World premiere of “House of the Dragon”: This actor is the star of the red carpet

World premiere of “House of the Dragon”
This actor is the star of the red carpet

Matt Smith at the world premiere of “House Of The Dragon” in Los Angeles.

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British actor Matt Smith made an elegant entrance in all black at the premiere of ‘House of the Dragon’.

Matt Smith (39) showed up in an elegant black outfit at the world premiere of “House of the Dragon”. The 39-year-old came to the event at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles in a dark V-neck top under a black suit. He also combined black boots and sunglasses, which he didn’t take off on the red carpet. A subtle silver necklace completed his look. The British actor, known from ‘Doctor Who’ and ‘The Crown’, plays Prince Daemon Targaryen in ‘House of the Dragon’.

His colleagues in the new TV show also presented stylish outfits. Also at the premiere was Olivia Cooke (28). She appeared in a fitted, off-the-shoulder, mermaid-style black sequin dress. Milly Alcock (22), on the other hand, showed up in a white dress with golden details. Emma D’Arcy, 30, wore a black turtleneck and oversized black blazer with matching dark trousers, and Eve Best, 50, wore a black bustier dress with a high leg slit.

George RR Martin has Corona

However, the fans had to do without an appearance by George RR Martin (73). The cult author missed the premiere of “House of the Dragon” because he had previously tested positive for the corona virus. Martin confirmed his positive corona test in a YouTube message and gave the all-clear: his symptoms weren’t bad, “I have a cold and I cough from time to time”. He is “well taken care of. I’m taking the medication” and he expects to be fit again soon, according to the writer, on whose works “Game of Thrones” and “House of the Dragon” are based.

The series “House of the Dragon” tells the story of the house of Targaryen, 200 years before the events of “Game of Thrones”. The new TV show starts in Germany parallel to the US broadcast on Sky’s streaming service Wow and via Sky Q – and on the evening of August 22nd from 8:15 p.m. also on Sky Atlantic. “House of the Dragon” should not only be shown in the original version, but probably also directly in German.


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