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House of The Dragon’s Ryan Corr was awestruck by the massive scale of operational sets used in the Game of Thrones prequel




Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon recently wrapped up production, and according to HBO chief Casey Bloys is the only Game of Thrones spinoff that has been greenlit officially. However, he didn’t deny the fact that there were other projects at work, stemming from the GOTverse or the Martinverse, whichever way you prefer to call it. We already know that being a high-priority project, the scale of production, be it the set, the costume, the animation, everything is going to be massive. And the show’s star Ryan Corr is greatly amazed by how big and expensive the project is.


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Corr is slated to play Ser Harwin Strong, a knight who is believed to be the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms. Also known as “Breakbones,” Ser Harwin is the eldest son to Master of Laws Lyonel Strong and will one day inherit Harrenhal castle. In a recent interview with, Corr said, “The sheer size of it was something I was amazed by. When you are walking into operational sets with actual jousting tournaments and full-level scale castles with fire cauldrons hanging on the roof, it’s a pretty incredible place to be. It’s like walking into a live Shakespeare play.”

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