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Above Suspicion

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Five Times In One Night

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April 11, 2016  Nicole New Event Photo Gallery Public Appearances

Emilia looked spendid on Saturday night (April 09) at the MTV Movies Awards – held at Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank. She was wearing an ankle-grazing Miu Miu sheath, but it turns out the dress was a nod to the upcoming season of Game of Thrones, she went for the look because it was covered in faces—and faces apparently play a big role on the new season of the show (she told to Glamour).

Emilia presented the Best Fight Award together with Adam Samberg, which was won by Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) vs. Ajax (Ed Skrein – former Game of Thrones co-star of Emilia).

Tons of pictures from the arrivals, ceremony and backstage have been added to the gallery! Be sure to check and enjoy them :)

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April 07, 2016  Nicole Magazine Scans Photo Gallery

HQ digital scans from the May issue of Glamour US featuring Emilia have now been added to the gallery! Be sure to check them and enjoy :)

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Emilia attended the day two of the 2016 Variety Studio: Actors on Actors series filming held on Sunday (April 03) in Los Angeles.

The conversations – which are presented on Variety by Shopbop / East Dane and sponsored by American Airlines – will appear in the June 7 issue of Variety and will stream on Variety.com. (source)

Some behind the scenes photos of Emilia – and other actors – at the Variety studios have now been added to the gallery! Enjoy :)


TV & Radio: Apperances and Interviews > 2016 – Variety’s Actors on Actors (In Studio – April 02) [+23]
April 05, 2016  Nicole Interviews Press Releated

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.

Read the rest of the interview at the SOURCE

April 05, 2016  Nicole Videos: Behind the Scenes

GLAMOUR“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke recreates her character’s famous “Where are my dragons?!?” line while looking for very important items around her home, like her Spanx.

GLAMOUR US – Over the past five seasons of Game of Thrones, we’ve come to know Emilia Clarke by her ferocious ambition, her flame-breathing dragon babies, and her many colorful names: Daenerys Targaryen, Khaleesi of the Dothraki, Mother of Dragons. A portrait of unstoppable womanly power, Khaleesi can pivot from deep maternal sweetness to enemy-obliterating fieriness in seconds. “I love that so many women watch the show,” Clarke tells Glamour in her May cover interview. “If you look at Game of Thrones on face value—blood, tits, dragons, swearwords—you’re like, Oh, this must be for guys. But if you take that away, the story lines are fascinating depictions of the struggle for power. And women are in on that conversation!”

So what’s it like to encounter those many female—and male—fans? “This gorgeous girl once said to me, ‘Watching Khaleesi makes me feel like I can be a strong woman,” Clarke shares. “I remember being like, ‘That’s proper.’ That is a wonderful thing. Then there are times with certain dudes where I’m like, ‘You’ve seen my tits. OK, sure, you can have a selfie.’ Awkward!”

We all know that Game of Thrones certainly is not shy of showing nudity. But we had to ask: In a show that’s filled with women’s breasts, butts, even the occasional vagina, why did we never see Khaleesi’s husband Khal Drogo’s dong?

“Oh, I did,” Clarke shared. “I saw his member, but it was covered in a pink fluffy sock. Showing it would make people feel bad. It’s too fabulous. No, I don’t know why. But I’d like to bring your memory back to Mr. Michiel Huisman [Khaleesi’s love interest in seasons four and five] and I copulating for the first time, which began with me saying, ‘Take off your clothes,’ and then you got to see his perfect bottom.”

But what about another criticism that’s been pointed at the show. Khaleesi was raped in season one by her husband, but a lot of people came away from that arc with the unsettling impression that almost immediately after the rape she falls in love with and dedicates herself to her rapist.

“Well, Daenerys and Khal Drogo’s arranged marriage, and the customary rape that followed—ask George R.R. Martin why he did that, ’cause that’s on him,” Clarke answered. “But I thought the consensual sex she has thereafter was genius. She is physically saying, ‘You can’t rape me again. I’m going to be in control and show you something you’ve never seen before.’ At the heart of it, we’re telling a story; you need that part of the story to feel empathy for Daenerys. You see her attacked by her brother, raped by her husband, and then going, ‘F–k all of you, I’m gonna rule the world.’ That’s where we are now.” (source)