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House of The Dragon’s Matt Smith and Emma D’Arcy spotted filming in Cornwall




After waiting for nearly a year, Game of Thrones fans finally have some good news. HBO has made it official- House of The Dragon is ready to take flight. The highly awaited Game of Thrones prequel began production last week. Also, the rumours have been confirmed, the news about the series being filmed in Cornwall is actually true! The show’s stars Matt Smith and Emma D’Arcy were spotted filming on Holywell Beach in Cornwall.


The prequel caused quite a buzz in the last few days when the official Twitter handle of Game of Thrones announced the beginning of production. It didn’t take much time for the locals at Cornwall to leak photos and videos from the set. The Daily Mail released a leaked video of the crew and the stars Matt and Emma filming in full costume. Check it out here!

Smith and D’Arcy are in full regal Targaryen costuming for shooting. They’re wearing silver-blond wigs with styling that is reminiscent of Game of Thrones’ Daenerys and Viserys. The actors shared a scene, speaking together on the beach. Then it appeared that D’Arcy strolled towards the water when the characters finished talking.


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The crew was busy setting up the set; a broken hull and a leftover wreck. It looks likely that this site is serving as Driftmark and the home of the Velaryons.

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