Hogwarts Legacy Details, House of the Dragon NSFW Scenes, & More! | IGN The Weekly Fix

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Wanna catch up on all the highlights from this week? From Hogwarts Legacy news reveals, to Matt Smith saying he’s in “too many sex scenes” in House of the Dragon, tune in for your Weekly Fix – the only show packed with the recommended weekly dose of gaming and entertainment news!

00:40 – Hogwarts Legacy New Details Revealed

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13:50 – Matt Smith Says House of the Dragon has “Too Many Sex Scenes” Featuring Him

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