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Nicole   /   September 22, 2013   /   0 Comments

CBS revealed the full roster of presenters for the 2013 Emmy Awards on Thursday (Sept. 19), and the list includes some of the most talented and fan-favorite performers on television.

“Trophy Wife’s” Malin Akerman, “Arrow’s” Stephen Amell, “Nashville’s” Connie Britton, “Scandal’s” Dan Bucatinsky, “Game of Thrones'” Emilia Clarke, Jimmy Fallon, Tim Gunn, “Mad Men’s” Jon Hamm, “How I Met Your Mother’s” Alyson Hannigan and Cobie Smulders, Mark Harmon, LL Cool J, “The Mindy Project’s” Mindy Kaling, Heidi Klum, Melissa Leo, “The Good Wife’s” Julianna Margulies, “Hostages'” Dylan McDermott, Bob Newhart, “Breaking Bad’s” Dean Norris, “The Big Bang Theory’s” Jim Parsons, Carrie Preston, and “Ironside’s” Blair Underwood.

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The Emmys, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, will be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

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Nicole   /   September 22, 2013   /   0 Comments

An “old” interview Emilia did after she discovered her Emmy nomination:

What show would you want to guest-star on?
My very best friend ever, Rose Leslie, who plays Ygritte on [‘Game of Thrones’], was on ‘Downton Abbey.’ My Brit sort of says maybe that one. One of the other shows I would very much love to be a part of is ‘Mad Men’ — walking around that office. Or being a meth head in ‘Breaking Bad’ — that would be wicked. Then I’d really start seeing dragons.

What would you be doing if you weren’t acting?
Something in music. Something creative. I do love singing. I wouldn’t say I’m any good, but I definitely love it, especially jazz singing.

If you could duet with Neil Patrick Harris during the show, what would you sing?

“The Way You Look Tonight.”

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Nicole   /   August 25, 2013   /   0 Comments

Two episodes of “Futurama” left, and producers are continuing to do what they do best: make nerds happy.

Emilia Clarke, aka Daenerys Targaryen from HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” guest stars on the August 28 episode as Dr. Zoidberg’s ideal mate: a gorgeous woman born with no sense of smell. Good thing, too, because Zoidberg admits he’s “smellier than a whorehouse’s outhouse.”

Here, we’ve got an exclusive sneak peek at the couple’s first date, complete with more gratuitous references to raccoon violence than should be allowed on basic cable:

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One of “Futurama’s” strengths has always been its sincere emotion cutting through and heightening the jokes that come flying out at 186,000 miles per second. There have already been several teary-eyed moments this season, and more are promised — could this be the most despised Planet Express employee’s last chance for love? Or will our final memory of the educated crustacean be him getting his heart broken by the Mother of Dragons?

More important still: When will the cast of “Futurama” cross over into “Game of Thrones”? Leela and Brienne in a remake of “Thelma and Louise”? Bender and Tyrion in a remake of anything?!

Only time (or, more likely, wildy imaginative fan fiction) will tell for sure.

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Nicole   /   July 19, 2013   /   0 Comments

Actress Emilia Clarke is best known for her role on HBO’s Game of Thrones as Daenerys Targaryen, Queen of the Andals and the Rhoynar and the First Men, Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, Princess of Dragonstone, Breaker of Chains, Mhysa, and Mother of Dragons. Now the actress can add Emmy nominee to her titles. EW chatted with the London-born actress on the phone this morning about the big news.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Congratulations on the nomination! How did you find out this morning?
Emilia Clarke:
It’s genuinely the weirdest thing. 6 a.m. rolls around, and my alarm in the hotel went off, and I definitely didn’t set it — definitely, definitely. So I went into a frenzy, throwing everything I could at all of the electrical appliances in the room trying to make whatever noise was going on stop. Then I saw my phone and I was like, Ah! Oh my goodness, hopefully the show got nominated because I had a sleepless night praying Dan and David would get nominated for writing. Because I just think they deserve it so much. So it took a couple of phone calls for me to actually hear from my publicist that I myself was also nominated. [Laughs] And then I cried. [Laughs] It’s all quite too much to handle.

How are you feeling now?
For me, the nomination is literally the end of the line. It’s amazing. I’m so, so, so happy. I owe absolutely everything to HBO. I’m just happy that the show itself got recognized. It’s just wonderful.

The show, this season especially, features dramatic changes for its characters. Talk about Daenerys’ arc and where she is by the end of season 3.
Throughout the series, she literally started as a mute, terrified princess with a sort of vague idea that she should be on the throne. Three seasons in, and she is the mother of three fast-growing dragons and the queen of an army of over 10,000. I think it shows the power of what women can do. [Laughs] And hopefully by the end of the series, she’ll be stuck atop the Iron Throne. I’m still holding out for that.

What scene this season was most challenging or fun to film? Daenerys has some pretty badass moments.
Episode four, the getting of the army, the taking of the Unsullied army, was just as much fun to film as it was to watch. It took two days to film, and we had so many extras there. To turn around and shout in Valyrian was quite an empowering experience. Even after take 22, I was like, Yup. Still cool. I’m still shouting.

In a statement following the interview, Clarke added, “Yer chomoe anhaan. Jin ha Khalaan, shekh ma shieraki anni.” For those not fluent in Dothraki, it translates to: “You do honor to me. This is for the Khal — my sun and stars.”

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Nicole   /   June 19, 2013   /   1 Comment

Emilia Clarke of “Game of Thrones” has a rising career.

The British actress has shot to fame thanks to her role as Daenerys Targaryen on the hit HBO show, and now she’s ready to translate her success into a movie career.

Clarke will be appearing in several movies, which she spoke to The Independent about in an interview about her acting hopes and upcoming roles.

“I came out of my mum’s stomach going ‘I want to be an actor!’ And then when I was 18, I went to drama school, and trained there for three years, and then a year out of that, I got Game of Thrones,” Clarke said.

The beautiful star has been named one of the hottest young British actresses, resulting in her new roles like the stripper she’ll be playing in James Franco’s new movie “The Garden of Last Days”, which sparked dating rumors of the two.

More recently, Clarke played Holly Golightly in a “Breakfast At Tiffany’s” New York City production, in which many fans flocked to see Clarke in, reported Gawker.

Given all the attention the actress has been getting for her acting and beauty, it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot more of her in the future.

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Nicole   /   April 01, 2013   /   0 Comments

Apparently you have a habit of bringing breakfast to Breakfast at Tiffany’s, especially if you count chocolate as a breakfast food.
Yes! That is very true. I like to take care of the cast. Everyone keeps calling me the Jewish mum, because I keep trying to feed everyone. I take Cory Michael Smith the chocolate macaroons from Dean & Deluca — it’s sweetness upon sweetness. Sean [Mathias], our director, is a crazy man for hot chocolate, so I’ll always bring him one. And Scott [Faris], our assistant director, is like a huge fan of oatmeal raisin muffins, so I get them for him. I’m loaded like a pack horse full of treats every day, but I think they’re appreciated, you know? It’s nice to do stuff for people when everyone’s stressed out.

Does anyone reciprocate? Give you treats in return?
They’re giving me all their love and support! They’re giving me a Broadway experience! All the muffins in the world couldn’t weigh up with that.

Your co-star and your understudy told me that you get teased during rehearsals.
How they tease me? What did they say? Tell me!

They said that they yell out, “Dragons!” or “Bring me my dragons!” during inopportune moments.
That definitely does happen. I get quite a few Khaleesi jokes a fair amount of the time. They kind of all blur into one, but there have been some doozies. No matter how many muffins I bribe them with, I still get the Khaleesi thing! You’d think they’d chill out a little bit, but no. [Laughs] I’m normally the first to take the piss out of myself, so I kind of encourage it, I suppose. And a lot of the Game of Thrones fans have really come out to the show, which is really wonderful. And I hope they get a different experience than what they’re used to seeing me doing.

Even though you’re not supposed to do this during Broadway shows, and people should be used to this by now, people were trying to take photos of your nude scene?
It’s a little distracting. It’s not really the kind of theater to whip out your camera and take pictures. And the frenzy that’s being highly publicized didn’t really ever happen. There might be a weird looking or bizarre photo or two floating around, but I promise you, I’ve never been in a performance and suddenly hit with a tirade of people taking my photograph on stage. There’s more of a furor surrounding the cat, to be honest. And it couldn’t be the Game of Thrones fans taking those pictures, because you can just go on YouTube and see everything you want, or see something that’s more centered around that.

How are you enjoying the evolution of Dany this season?
It’s the most wonderful, the filming for season three, the most glorious. She made a lot of mistakes before, and she’s been biding her time, and then in season three, she really hit the ground running, 0 to 60. And it’s been wonderful because she has so much to do, and so much to learn, and she’s so quick. And there’s all these different characters she meets on her journey, and a little spattering of love.

The spattering of love must be Daario Naharis.
Yeah! The new kid on the block for her. Ed Skrein [who plays Daario] is just gorgeous. He’s the sweetest, kindest person ever, and then he looks so badass, so it’s a dangerous concoction.

The cast is so vast, you’re all in shooting in different countries. Who do you text with when you’re separated?
Me and Richard [Madden, who plays Robb Stark] and Alfie [Allen, who plays Theon Greyjoy] and Kit [Harington, who plays Jon Snow], we sort of rule the young ‘uns for being the exact same age and starting at the same time. We took on this adventure together. It’s quite lovely that we’re all still very much in love with each other. And then obviously, my girl Rose Leslie [who plays Ygritte], who is just the coolest chick on the entire planet. I’m determined — determined! — to be a wildling extra at some point, just to find her and kind of say, “I’m in Iceland!”, and see what she says. [Laughs] We’re complete geeks, all of us. Of course, each of us thinks we’re the one that’s going to win. And wondering who Jon Snow’s parents actually are is still very much up for debate.

Some people theorize that since the whole book series is called “A Song of Ice and Fire,” Jon is ice and Dany is fire, so it’s ultimately all about your characters.
Well, my ego would love that! [Laughs] Would that mean Jon becomes my lover? I would love for that to be the case! I think there’s lots of other theories going around as well, but it does make some sense. Of course, my favorite theory is that Dany wins. [Laughs] “A Song of Ice and Fire,” what else could that mean? Bring Khal Drogo back, that’s what I’d like to see. He’s dead. He’s out cold. Maybe that can be the ice. I mean, he lives on in my dragons. But [showrunners] Dan [Weiss] and David [Benioff] know. They know all the answers, and they won’t tell anyone! Doesn’t matter how much of a headlock you get them in, they will not let you know.

If the headlock isn’t working, maybe you need to try bribery — macaroons and muffins, as you do on Broadway.
Tell me about it! This is where I’ve gone wrong! Do you think Jason Momoa [who plays Khal Drogo], Kit, Rose and I could share the throne? Have a little bit each? Like double date the throne? I think that would work out perfectly. I’m going to start adding my own pages, and see if anyone notices: “And they ended up happily ever after.”

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