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Game of Thrones exhibit ‘Unknown Worlds’ held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany

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Art makes you see the world in a different view. However, one artist has dedicated his talent to show the world the hidden landscapes of popular novels. A few years ago, artist Sven Sauer curated Unseen Westeros, an exhibit where accomplished artists took a close look at the fictional world created by George R.R. Martin and painted their own versions of places we didn’t get to see in on HBO’s Game of Thrones, or even in Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books. Some of them include the Shadow Lands, the far country of Yi Ti and dragons over the Shivering Sea. This year the Unseen Worlds exhibit was held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany, which featured 60 new images created by 40 international artists who worked on Game of Thrones, Avatar, Star Trek, X-Men, The Avengers and The Chronicles of Narnia.

Los Siete Reinos has shared some images from the event, and they look spectacular.

Game of Thrones exhibit held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany

Asshai by Sven Sauer

Game of Thrones exhibit held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany

Sea of Chills by Jimmy P. Duda

Game of Thrones exhibit held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany

Game of Thrones exhibit held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany

Coloso Valyrio by Max Riess

Game of Thrones exhibit held at Frankenstein Castle in Germany

Frankenstein Castle in Germany

The Unseen Worlds exhibit took place over four days, starting on Thursday, July 15 till Sunday, July 18. It was hosted at Frankenstein Castle in Darmstadt, Germany. The artists were present there in person to answer questions, and there was also an audio guide.

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Daemon Targaryen knocks down a soldier in latest House of The Dragon photos

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Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is scheduled to be released in early 2022, and it seems they are going to make it in time looking at the speed with which HBO is wrapping things up. We are getting photos from the set every other day, and most recent leaks from Cornwall have revealed quite a lot of info that wasn’t known before. Recently, Matt Smith was spotted at a filming location in Daemon Targaryen’s attire, and he didn’t seem to be in a good mood.

Twitter account, House of the Dragon Brasil (@HOTDBr), tweeted several photos of the shoot, and a few of them show Daemon Targaryen throwing a tantrum at what appears to be a war council. Members of the Kingsguard and new injured extras (one of whom looks like he’s having a blast) were also present.

They also posted a video of House Velaryon holding a war council that includes Corlys Velaryon (Steve Touissant) and Daemon Targaryen, which supports the theory that these scenes take place during the War for the Stepstones.

In the video we see a royal messenger deliver some bad news to Daemon Targaryen, and his reaction is quite accurate to the Fire and Blood novel. He knocks down the soldier in rage and storms off the set.

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David Horovitch, Graham McTavish and Jefferson Hall among the 7 new actors to have officially joined House of The Dragon

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David Horovitch, Graham McTavish and Jefferson Hall among the 7 new actors to have officially joined House of The Dragon

Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is moving fast with its production, and we can expect a spring release in 2022. Most of the main characters have been cast, and HBO has officially declared who’s playing who in the much-awaited prequel. With set pictures leaking quite often on the internet, the fans are getting a glimpse of more cast members in action. Recently, seven new characters were officially announced by House of The Dragon’s Twitter handle, along with the actors who will be playing them.

Here’s the list of actors and their roles that have officially been confirmed by House of The Dragon:

Ryan Corr as Ser Harwin ‘Breakbones’ Strong : Harwin is said to be the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms. Ser Harwin is the eldest son to Master of Laws Lyonel Strong and heir to Harrenhal.

Jefferson Hall is Lord Jason Lannister: The Lord of Casterly Rock and twin to Ser Tyland Lannister. He also. Plays Tyland Lannister, a crafty and calculating politician, twin to Lord Jason Lannister.

David Horovitch as Grand Maester Mellos: He’s a voice of reason and trusted advisor to King Viserys.

Graham McTavish as Ser Harrold Westerling: Ser Harrold has served in the Kingsguard since the days of King Jaehaerys; he is a paragon of chivalry and honour.

Matthew Needham as Larys Strong: The younger son of Master of Laws Lyonel Strong, he’s brought to court by his father.

Bill Paterson plays Lord Lyman Beesbury: The Lord of Honeyholt and Master of Coin on King Viserys’s small council.

Gavin Spokes is Lord Lyonel Strong: He’s Master of Laws to King Viserys and Lord of Harrenhal.

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George R. R. Martin confirms the existence of 17 dragons in House of The Dragon

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Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon is one of HBO’s most ambitious projects yet. The show will be showing the events from the time when Targaryens were flourishing in Westeros, and so were their dragons, about 300 years ago. In a recent discussion with House of The Dragon showrunner Ryan J. Condal and David Mendel on their podcast, The Stuff Dreams are Made of, Game of Thrones creator George R. R. Martin confirmed the existence of 17 dragons on the show, at least in the first season.

George R. R. Martin confirms the existence of 17 dragons in House of The Dragon

Ryan Condal’s and David Mandel’s podcast about movie and television prop collecting has returned after a mid-season break, and it starts with a bang as Condal recruits none other than George R. R. Martin to discuss his own history as a collector, as well as just a wee bit of discussion of House of the Dragons at the end. Fans should find this one pretty interesting, in particular George’s feelings regarding the ideal adapters of his work going forward.

Discussion of Game of Thrones and House of the Dragon related matter begins around the 1 hour, 18-minute mark. If we will have 17 dragons out of the 21 that exist in the Dance of the Dragons period, we will possibly not see wild dragons in Season 1. Like Gray Ghost and Cannibal.

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