When he was requested by Kirsten Acuna of Insider to elaborate on a earlier assertion he’d made the place he alluded to a probably painful “Home of the Dragon” viewing expertise, Harington provided some clarification.
“There’s emotion linked to that for me,” Harington defined. “To see folks get into outfits and costumes that resemble what we wore for all these years and it have the identical music and magnificence and tone however to not be in it … there’s going to be a rawness there.”
Though “Home of the Dragon” takes place a number of hundred years earlier than the occasions of “Recreation of Thrones,” the collection, like its predecessor, is about inside the Westerosi halls of energy. We could also be in a unique time interval with totally different characters however as we are able to see within the trailer for the collection, a lot of the aesthetic will likely be very acquainted to viewers. And if it feels acquainted to us we are able to solely think about how odd it should really feel for the unique solid.
After all, Harington has been supportive of the upcoming prequel and particularly of Miguel Sapochnik, one of many showrunners who additionally directed a number of memorable episodes of “Recreation of Thrones” together with the immediately iconic “Battle of the Bastards.”
“Home of the Dragon” is about to premiere on HBO in 2022.