Sydney’s Newtown High School of the Performing Arts to take a role in Upright.Not even close! Before landing the role of young Rhaenyra Targaryen in House of The Dragon, Milly starred in a series of Australian projects as well as a few abroad.After a few presenting and background roles, Milly landed multi-episode jobs on shows like Janet King, A Place To Call Home and The Gloaming.
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 on more central role of women after ‘Game Of Thrones’: “It wasn’t an accident”
House Of The Dragon star Emma D’Arcy has spoken about the more central role of women in the new Game Of Thrones spin-off.The star, who is non-binary, plays the role of female Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen in the new prequel show, and spoke to NME about the series.When asked about a quote from co-star Steve Toussaint where he spoke about being able to tell that House Of The Dragon has been made post-MeToo given the more central role of women, D’Arcy suggested it was not “any accident”.“[Showrunners] Ryan [Condal] and Miguel [Sapochnik] spoke very clearly and determinedly to both of us, even in the midst of the audition process in saying that this is a story structured around two women,” they said.“And Miguel says a nice thing about that being a good enough reason to return to Westeros, which is a universe that requires such respect that he needed a good enough reason to brave the return journey.”D’Arcy and fellow star Olivia Cooke also spoke about what will surprise people most about the series, the latter admitting how “intimate” it is.“It’s such an intimate excavation of this one family,” Cooke said. “There’s a real closeness.”D’Arcy added: “Within that family environment, the show is quite brave and exacting in its investigation of how sort of structural the patriarchy is.“There’s a fundamental groundwork within even a family unit.
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House Of The Dragon premiere lights up social media as fans share reaction to prequel series opener
House Of The Dragon premiered on Sunday on HBO and the prequel fantasy series drew a strong reaction on social media from tearful fans who were excited to finally see the anticipated spin-off series air.Twitter lit up after the premiere episode titled 'The Heirs of the Dragon' introduced the setting and main characters of the show set 200 years before the events of the highly popular series Game Of Thrones.The premiere episode set up a succession drama as King Viserys I Targaryen named his eldest daughter Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen as heir to the Iron Throne over his troublesome brother Prince Daemon Targaryen.One Twitter user noted that within the first 25 minutes of the first episode in the ten-part series, viewers saw a 'crazy power hungry relative', a death, a 'wagon of body parts cut off' and a sex scene. Fans were left in tears as the prequel which is airing four years after Game Of Thrones concluded in May 2019 following eight seasons on HBO.One avid fan tweeted: 'i’m genuinely in tears house of the dragon was so good it not only reminded me how much i love daenerys and game of thrones lore but how much we’ve been in need of real REAL television again.'  Series premiere: House Of The Dragon premiered on Sunday on HBO and the prequel fantasy series drew a strong reaction on social mediaThe opening episode followed the Targaryens as Daemon was banished by King Viserys when he learned that his younger brother mocked the death of his son Baelon, who died only hours after his birth that also claimed the life of Queen Aemma.King Viserys became outraged after learning that Daemon during a celebratory speech after becoming the heir apparent referred to Baelon as 'The Heir for a Day.'  A popular Twitter meme showing a
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House Of The Dragon final trailer: Clip titled Fire Will Reign is released
HBO has stoked the interest in its new series Game Of Thrones: House Of The Dragon series with a new promo, called Fire Will Reign, days before the show's Sunday debut.The 45 second final trailer for the Game Of Thrones prequel is full of action and Paddy Consadine, 48, who stars as King Viserys Targaryen announces, 'The threat of war looms.' There are several scenes of upcoming battles as the Targaryen clan fights over who should be the successor to Viserys' throne.  Teaser: HBO dropped a new teaser trailer, Fire Will Reign, on Thursday ahead of the House of the Dragon debut. Matt Smiti has Prince Daemon Targaryen and Emma D'Arcy as  Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen battle to be next on the Iron Throne Should it be his brother, Prince Daemon Targaryen, played by Matt Smith, 39, or his daughter, Princess Rhaenyra Targaryen, played by Emma D'Arcy, 30? Fire breathing dragons make their way through the kingdom as Rhys Ifans, 55, points out as Otto Hightower, 'The gods have yet to make a man who lacks the patience for absolute power, Your Grace.' The promo begins with the voice of Viserys Targaryen.'The road ahead is uncertain, but the end is clear.'Viserys added, 'We are better defended… by whomever may dare to challenge us.'The highly anticipated series, which is based on George R.R.
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