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George R. R. Martin confirms House of the Dragon Season 2 is half done



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Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon just wrapped up filming in Wales, wrapping up all outdoor shots for the new HBO epic. Having already completed more than half of the project, filming will continue at Leavesden Studios through September. Luckily, House of the Dragon can still continue filming despite the writers’ and actors’ strikes.

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House of the Dragon Season 2 is half done

Game of Thrones author and House of the Dragon’s progenitor George R. R. Martin recently confirmed on his blog Not A Blog:

“One of the few shows till shooting is HOUSE OF THE DRAGON, as you may have read. That’s true. I am told the second season is half done. ALL of the scripts had been finished months before the WGA strike began. No writing has been done since, to the best of my knowledge. HOTD is shot mostly in London (and a little bit in Wales, Spain, and various other locations), which is why filming has continued.”

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Why House of the Dragon actors can continue filming despite the strikes?

Martin went on to explain how the show’s stars are required to continue filming despite the strikes, “The actors are members of the British union, Equity, not SAG-AFTRA, and though Equity strongly supports their American cousins (they have a big rally planned to show that support), British law forbids them from staging a sympathy strike. If they walk, they have no protection against being fired for breach of contract, or even sued.”

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