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House of The Dragon director claims Season 2 has some “really interesting episodes”



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House of The Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, is currently a top priority for HBO, and one of the few big productions not affected by the WGA strike. At Leavesden Studios in the UK, where filming is presently taking place, new sets have already been photographed being built. The production will also move to North Wales for filming some important scenes this month.

Which House of The Dragon episodes is Clare Kilner directing?

House of The Dragon director Clare Kilner, who was last seen in Spain during the shoot, recently talked to Collider about which episodes she is filming:

Episode 4 of HoTD directed by Clare Kilner

Clare Kilner directed episode 4 of HoTD

“I’m doing Episodes 2 and 5, really interesting episodes. It’s really difficult to talk about because I’m worried I’m gonna give it away, but it’s great. It’s really wonderful, having done three episodes prior, to come into something which is like such a family. I know the actors, have this rapport with them, you know, it’s just, it’s really exciting. I’m always nervous before new jobs even if I know everybody, but I love it.”

Main filming to go on until September

Kilner also hinted during the interview that the majority of the filming will be taking place until September, possibly at the Leavesden Studios. She said, “I shot a few days in the last couple of weeks, and then actually tomorrow I’m diving full in until September.”

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