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Milly Alcock won’t be returning as Rhaenyra for flashback scenes in House of The Dragon

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Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon finished its first season last year, and it was a grand success. The show has outperformed most of its competitors, winning The Golden Globe award for Best Drama series, and hopes are high with this year’s Emmy nominations. The overwhelming support for the prequel show is quite evident, and the cast is thankful for it.

However, Milly Alcock, who played young Rhaenyra Targaryen, isn’t ready to come back for flashback scenes in future seasons.

Why doesn’t Milly Alcock want to return in House of The Dragon’s future seasons?

When asked about her return to her breakout role in a recent interview with Deadline, Alcock replied, “No. It’s done.”

“[House of the Dragon] changed my life very quickly and it will never be the same again,” Alcock continued. “Now I get to do all of the wonderful, amazing things that I really want to do, and I’m still figuring out what that is.”

“Your dreams shouldn’t be coming true at 21 and 22. It shouldn’t be allowed. I still need to f*ck up a bit more — like, I shouldn’t even be unsupervised this young on a day-to-day level.”

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Are House of The Dragon season 2 scripts completed?

The news comes from Middle East Film and Comic Con in Abu Dhabi, where Matt Smith (Daemon Targaryen) was a guest and he revealed that he finally received the scripts, although a bit late. He said, “I got all the scripts on Friday, actually. They’re really late. It’s always the way, isn’t it? They always come in so late. I haven’t gotten to the end of it yet”

When will House of The Dragon return?

 
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The filming of House of The Dragon season 2 is currently in pre-production, with the casting currently in progress. HBO chief Casey Bloys has confirmed in an indirect way that House of The Dragon won’t be coming back before the summer of 2024.

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