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[S1E6] Changes



House of the Dragon season 1, episode 6 recasts Alicent Hightower and Rhaenyra Targaryen, and there are a couple of reasons why it changes actors. Milly Alcock and Emily Carey played Rhaenyra and Alicent, respectively, throughout House of the Dragon's first five episodes, and did an incredible job doing so. Being two of the show's strong performers and most compelling characters, it's a big change for House of the Dragon season 1, episode 6 to recast the roles with older actors, but it is a logical switch.




[S1E6] Changes



House of the Dragon changing Rhaenyra and Alicent's actors comes alongside a 10-year time jump after season 1, episode 5's shocking ending, which featured several twists at Rhaenyra and Laenor Velaryon's wedding. That time jump is what necessitates the recast, as it significantly changes Rhaenyra and Alicent most of all: it takes them from being young women, or rather characters who are still children, to fully grown adults, with years of their rivalry and resentment building up. Most of House of the Dragon's characters were already a lot older, and so the changes are less drastic than going from a teenager to late-20s, which means they didn't need to be recast. Changing Alicent and Rhaenyra's actors is a clearer way to signify the break in the show's timeline and the different versions of the characters audiences will be seeing. This was supported by Ryan Condal, House of the Dragon's co-showrunner, who told Insider: "The people that are truly children in this are the ones that get recast."


Alongside recasting Alicent and Rhaenyra, there have also been changes to the actors playing Laenor and Laena Velaryon, who again fit the bracket of being children prior to the time jump and adults after it. Laenor, who was very briefly seen played as a young child by Matthew Carver, who then recast with Theo Nate taking on the role for House of the Dragon season 1, episodes 3 and 5. Nate is replaced by John Macmillan (The Nevers, Chewing Gum) in episode 6's cast, who'll play the role going forward. Similarly, Laena was initially portrayed by Nova Foueillis-Mose when being set up for a marriage to King Viserys, and then was played by Savannah Steyn in episode 5, and then being recast again with Nanna Blondell (Black Widow, Twin) taking on the part.


Back in school, Xavier tries to find out the vision Wednesday had in the crypt. Wednesday thinks he is the monster and refuses to divulge any information to her. He tells her that when she changes her mind and needs his help, she knows where to find him.


When the rain subsides, Tony brings in a squad of soldiers to help find James. One of the men, Smitty, believes this is out of character for James Reece. When Tony brings up the brain tumor, it soon changes his tune. He sends the men off on their way, as they fly overhead in a chopper to cover a great distance in a short amount of time.


The two biggest and most prominent changes are with Rhaenyra Targaryen and Alicent High Tower. Milly Alcock and Emily Carey did a wonderful job portraying teenage versions of Rhaenyra and Alicent, respectively. However, for Episode 6 and onwards, Emma D'Arcy and Olivia Cooke will take over. Given Viserys' failing health and Rhaenyra's role as the heir to the throne, D'Arcy will find herself in the spotlight almost immediately. Of course, Emily won't be too far behind as Queen of the Seven Kingdoms.


In addition to the four aforementioned prominent cast members, several other characters will see significant changes in the back half of House of the Dragon Season 1. Chief among them is Aegon II Targaryen, who will ultimately be played by Tom Glynn-Carney after Ty Tennant has his turn for a couple of episodes. Meanwhile, Phia Saban will join as the adult Halaena Targaryen following Evie Allen's teenage stint. Finally, Leo Ashton will portray the younger Aemond Targaryen until Ewan Mitchell takes over as the character that many see as a crueler and more sadistic Daemon Targaryen, who's been masterfully played by Matt Smith, so far.


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As we're past the halfway point of season one in HBO's The Last of Us with three episodes left, we reach a watershed moment in the Naughty Dog PlayStation game that involves Joel (Pedro Pascal), his family, and traveling companion Ellie (Bella Ramsey) when they reach Jackson, Wyoming, their second of three stops. "Kin" was directed by Jasmila Žbanić, her first foray into episodic television. She opened up about her prior exposure to the games, set conditions, filming some emotionally tense scenes, and creative changes from the game. The following contains major spoilers for the episode.


After Joel and Tommy's (Gabriel Luna) reunion, old demons resurfaced among the two, along with the earlier's growing PTSD affecting his mission to escort Ellie to the Fireflies. "We were very lucky because we had the opportunity to have rehearsals before we were on the set. The set was quite difficult because of the cold weather," Žbanić said. "Sometimes it was even -15 degrees Celsius, so very, very cold. That scene with Tommy and Joel was especially taken care of. They would be reading it, act, repeat and trying different stuff. They also suggested some changes, so it was very deep for both of them in each scene. It was so beautiful, because it's a very long scene in the shoe shop. It's a very emotional scene for Pedro. I was filming him as a second; first we filmed Gabriel, and then I noticed that each time we repeated, Pedro was crying. He was not on camera, but he was crying because he was giving his partner everything so that he can act. This is very special. It's so generous of an actor to do this so deep. I was amazed by Pedro's talent."


After helping mop up a pool of grape jelly, Tulip learns that the turtle inhabitants of the car have long since gotten used to its many peculiarities and make daily use of them; as such, they become confused by the changes and begin berating Tulip for her actions. Realizing that nothing was truly broken, Tulip starts apologizing for the mistake, only for a storm to start brewing. This prompts her to look for Atticus and One-One, with the former alerting her that the latter is the cause of the storm and is at its epicenter, removing all the control orbs that are keeping the car stable. Tulip manages to make her way to the robot and asks him why he's doing this, only for an unusually serious and morose One-One to claim that he's helping and that all the problems that the car has are his fault. 041b061a72


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