If you ask them why they changed actors Dragon House, because of the giant leap in time in Episode 6, “The Princess and the Queen.”That entertainment of power The prequels have used time jumps; the most we’ve seen so far is three years sooner or later. Still, there’s a full decade between episodes 5 and 6. Find out what time warp means to the story, and how it should be more “excessive” than the HBO sequence confirms.
‘House of Dragons’ episode 6 spans 10 years in the long run
In the long run, the princess and queen jumped 10 years Dragon House timeline. Emma D’Arcy is now in Rhaenyra Targaryen, and Olivia Cooke is Alice Hightower. Ten years ago, Rhaenyra left Sir Christon Cole (Fabien Frankel) and started the lives of some young men: Jacaerya, Lucerya and Jeoffrey. Unlike their father, Laenor Velaryon (John Macmillan), Alice believes the children belong to Harwin “Breakbones” Robust (Ryan Corr).
Speaking of Allison, she also has three children with King Viserys (Paddy Considine): Aegon, Helana, and Edmond. The different main plot factors to note from the 10-year time jump from Episode 6 are:
- Rhaenyra and Allison have seats in the small council.
- Viserys is determined to make Rhaenyra his successor.
- Alicent has two allies: Ser Criston Cole and Larys Robust (Matthew Needham).
- Damon (Matt Smith) and Lena (Nanna Blondel) have twin females, Baera and Lena, and are expecting a third child, but Lena is in command of her dragon Vhagar (Vhagar). ) committed suicide after placing her on the fireplace.
House of Dragons producer Miguel Saponic found the time jump in episode 6 “worrying”.
as a visitor official The Movement of Power Podcast: Dragon House, Government producer Miguel Sapochnik admitted he was involved in taking advantage of such a big time leap. “The time jump was there from the beginning,” Sapochnik explained. “I’d say they’re more over the top than they are.” It’s wise when you focus on it Fire and Bloodstarting material Dragon House. This eBook spans 150 years of Targaryen history, so we can definitely count on more time jumps in the remaining episodes.
Sapochnik explained: “If I remember correctly, the age ranged from 12 or 13 to 20, 22 years later. It’s worrying that we have so many time jumps in one season.”
Sapochnik argues that “time jumps can be distracting [and] “complex” audience. “It’s not common for people to say, ‘I really like this time warp’,” he added. Still, Sapochnik believes if there’s one thing to worry about, it’s price risk.
Time jump requires fake changes to Dragon House
Many viewers know the recast of Princess Rhaenyra and Queen Allicent because of the preview Dragon House The teaser, though, hasn’t stopped some confusion among followers. Behind the scenes, Sapochnik noticed this chaos coming, but hoped that with the biggest time leap and “Drop[ping] Everyone’s inside,” the audience will know more easily.
“We knew we needed to reinvent our cast [and] Anyway, this might confuse everyone [but] We’re not going away from it, so we have to stick with it,” he admitted. Will there be extra time jumps in future episodes? Dragon House? Watch ET HBO on Sundays at 9 p.m. for opportunities.
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