Matt Smith admits to having questioned whether or not HBO’s extremely expected sequence House of the Dragon is a little bit steamier than important.
In a brand new interview with British Rolling Stone, the actor, who performs Prince Daemon Targaryen, mentioned the intercourse scenes within the Game of Thrones prequel sequence this is according to portions of George R.R. Martin’s 2018 novel Fire & Blood. HBO’s Emmy-winning Thrones, which signed off in May 2019 after 8 extremely rated seasons, in the past spurred debate over its personal sexualized content material.
“You do to find your self asking, ‘Do we’d like any other intercourse scene?’” Smith mentioned about House of the Dragon, premiering Aug. 21. “And they’re like, ‘Yeah, we do.’ I assume it’s important to ask your self: ‘What are you doing? Are you representing the books, or are you diluting the books to constitute the time [we’re living in]?’ And I in reality assume it’s your task to constitute the books in truth and in truth, as they have been written.”
Smith, who mentioned he had learn some however now not all the long Fire & Blood, was once requested whether or not his personality has a justifiable share of attractive scenes. “Yeah — moderately an excessive amount of, for those who question me,” the Doctor Who alum responded with amusing.
During the interview, Smith additionally mentioned the reception of his contemporary movie Morbius, the big-screen take at the Marvel comics antihero that hit theaters in April and recently holds a 16 % approval score on Rotten Tomatoes.
“Yeah, it was once thrown beneath the bus,” he mentioned concerning the Jared Leto-starring film. “But you simply need to roll with it. What else are you gonna do? It’s a movie, on the finish of the day; we’re now not saving lives. For no matter reason why, it didn’t somewhat figure out and… It is what it’s.”