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Fantasy as a style has the power to deliver one thing new to the desk — it’s in any case, fully made up. However, relating to costume design it may generally really feel like they’re recycled, with loads of leather-based, free shirts, and calf-high boots on show.
In the case of Matt Smith’s character in House of the Dragon, followers are definitely seeing a resemblance to a different well-known fictional character, and so they’re undecided they’re okay with it.
One of probably the most distinguishing options of a fantasy character is the hair, with male characters usually sporting shoulder-length or longer locks. Take Henry Cavill’s dirty, however horny, silver shoulder-length hair in The Witcher as a primary instance. Smith’s character within the Game of Thrones prequel, Prince Daemon Targaryen, sports activities the platinum blonde hair related to the Targaryen household identify, due to all that inbreeding. The colour and elegance have followers drawing the plain comparability with one other blonde fantasy bombshell, Lord of the Rings‘ Legolas.
Some fans feel that the look does not translate well from Orlando Bloom to Smith, with it looking like he simply asked for a Legolas wig at his local costume shop.
This fan wonders if the hair is a permanent fixture or will a trip to the salon be on the cards.
Some feel like Prince Daemon looks like a budget Legolas that your mom promises are just as good as the expensive version.
Now it has been said, someone will write fanfiction based on this.
Not all fans are hating on the wig though, some are loving the look even though the comparisons remain.
This fan thinks Smith looks like a crueler version of the elf, and we all love to hate a baddie don’t we?
Similarly, this consumer is in love with the villainous character portrayed by Smith.
It isn’t simply Smith sporting the platinum locks, and one Twitter consumer has gone and given them a collective noun.
It could make issues lots simpler once you neglect the various characters’ names.
It would seem that the wig is a bit like Marmite — some individuals like it and a few individuals hate it. Everyone, nevertheless, appears to agree that the resemblance is powerful and the jokes far too straightforward to make.
The first episode of House of the Dragon is now accessible to look at on HBO and HBO Max, with a brand new episode launched each Sunday.