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Above Suspicion

Emilia as Susan Smith
Solo: A SW Story

Emilia as Qi'Ra
Game Of Thrones

Emilia as Daenerys
Five Times In One Night

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See two EW exclusive photos of Game of Thrones cast members as you’ve never seen them before. Here’s Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) playing with co-star Kit Harington (Jon Snow), as well as flirtatious Wildling scout Ygritte (Rose Leslie) wielding her bow and arrow. It’s a sneak peak of Entertainment Weekly‘s cover story that goes behind the scenes of the HBO fantasy hit’s eagerly anticipated third season, on newsstands Friday! For more, bookmark our Game of Thrones news hub as we countdown to the March 31 premiere with exclusive Thrones stories every day. (source)

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Game of Thrones > Season 3 (2013) > EW Promotional Shoot [+1]

” ‘Everybody couldn’t help but think I was a dyke myself, and of course I was—everyone is a bit,’ “ says Emilia Clark, quoting Holly Golightly, the manic heroine of Truman Capote’s 1958 novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Golightly has been cemented into the American pop cultural canon since Audrey Hepburn’s film portrayal of her in 1961, but the young British actress is preparing to make the ostentatious gadabout her own this season at Broadway’s Cort Theatre.

From the novella, the quote is one of those deliciously haughty affirmations that Golightly puffs out faster than the “esoteric cigarettes” she smokes. It’s also a taste of the real appeal her bawdy character holds, beyond the sublime sight of Hepburn, bibbed in pearls and clad in the littlest black dress, swanning up and down Fifth Avenue.

According to Clarke, those only familiar with the film’s tidy rom-com conventions — the fledgling writer Paul (played by George Peppard), whom Holly insists on calling Fred, tries, and succeeds, in taming his downstairs neighbor Holly’s wild heart — will discover a richer, darker, and perhaps swishier story in the play. “The movie kind of glossed over a lot of stuff,” says Clarke. “I just think they missed the depth the novella offers, and the subtext and what it’s saying about the time and sexuality.”

For starters, Capote’s original Fred, played by Corey Michael Smith, is a bit more precious on the page than onscreen. (In the stage adaptation, Golightly refers to him as one of the “young boys with limited means and unlimited confusion.”) Though admittedly obsessed with Golightly, Fred seems less ruled by a desire to have her than to be her. And, asks Clarke, who wouldn’t be?

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Photoshoots > Session #021 [+2]
Photoshoots > Behind the Scenes > Session #21 Behind the Scenes [+2]

With her role as an exiled queen on Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke converted a whole lot of fantasy-averse American men into swords-and-sorcery nerds. And she did it all while wearing nothing but her long platinum tresses and several clingy baby dragons. More accurately: because she wore nothing but her long platinum tresses and several clingy baby dragons.

So now that you know, you totally see it, right? That even without that stare-at-the-sun-white wig, Emilia Clarke is totally her: Daenerys Targaryen, a.k.a. Khaleesi, a.k.a. the super-naked Mother of Dragons, a.k.a. the most immediately recognizable among the ninety-sevenish characters on Game of Thrones. “Which is exactly true, but also so funny, because I’m so immediately unrecognizable,” Clarke says. “It takes a die-hard fan to actually spot me. These HBO events, where I’ll be talking to someone for a fair amount of time, and then suddenly they’re like, Oh shit! That’s what you do!—they think I’m some crazy Brit who snuck her way into a Hollywood party.” Which sounds like a nice deal for a suddenly very famous young actress—to hide in plain sight. But in Morocco, where Dany’s season-three scenes were shot over six weeks last summer, might it have been tempting to stay in character sometimes? “I keep asking to go out with the wig at night, but they insist there’s no way. They won’t let me go partying with it on! I would be killed on the spot,” she says. “It’s silly to say, but when I take the wig off at the end of the day, I’m rather disappointed when I look in the mirror.” Doubtful!

But really, right now is good: critical love, and massive viewership, and job assurance, at least until HBO laps author George R.R. Martin’s still unfinished saga, of which Clarke is a “genuine geek.” Plus, she’s plotting follow-ups to “my first real job.” Like playing Holly Golightly on Broadway (opening this month), or maybe making a ballistic comedy (Clarke laughs as often as some people blink, and doesn’t mind being seen around L.A. with Seth MacFarlane)—or, better, crashing her other favorite shows: “I’d give my right arm to be, like, a random extra on Girls, just to walk past one of the scenarios. I’d love that more than anything. Or, like, a meth head on Breaking Bad. It’d be like Where’s Wally?!” (Which you’ve gotta hear— her true, highborn British accent pronouncing the book’s true British title: Wally!) “Only, again, without the wig, they wouldn’t recognize me.” Like picking Waldo out of a crowd without his hat. Or his dragons. (source)

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Photoshoots > Session #020 [+5]

Added a couple of new pics from the HBO’s 70th Annual Golden Globes After Party, replaced a Vanity Fair outtake with the HQ and added some new promos and behind the scenes from Breakfast at Tiffany’s! :)


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2013 Appearances > January 13: HBO’s 70th Annual Golden Globes After Party [+3]
Photoshoots > Session #014 [replaced one with the HQ]
Theatre > Breakfast at Tiffany’s > Promotional Pictures [+2]
Theatre > Breakfast at Tiffany’s > Behind the Scenes [+4]

October 09, 2012  Nicole Photo Gallery Photoshoots & Portraits

Thanks to Olivia, I’ve added a couple of outtakes of the Tv Guide Photoshoot taken during the SDCC this year! :)

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August 15, 2012  Nicole Photo Gallery Photoshoots & Portraits

Ladylike would be the obvious way to describe what Copping (center), of Nina Ricci, and Moralioglu, of Erdem, can do. But put it that way and you miss the subtleties of their clothes. Their designs, seen here on actresses Emilia Clarke (left, in Nina Ricci) and Ruth Wilson (in Erdem), exemplify modern femininity—a coolly nuanced appropriation of such tropes as lace, flowers, and lingerie that always keeps women at the very center of the frame.

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Photoshoots > Session #019 [+1]