House of the Dragon, HBO’ 1st Game of Thrones spinoff that stars gumptious role player Milly Alcock, has finally arrived!
within the new show, Alcock plays a young blue blood Rhaenyra Targaryen–so it’ no surprise that she’ perpetually compared to Game of Thrones break genus Emilia Clarke and her character, Daenerys Targaryen.
But, because it turns out, Alcock didn’t use Daenerys as inspiration for Rhaenyra at all.
Speaking with the big apple Post, Alcock unconcealed that whereas she loves Clarke as Daenerys in the original series, she thinks the 2 characters are just too completely different.
“Obviously, there’ [sic] similarities in [Daenerys and Rhaenyra’] elementary morals as people, however ultimately they move throughout the planet terribly differently,” the 22-year-old explained.
Rhaenyra grew up along with her family at the peak of their power, whereas Daenerys is one among the last Targaryens left alive–so it’ actually safe to mention that the 2 Targaryens have immensely different experiences.
rather than Daenerys, Alcock took inspiration from two rather shocking characters: Cate Blanchett within the Golden Age and Audrey Katharine Hepburn in Roman Holiday.
“If you could mix those 2 girls together, i believe that’s Rhaenyra. She’s humorous and cheeky, however she should perform constantly, and live up to it majestic role. But, you’ll be able to see below the surface, she’s quite uncomfortable in her skin,” she revealed.
Alcock additionally spoke concerning the pressure that came with prima within the 1st spinoff of 1 of HBO’ most–if not the most–successful series.
She told the publication that she first felt the facility behind the franchise’ quality whereas promoting the prequel’ premiere.
“I don’t extremely knowledge to approach it. It’s very intimidating. So, I’ve been a touch a lot of reclusive than I usually would be. simply gaining the boldness to move thereupon followers – you would like to try to to them justice.”