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Updated the gallery adding the scans from Marie Claire (May issue), a couple of new outtakes from the InStyle photoshoot and Emilia is also on the cover of InStyle Australia (May issue), which was also added in the gallery. Enjoy!
“I’ve been growing with her, which is the exciting part,” Clarke said. “Man, she’s got more strength than I have, that’s for sure. Getting to be with her throughout this growth process is so exciting as an actor. While she’s pushing herself, I get to push myself and my acting every season.”
Added in the gallery the cover (one of the two) of Emilia for Marie Claire. Digital scans will be added as soon as I get my hands on the issue :)
Updated the gallery adding scans of Emilia from Flare Magazine (thanks to Suzie for sharing them with us!) and a new outtake from the Los Angeles Time photoshoot she did back in 2012, enjoy!
Added in the gallery digital scans from the Vanity Fair issue dedicated to Game of Thrones! The editorial is really beautiful, be sure to check it out!
Vanity Fair contributing editor Jim Windolf talks to George R. R. Martin, author of A Song of Ice and Fire, the ongoing book series on which the popular HBO show Game of Thrones is based, who tells Windolf that the show is indeed catching up to the books: “They are. Yes. It’s alarming.”
In the April issue of Vanity Fair, on stands March 13, show co-creator David Benioff tells Windolf, “Last year we went out to Santa Fe for a week to sit down with him [Martin] and just talk through where things are going, because we don’t know if we are going to catch up and where exactly that would be. If you know the ending, then you can lay the groundwork for it. And so we want to know how everything ends. We want to be able to set things up. So we just sat down with him and literally went through every character.” Martin tells Windolf, “I can give them the broad strokes of what I intend to write, but the details aren’t there yet. I’m hopeful that I can not let them catch up with me.”
Windolf reports that the presence of so many child actors in the cast, including the terrific Maisie Williams as Arya Stark, increases the time pressure. “This is a serious concern,” Martin tells Windolf. “Maisie was the same age as Arya when it started, but now Maisie is a young woman and Arya is still 11. Time is passing very slowly in the books and very fast in real life.”