House of the Dragon: Eve Best & Steve Toussaint
The Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon is without doubt the most eagerly anticipated release of the year. Exploring the the Targaryen reign nearly 200 years before the birth of Daenerys – Tom speak to actors Eve Best and Steve Toussaint who play power-couple Rhaenys Targaryen and Corlys Velaryon at the centre of the series. They discuss what it’s like to be one of Westeros’ only relationships based on genuine love and respect, rather than convenience. Plus, they also share some surprising career plot twist stories, and give insight into their lengthy costume process.
House of the Dragon is available to stream on NOW.
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