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House of The Dragon showrunner Ryan Condal arrives in Spain



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Game of Thrones‘ predecessor, House of the Dragon, is hot on wheels towards Season 2. Since so many anxious fans have descended upon Cáceres and Trujillo, we have already seen several pictures of the sets in recent days. As production moves forward, we are fortunate to have a peek at the actual shooting. And there’s more news every day from the set.

Showrunner Ryan Condal arrives on House of The Dragon set

House of The Dragon showrunner Ryan Condal arrived today in Cáceres to resume filming activities on the location. He was spotted by fans on his way to the set who asked to take a picture with him.

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Security tightens around Cáceres and Trujillo

HBO is aware of the leaks currently happening at the filming sites in Spain. As a result, security has been tightened around the sets to avoid unwanted onlookers from capturing pictures, and due to that, we might get fewer photos and clips from now on. The news coincides with the arrival of Condal on set, which might indicate some of the best scenes of the show will now be filmed.

More pictures from the set

Luckily, we still have a few more unseen moments captured from the House of The Dragon sets in Spain, which you can relish thanks to the efforts of a fan named @javiborrega.

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