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Nicole   /   May 18, 2016   /   0 Comments

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLYNotice: This post contains a spoiler from Sunday’s Game of Thrones, “Book of the Stranger”

Daenerys Targaryen added another spectacular feat to her legendary history on Sunday night’s Game of Thrones. She not only escaped her Dothraki captors, but also brought the house down — literally — with an epic fire-goddess scene that reminded everyone the Mother of Dragons is not to be trifled with.

While fans have assumed Dany would somehow eventually escape her confinement at Vaes Dothrak, the most common prediction was that Ser Jorah and Daario Naharis would simply smuggle her out, or that Drogon would swoop down to torch her enemies like at the end of season 5. But showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss concocted a far more clever, shocking, and character-driven twist.

As Clarke excitedly describes the scene to EW: “It’s so exciting, very tingly-making. Every season I get at least one spine-chilling moment. I just stand up and I go, ‘I’m hearing what you’re all saying, but funny thing, I’m going to kill you all. I forgot that I have an ace in my back pocket and now I win.’”

It’s long been assumed Dany is fireproof through some magical Targaryen bond with her dragons. We saw in the pilot that she walks into a scalding bath; later, she declares, “He was no dragon; fire cannot kill a dragon,” after her brother perishes; and eventually, she emerges Unburnt from her dragons’ birth. (In George R.R. Martin’s novels, however, Dany’s fire-immunity was apparently a one-time thing, the author has suggested.) In a way, being fireproof has been Dany’s covert superpower since the show launched.

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Also, some additional production stills from the episode have been released and now added to the gallery, enjoy! (HD screencaps are on their way!)

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Nicole   /   May 10, 2016   /   0 Comments

COSMOPOLITAN.CO.UK.Warning: If you’re yet to catch up on Game of Thrones, you might want to look away now.

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Nicole   /   May 10, 2016   /   0 Comments

ETONLINE – ET called up Westeros newcomer Joe Naufahu, who plays Dothraki leader Khal Moro, to get the exclusive scoop on what’s coming next on our journey to Vaes Dothrak and what Emilia Clarke is really like on the GoT set!

How would you describe Daenerys and Khal Moro’s dynamic moving forward?
Joe Naufahu:
It’s strenuous, but at the same time I think there is a lot of respect there at the moment. I think there is going to be some fireworks coming up, but at the moment, it’s all very respectful. There was a lot of natural attraction on Moro’s part, anyway, but once he knew what the situation was, he’s been nothing but a gentleman, and whether that carries on will remain to be seen…. I think his mentality is, ‘Well, if I can’t have you — no one can.’ And conveniently, as part of the Dothraki traditions, he’s like, ‘Since you are a wife of a Khal, and your Khal is dead, you’re going to spend the rest of your time in Vaes Dothrak.’ I think that’s his little way of getting back at her for not giving it up for him.

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Dany always finds a way to gets what she wants. Will she be able to charm her way away from Khal Moro?
JN:
She’s not too charming. She’s got a big arsenal of weapons at her disposal and she’s not the charming little girl you’d think. Everyone knows that she’s got a big army and I don’t know whether these Dothraki can handle it, but we’ll have to see what happened.

What were you most surprised to learn about Emilia?
JN:
Just she’s a bit of a tomboy. I think I learned that she’s got a few brothers and when she was hanging out with the Dothraki, she was just like one of the boys and that was really cool. You always wonder what these people and these actors are like when you read about them in the papers and stuff, and it was cool to know that she’s just a really cool chick. Really down to earth and really funny and goofy and not a prima donna at all.

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Did you ever prank Emilia?
JN:
No, I didn’t, but I should have! She got me really good. I fell asleep and she decided to smother dessert all over my face and all over my Dothraki outfit and my beard, so I woke up to that one morning at 3 a.m. covered in caramel fudge! It’s every guy’s dream to be covered in caramel fudge by Emilia, right? I was living my fantasy. [Laughs] I shouldn’t have woken up.

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Nicole   /   April 21, 2016   /   0 Comments

VARIETY – The last time we saw Daenerys Targaryen at the end of Season 5 of “Game of Thrones,” things didn’t look good for the Queen of Meereen: she was being overtaken by a horde of Dothraki. Now, on the cusp of the April 24 premiere of the HBO masterpiece’s sixth season, Emilia Clarke offers a few cryptic hints about what’s in store.

What’s in store for Daenerys this season?
Oh, a lot’s happened this next season! Every season’s really difficult as to the anticipation of what’s going to come out. I say this every season, but I mean it more than ever this time, this is the biggest thing. I’m going to be surprised if people’s televisions don’t explode, like actually explode or computers have to be pushed aside. It’s huge, it’s ridiculously huge. I remember reading the scripts and being like, “So, everything we’ve ever managed to do in one entire season, we’re like doubling and putting into Season 6?” It’s astonishing. It’s really, truly astonishing how much work has been done out of one season. It’s the biggest, baddest season so far, for sure.

How did it feel going into this season where there are no more books to follow? Did it feel different for you as an actor?
I think everyone was like, “What’s going to happen?” We’ve all known and now we don’t know what’s going to go on. From day one [showrunners Dan Weiss and David Benioff] make everyone feel confident. They keep things from us in a good way. I can be like, “Guys, let’s go for a drink.” Three drinks in, I’ll be like, “So, does Daenerys die or does she win?” They don’t want to tell me. They’ll joke about it but they won’t ever tell you. There’s a beautiful thing about them really kind of making sure that the actor’s getting what they need and not knowing too much.

Coming into this season, there was even more of that. It’s kind of exciting. The whole cast gets sent the scripts ahead of filming, so let’s say we start filming in June. At the end of May, we’ll all get the script. We’re all texting each other saying, “Oh my God.” There’s a big moment when you get your script. This season was epic with that one. Everyone was much more like, “What is going to happen?” It just means that there’s even more fairy dust in the air.

I think they’ve done pretty well so far with the books, so I’m confident that the people, the fans aren’t going to be disappointed, that much is certain.

What’s your relationship with them on set?
They are one of the few continuous presences on set. They are literally there every day. Every day that they can be there, they are there for someone, for one character or another. They are on set making sure that you’re okay, making sure that everything is cool, cracking jokes, keeping the environment relaxed and fun… because they keep killing everyone. In the current script you’re reading, you make friends and they die. Then you make friends, and they die.

Dan and Dave are my closest mates on set. I totally consider them my friends. They are always trying to set me up with someone. It’s the funniest thing. I’m always like, “Can we talk about the characters?” And they’re like, “We’ve got this new guy for you. We think he’d be really good for you.” It’s just magic, working with them. They’re so full of life and funny. You see it in the writing. You have to be incredibly intelligent to be that funny.

I think there’s just that secret rule at “Game of Thrones” that’s the No Asshole Rule. I don’t know how they’ve done it, but there aren’t any assholes who work on our show. There just aren’t any in any department, in any cast. You have to be this nice, cool, funny, intelligent person to work on the show. I think they set the precedent because it happens from the top down. They set the tone for everyone, even if you wanted to be an asshole. You just couldn’t. It wouldn’t be allowed.

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Nicole   /   April 18, 2016   /   0 Comments

ETONLINE – Emilia Clarke is appealing for more male nudity on Game of Thrones.

ET’s Leanne Aguilera caught up with the 29-year-old actress on Sunday (April 10) at the season 6 premiere of the HBO hit in Hollywood, California, where she responded to some fans’ complaint that male and female nudity isn’t as balanced on the fantasy series as it should be.

Fear not Game of Thrones fans — Clarke hears you, and is looking to change it.

“Damn straight,” she acknowledged when asked if she hopes the outcry is going to spark a change for future seasons. “Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) hasn’t been around for a while, so yes.”

Clarke recently joked about seeing her on-screen husband’s “fabulous” private parts in the May issue of Glamour magazine. “I saw his member,” she hilariously quipped. “But it was covered in a fluffy pink sock. Showing it would make people feel bad. It’s too fabulous.”

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Nicole   /   April 05, 2016   /   0 Comments

GLAMOUR: What kind of kid were you?
EMILIA CLARKE: I was the drama kid. I wanted to be in the popular crowd, desperately, and I never was. I was hanging on to their coattails like, “Be my friend!”

GLAMOUR: Your mother is a vice president at a management consultancy. What did you learn from her?
EC: My dad worked away a lot, on tour, so my mom would pick my brother and me up from school. She’d be on a conference call on loudspeaker while hanging out with us, so I’d be listening and saying things like, “I don’t think John knows what he’s talking about.” I absorbed a business mentality. In terms of feminist issues, my mom never told me, like, “It’s gonna be tough. You’ve got boobs.” But I saw that there was no difference between my mom and my dad in terms of what they were capable of because of their genders.

GLAMOUR: You went to acting school. Can great acting be taught?
EC: They taught me to invest myself, feel vulnerable, commit to a character. But it was an uphill struggle. I never got cast as Juliet. There were some rarefied beauties my year; they were blond, knew Shakespeare, had all the right things. With me, they’d be like, “Can you play the Jewish grandmother?” “Uh-huh! Sure!”

GLAMOUR: You’ve joked that after you told your dad you wanted to become an actress, he said the only line you’d ever need to learn would be “Do you want fries with that?”
EC: He gets so upset with me [for joking about that]: “Milly, stop saying that I’ve said these terrible things.”

GLAMOUR: But there is an element of genuine worry in that: Jesus, that’s a tough job.
EC: If I had kids and they asked, Do you want [me] to be an actor? I would say, If there’s anything else that you can imagine doing, do that—’cause there’s so much heartache and failure and sh-ttiness that doesn’t get on the front of the magazine.

GLAMOUR: Before you landed Game of Thrones, you worked as a telemarketer to make your rent. Were you good at it?
EC: I was upselling for charities: “Thank you for giving five pounds a month; have you considered giving six-pounds-fifty?” Soul-destroying. People responded by saying things like, “You evil person. I’ve just lost someone close to me.” I did four shifts and walked out.

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