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House of the Dragon Season 2 reshoots begin today at Leavesden Studios



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The second season of House of the Dragon, which is undergoing several post-production cuts to enhance the show’s quality, is slowly drawing near. There have been a number of changes thus far, and fans are anticipating Season 2. The reshoot phase of the series has officially started, following several ADR sessions with many of the show’s actors.

Reshooting for Season 2 of House of the Dragon has begun at Leavesden Studios

There had previously been reports that reshoots for the Game of Thrones prequel will take place in February. As per a more recent scoop by House the Dragons, it has been suggested that the House of the Dragon team has finally gone back to Leavesden Studios today for reshoots. It is anticipated that the reshoots will last three to four weeks. However, there’s a good possibility it won’t affect the show’s expected release.

House of the Dragon actors confirmed to have completed ADR sessions

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Many cast members of House of the Dragon have already finished their ADR sessions. Sam C. Wilson (Blood) and Michelle Bonnard (Brothel Madam), together with Jamie Kenna (Alfred Broome), apparently completed their recordings earlier this month. Prior to them, Abubakar Salim (Alyn of Hull), Steve Toussaint (Corlys Velaryon), and Clinton Liberty (Addam Velaryon) finished their individual ADR sessions.

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