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House of The Dragon Crew spotted filming in Cornwall




HBO is celebrating a decade of Game of Thrones as The Iron Anniversary. The month-long celebrations are currently underway. That being said, the television giant is gearing up to win back the audience it lost post-Game of Thrones era. House of The Dragon, currently the only prequel that is confirmed, is fast on its track for a premiere in 2022. The prequel show has reportedly started filming in Cornwall earlier this week.

Speculations began when a Warner Bros truck was seen at Cornwall. While further west, a set with a stone archway is being built. Several crew members were also spotted at different locations, as reported by Cornwall Live.


In Cornwall, locals today spotted lorries bearing the Warner Bros logo at Penhale Camp, near Holywell, Newquay. At Penhale, lorries with Warner Bros set lighting and rigging were seen, as well as several other vehicles including tractors and small off-roaders. Meanwhile, at St Michael’s Mount, crews of people could be seen building sets and up some scaffolding rigging film equipment.


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However, it was reported in October 2020 that House of the Dragons would be filmed in the UK, at Leavesden Studios, which is owned by Warner Bros. Season 1 of House of The Dragon will have 10 episodes. According to some rumours, a total of 5 seasons have been planned each with 10 episodes.

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