Steve Toussaint TEASES 'House of the Dragon' Season 2's passion for vengeance
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: It seems like Steve Toussaint's Lord Corlys has heard a lot of Taylor Swift lately as he does nothing 'better than revenge.' It is not unpredictable after the last season's ending, the upcoming season would be dripping with blood. It is only a matter of time before the house of black, as in the house which is under the supervision of Rhaenyra and Corlys will attack the house of green. In the last episode of Season 1's viewers saw at the end of the episode how Ewan Mitchell's Aemond demands Lucerys's eye as retribution for losing his. Lucerys leaves on his dragon, Arrax, but Aemond pursues him on Vhagar. The fractious dragons defy their riders; Arrax burns Vhagar; Vhagar then devours Lucerys and Arrax, stunning Aemond. Rhaenyra's son and Corlys' grandson were brutally killed when he was only a messenger delivering his mother's message. Lucerys Velaryon was played by Elliot Grihault.
However, Miguel Sapochnik departed as showrunner after the first season, leaving Ryan Condal to serve as the sole showrunner for the second season. Milly Alcock, Olivia Cooke, Emma D'Arcy, Matt Smith, and Paddy Considine received massive love and appreciation for their performances in the series.
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In a recent interview with Extra, Toussaint opened up about Corlys' true feelings toward Rhaenyra, and what to expect in Season 2 as the Hightowers face off with the Targaryens in an epic and bloody showdown.
Toussaint said, "I think pretty much, as is indicated at the end of this last season, is the fact that he decided whatever I may think about Rhaenyra personally, that she is the rightful heir to the throne. The land grab the Hightowers have done is treacherous, and they need to be made to pay for that. Plus… the fact is my grandson has been killed. Even though we know he’s not my grandson, but he’s my grandson. So, I think that’s kind of where he’s at, and that has to be paid for.”
When he was further asked about what fans can expect in the second season, Toussaint remained tight-lipped, saying he can’t say anything except that there will be an “all-out war.” “I actually haven’t seen any scripts yet,” Toussaint said, “I’ve been told some good stuff’s gonna happen. It’s gonna be incredible.”
The first season of 'House of the Dragon' is currently available for streaming on HBO Max.