Game Of Thrones, HBO’s popular drama series set on two fictional continents, is a mix of realistic battles, romance, politics, and family turmoil. This is where we will talk about the upcoming series “House Of The Dragon” and everything related to it. The show will bring GOT fans back over 200 years before the Iron Throne fell. It will detail the entire narrative of how the Targaryens used dragons to take control of Westeros. If you didn’t get it, don’t worry; we have got you covered in this department. I will briefly discuss GOT and its upcoming prequel, “House of the Dragon”.On October 5, 2021, HBO released the first teaser for the series. If you’re aware of it, you’re undoubtedly interested in the House of the Dragon release date. So, here’s the scoop on the release date and cast members, also, you will be well-versed in all pertinent facts.
Game of Thrones finished its eight-season run in May of this year, and winter has departed. HBO has begun developing five prospective Game of Thrones spinoffs to profit on the popularity of its most popular show. HBO had a wholly different notion for a spinoff set during the Age of Heroes at first. The project was abandoned after filming a pilot starring Naomi Watts. House of the Dragon, which was ordered for a full season in the autumn of 2019, is the first of the spinoffs in the works. Filming is still going on right now. So, after filming is over, we’ll have a clearer idea of when to expect the series.
Release Date Of House Of The Dragon
House Of The Dragon, the prequel to Game Of Thrones, will be released in 2022. House of the Dragon was granted a straight-to-series order in October 2019, with casting beginning in July 2020 and main production beginning in April 2021 in the UK. Given that HBO began teasing the show’s premiere in October 2021, the first half of 2022 is a possibility. HBO will host an official Game of Thrones fan convention in February 2022. Even though nothing has been disclosed so far, it’s a safe bet that they’ll have a lot to say about House of the Dragon shortly.
The Cast And Crew Details
House of the Dragon, written by Condal and based on Martin’s Fire & Blood novel, is set 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones and chronicles the narrative of House Targaryen, Daenerys’ dragonlord forebears. This new drama, like Game of Thrones, boasts a large cast of characters with whom viewers are bound to fall in love. Paddy Considine, who will play King Viserys, leads the “House of Dragon” cast. Matt Smith portrays Daemon Targaryen, Olivia Cooke portrays Alicent Hightower, Emma D’Arcy portrays Rhaenyra Targaryen, Eve Best portrays Rhaenys Velaryon, and Steve Toussaint portrays Corlys Velaryon. Although there are more well-known names on the list, these are the major characters of the ensemble.
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What Is “House Of The Dragon” About?
I believe we can fairly presume that Aegon’s Conquest will be the series’ first installment. The narrative of Aegon Targaryen’s takeover of Westeros, which took place 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, will be told in House of the Dragon. Aegon was, of course, a forefather of Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen. Aegon was a dragon rider, as were his two sisters-in-law. The Targaryen dynasty was founded when they conquered Westeros. The series’ title, House of the Dragon, comes from King Aegon’s nicknames of Aegon the Conqueror and Aegon the Dragon.
House Of The Dragon: Teaser
HBO has now released a furious one-minute trailer for the series. We’re hoping that after seeing this teaser, we’ll be able to relive the GOT experience. There will be drama, romance, battles, magic, dragons, and so on. The trailer contains the first glimpse at a large portion of the actors in costume, a lot of flames, and a voiceover from star Matt Smith as Daemon Targaryen stating, “Dreams didn’t make us kings, dragons did,” right as we see the Iron Throne. The Iron Throne has also been given a revamp and now seems to be far more monstrous than it did on Game of Thrones and far closer to what George R. R. Martin visualized when he wrote the novels.