The Game of Thrones Prequel ‘House of the Dragon’ filming will start in April, confirms HBO.
According to Deadline’s report, the broadcasting network, which is the home of Game of Thrones, revealed this big news on Wednesday during a Television Critics’ Association panel.
George R.R. Martin and Ryan Condal are the co-creators of House of the Dragon, and Miguel Sapochnik will be the co-showrunner alongside Ryan Condal.
According to Deadline, during the pane Casey Bloys (HBO and HBO Max Chief Content Officer) said,
Casey Bloys is waiting to be vaccinated for the Covid-19 so that he can set abroad. He also said that pre-production is “all moving ahead, and we are excited about that.”
The prequel series will comprise 10-episodes, and the story will be based on the Targaryen civil war, which took place about 300 years before the events portrayed in Game of Thrones. Paddy Considine will be playing the role of King Viserys Targaryen.
According to the official character description for King Viserys,
The concept art for the new dragons that will feature in the series was released last December. It shows two dragons, one of them has dark red scales, whereas the other is an orange dragon.
While Discussing the prequel, Casey Bloys added,
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