House of the Dragon star’s father makes fun of his son at event

One of the stars of The House of the Dragon went through a very embarrassing moment with his father, in an event of the series derived from Game of Thrones.

The success of HBO Max, which will win a second season, has become one of the most watched series on the platform, and also this year.

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As a result, some events take place in the United States, with the presence of stars from the cast. Actor Ty Tennant, son of David Tennant, the 10th Doctor Who, ended up making fun of his son with a paper tag (via ScreenRant🇧🇷

During London Comic-Con, David wrote on the paper “he’s not that special”, making a reference to Peter Davison, father-in-law of the actor who was the fifth Doctor Who.

Davison, who lived the character from 1981 to 1984, ended up making the same plaque at an event in April, which took place in Wales.

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Could David Tennant appear in House of the Dragon?

While Ty ended up handing over the role of Aegon to Tom Glynn-Carney after a time jump, fans have been wondering if David Tennant could appear in House of the Dragon.

The actor is already used to a fantasy series, which is Doctor Who, and an appearance in Westeros would not be surprising.

In addition, the star also stars in the Good Omens series and is one of the voices of The Legend of Vox Machina, both on Prime Video.

Tennant may well live a bad-natured character too, as is the case with the villain Kilgrave, from the Jessica Jones series.

The cast of House of the Dragon still features Matt Smith, who replaced David Tennant as Doctor Who, being the 11th star to live in the role.

While the cast for House of the Dragon season 2 hasn’t been revealed, David could very well make his debut in the Game of Thrones world.

The House of the Dragon has its first full season on HBO Max.

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