USA TODAY – NEW YORK — Me Before You has something most weepy romances don’t: laughs.
Writing the film version of her 2012 novel, “it was important to keep the humor going as much as the sadder elements,” author Jojo Moyes says. The fun continued after the cameras stopped rolling, say stars Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke, who play a paralyzed man and his affable caretaker in the drama (in theaters Friday). Some of the charismatic duo’s funniest (and most painful) on-set stories:
USA TODAY – From Game of Thrones and the Hunger Games to their first celebrity crushes, we had Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafin, stars of Me Before You ask each other the hard questions.
HD screencaps from the latest episode of Game of Thrones 6×06 Blood of My Blood have now been added to the gallery! Be sure to check them out :)
HARPER’S BAZAAR UK – In our exclusive video below, Emilia Clarke takes us behind the scenes on her July issue cover shoot, set on a beautiful sun-drenched California beach.
“It’s pretty dreamy,” she says of the shoot, which sees her showcasing a wardrobe that consists entirely of Dior Couture. “I think that’s the best way to describe it… dreamy and gorgeous.”
Go on set with the Game of Thrones actress below:
Added in the gallery these beautiful portraits of Emilia and Sam Claflin taken during the promotion of Me Before You in New York! Be sure to check them out!
VARIETY – Emilia Clarke and Jay Duplass talked each other through the uncomfortable experience of filming sex scenes during a one-on-one interview for Variety and PBS’ “Actors on Actors” series. […] Things aren’t much easier for Clarke, who’s also had some challenging times on the set of “Game of Thrones.” Like Duplass, her first season took her on a wild ride.
“Season one of ‘Game of Thrones’ — like everything — I did it all,” said Clarke. “I got raped, I came out of the fire, I was butt naked. … I was pregnant and then lost it and then kind of gave birth to something else. So, season one was the most challenging out of everything. But the naked stuff is always difficult.” […]