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Steve Toussaint (Corlys Velaryon) wraps up filming for House of the Dragon Season 2



The second season of House of the Dragon is getting closer to completion as filming progresses at the Leavesden Studios in the UK. This filming is going extremely fast, and new information about the story, the characters, and the environment is emerging every day. The movie is scheduled for release in early 2024. And Season 2 may be coming here very soon.

Steve Toussaint completes filming for Season 2

The filming for the second season of House of the Dragon is nearing its completion, and a number of actors have finished filming their scenes already. Steve Toussaint, who plays Lord Corlys Velaryon in the Game of Thrones prequel, has also completed filming his scenes. He recently posted on Instagram:

Jamie Kenna finishes filming for House of the Dragon Season 2

It has been known for some time that actor Jamie Kenna has been on the sets of House of the Dragon filming for Season 2. However, his role in the series has been kept under wraps yet. Kenna has also finished filming for the second season, which is evident from his Instagram story which can be seen via House the Dragons fan site.

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