Welcome to Adoring Emilia Clarke, the online home for all the Emilia Clarke fans. We will provide you news, photos, in-depth information, media, fun stuff and much more on our favorite english star! You probably recognize Emilia as Daenerys Taragaryen in HBO's Game of Thrones, or as Sarah Connor in the latest Terminator Genisys. Emilia will soon be seen on the big screen in the drama Me Before You, as Louisa Clark.

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Nicole   /   March 01, 2012   /   0 Comments

The highly successful HBO series Game of Thrones has fans wrapped up and tuning in each week to watch each character as their life unfolds before us, and for some, their life ending abruptly. The series, much like the books, lure you in with plot twists and character altering moments which makes you eager to learn more about the people of Westeros. Being an HBO series gives creators certain leeway when it comes to development and cinematography. Nudity seems to be a requirement for HBO programs and Game of Thrones is no different. Twenty-four year old Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke opens up about filming the nude scenes and how she quickly realized that her wardrobe assistant may have an easy shift.

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Nicole   /   February 26, 2012   /   0 Comments

THE stunning star of swords and sorcery smash Game of Thrones has revealed her secrets for coping with hitting the screen in the buff.

Emilia Clarke, 24, was just out of drama school when she landed the role of a lifetime as the silverhaired princess Daenerys Targaryen in the award-winning series.

But she quickly realised that her wardrobe assistant might have an easy shift because her role demanded frequent nudity. The actress, from Berkshire, admits that, while she was apprehensive about stripping off, she also realised it was a necessary part of the role.

Emilia, who was previously seen in TV soap Doctors and sci-fi adventure Triassic Attack, said: “It was daunting, really scary. This was the first major job I had to do but the nudity was integral to the character. “Her journey sees her going from a girl into a woman, which is also a sexual awakening. As soon as you put yourself there, it’s not about you, the actress, it’s about the character, so that took the fear away. Hopefully, that’s what you see on the screen and not just a naked actress.”

Despite her relative inexperience, Emilia’s portrayal of the teenage royal who becomes a warrior queen has won her global acclaim. She has been listed as one of the most desirable women of 2012 and, along with the rest of the Game of Thrones cast including Sean Bean, Lena Headey and Mark Addy, was nominated in last month’s prestigious Screen Actors’ Guild Awards in Hollywood.

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Nicole   /   February 04, 2012   /   0 Comments
Nicole   /   January 20, 2012   /   0 Comments

English actress Emilia Clarke has revealed how she loves her scenes where she has to speak Dothraki in the hit HBO fantasy drama Game of Thrones. With the second season of Game of Thrones just a couple of months away, Emilia claims that she loves being able to immerse herself into the language, as it helps to feel part of the culture.
Clarke explained,

“Yeah it’s really good, yeah. I was looking back at it the other day and I was like ‘oh yeah, I was really getting really good’. It’s just wonderful to kind of have that as a tool to sort of immerse yourself in the Dothraki culture. To be able to be so different and then also have a completely different language as well, that kind of helps you to feel much more Dothraki.”

Emilia Clarke is one of the few lucky ones who managed to not be killed off in Game of Thrones season one, so will be joined by a whole host of new cast members for the second season of Game of Thrones. Game of Thrones season two is set to premiere on HBO on April 1, 2012 before it hits the UK on Sky Atlantic one day later on April 2, 2012.

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Mette   /   September 27, 2011   /   0 Comments

Emilia Clarke is the nice English girl who plays Daenerys Targaryen in HBO’s hugely successful pork-sword-and-sorcery drama series, “Game of Thrones.” In the show, which is adapted from George R. R. Martin’s equally huge series of cod-medieval fantasy books, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” Daenerys is one of the two remaining children of the ousted Targaryen dynasty, forcibly married, aged 15, to Khal Drogo, another huge thing (played by the 6-foot-4 Hawaiian-born actor Jason Momoa), a warlord of the horse-mad Dothraki people who live beyond the Narrow Sea.

When I say the Dothraki are horse-mad, I don’t mean to suggest that they collect rosettes for their show ponies and enjoy nothing more than a spot of dressage, oh no. Daenerys’s wedding involves a public orgy of explicit equine-style coupling, while to win a place in the dusky Dothraki’s heart the platinum blonde must, gulp, eat a horse’s heart, raw. Raped on her wedding night by Drogo — who resembles a mutant Klingon — Daenerys proves to be a tough-minded and shrewd operator, who quickly picks up the language of her adoptive people and learns how to please her testosterone-fueled consort from a helpful courtesan.

I suppose it’s fairly predictable that for a certain kind of sebaceous-soused male, lost in the medieval fastness of a permanent adolescence, Daenerys would be an obvious sexual fantasy object. Simultaneously large of breast and short of stature, she maintains an expression of piqued impassivity whether romping about naked on Drogo’s equally expansive embonpoint or watching him dispatch her uppity brother with a firkin of molten gold to the scalp.

Sadly, nothing I can say about the real-life counterpart to Daenerys is likely to lay waste to this forest of pubescent priapism. As I say, Emilia Clarke is a nice, well-spoken English girl of 24, who lives with her no doubt equally nice older brother, a politics student, in a London flat. She was brought up in the mimsy home county of Berkshire by her theatrical sound-man father and her businesswoman mother. She graduated from the London acting school Drama Centre in 2009.

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Isabelle   /   June 30, 2011   /   0 Comments

Goldderby recently released a brand new – and long! – interview with our Emilia. It’s a very good and informative interview, which all Emilia fans should check out for sure!

Epic fantasy drama “Game of Thrones” could conquer all at the Emmys this year. Not only is it a ratings powerhouse for paycaster HBO, having been renewed after its first episode aired, it has also become a critics’ darling with bids from both the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. and the Television Critics Assn. last week. When Emmy nominations are announced on July 14, some of the show’s sprawling cast may net nominations.

Arguably the break-out star of the show is relative unknown Emilia Clarke, as Daenerys Targaryen, who starts out as an innocent child bride and over the 10 episodes of the first season emerges as the formidable warrior queen of the Dothraki people.

“It’s a bit of a whirlwind” Clarke admits to GoldDerby. “I kept asking David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss] if they weren’t joking,” when told she had the role. On her character’s remarkable journey over the course of the season, the actress reveals it paralleled her own personal journey. “It does in a way reflect what it is that I have been going through as well as I only recently came out of drama school.”

While learning the Dothraki language was “really difficult” working alongside her TV lover Jason Momoa (as Khal Drogo) was “incredibly easy … with Jason, there’s no ‘breaking the ice,’ it’s broken before you’ve even met him; he’s such an incredible energy … the first time he ever met he he rugby tackled me to the ground, and that was kind of like our introduction!”

As far as her Emmy chances, it would not be a complete shocker if Clarke broke through with a nomination, as these kudos have recognized relative unknowns in breakout hits. Back in 2004, newcomer Amber Tamblyn (“Joan of Arcadia”) surprised many when she reaped a Drama Actress nod over formidable competition, along with a Drama Series nod for her fantasy show.