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Phia Saban (Helaena), Olivia Cooke (Alicent) & more arrive in Spain for House of The Dragon shoot



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The production of the second season of Game of Thrones prequel House of The Dragon has progressed quite a bit. The cast and the crew are busy filming important scenes in Cáceres and Trujillo, with new sets and props currently overtaking the once-busy streets. More House of The Dragon cast members are joining the crew in Spain to continue filming for Season 2.

Phia Saban, Olivia Cooke, and Tittensor twins arrive in Spain

House of The Dragon Season 2 will be full of action, and a lot of it will be filmed in Spain. The following cast members recently joined Fabien Frankel (Criston Cole) and Freddie Fox (Gwayne Hightower) in Spain for the filming: Luke & Elliott Tittensor (Arryk and Erryk Cargyll), Olivia Cooke (Queen Alicent), and Phia Saban (Queen Helaena).

Geeta Patel and Andrij Parekh are filming scenes for multiple episodes

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Geeta Patel, who filmed Viserys’ last walk scene in Season 1, is going to film Episode 3 in Season 2. Catherine Goldschmidt, the camerawoman for director Geeta Patel, recently posted a picture from the set. Vanja Černjul, the DOP collaborating with director Andrij Parekh, is in Cáceres as well. writer and director Clare Kilner is also in Spain, according to a Reddit thread.

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