HBO has all started to develop its Game of Thrones prequel. The community has all started casting for its long-awaited collection House of the Dragon.
The network announced the new series on October 29, 2019, during an investor event for the HBO Max streaming platform. Martin and Colony co-producer Ryan Kondal came up with ideas for the show; Kondal will split Shoyner’s duties with popular Game of Thrones director Miguel Sapnick, who directed major battle scenes in essential episodes like “Hardhome” and “Battle of the Bastards.” Sapochnik will direct several episodes, including the pilot for the series.
The expected release date of the House of Dragons:
House of the Dragon replaced HBO’s previously announced project starring Naomi Watts, in which a pilot was filmed and then aired in 2019 (sometimes referred to as the Bloodmoon series, in Northern Ireland). A code name was placed on the signage during filming. The show would not be titled The House of the Dragon is scheduled for 2022.
The cast we can witness in the House of Dragons:
There isn’t any description of who will super mega-celebrity withinside the by-product series. But the international appeal of the original series is sure to appeal to many of the biggest players in the business.
Additionally, Game of Thrones stars many destiny actors consisting of Emilia Clarke, Sophie Turner, and Kit Byington. So maybe the new show will bring in some new acting talent again.
The expected storyline of the House of Dragons:
One of the first details published about the House of the Dragon refers to its plot; As you can probably glean from the name, the prequel series will focus on the Targaryen family, which viewers remember thanks to the young queen Daenerys Targaryen in the original series. However, as Danny and other characters are often mentioned in Game of Thrones, the Targaryen family has a rich and complex history, which seems poised to explore the House of the Dragon.