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WONDERLAND – Having starred as the imperious lead in the biggest show of all time, it’s safe to say Emilia Clarke’s star has already risen. Despite the success of her turn as Game of Thrones“mother of dragons”, Daenerys Targaryen, Clarke is still somewhat at the genesis of her acting career. Having dedicated the best part of a decade to George R.R Martin’s sprawling masterpiece, the actor now finds herself almost starting again, namely with the Emma Thompson-written seasonal offering: Last Christmas. Here, she chats to Wonderland about social media, dealing with two brain haemorrhages, and life beyond the series.

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Magazine Scans > 2019 – Wonderland Magazine (Winter Issue) [+2]
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Back on Sunday night (September 22), Emilia attended the 71st Emmy Awards together with the Game of Thrones Cast. The show has won the award for Outstanding Drama and Peter Dinklage for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (for the fourth time!).

Emilia looked really amazing! She wore a Maison Valentino Fall 2019 Couture Dress, David Webb Cabochon Opal Drop Earrings and Couture Opal Ring, Maison Valentino Bebop Ring Loop-Handle Clutch and Jimmy Choo Platform Peep Toe Sandals (thanks Emilia Clarke Closet for the info!)

Several photos from arrivals, ceremony, on stage, press room and HBO after party have now been added to the gallery. Enjoy!



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VARIETY – During their Actors on Actors chat, Regina Hall and Emilia Clarke talk about breaking into the industry and inhabiting on-screen roles that haven’t been portrayed before. While Hall talks playing the brazen power trader in “Black Monday,” Clarke delves into her role as Daenerys Targaryen on “Game of Thrones.”

“Actors on Actors” will air on PBS June 18th and 20th. (source)

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY – The cast of Game of Thrones says farewell to the HBO blockbuster in Entertainment Weekly‘s new issue going behind the scenes of the final season’s end game.

The issue dives deep into the tragic downfall of Daenerys Targaryen with Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington, along with chats with Isaac Hempstead Wright about playing the new king of Westeros and Sophie Turner on becoming the Queen in the North. There are also 14 new photos from behind the scenes and the show itself.

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“This show is my life,” Clarke says. “Any doors that are open now, this show opened them. Any major life choice I’ve made have been a reaction to this show.” (source)


Magazine Scans > 2019 – Entertainment Weekly (May 31 – June 07, 2019) [+1]
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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – The English star was constantly afraid of being killed off the show, saying, “I just assumed every impostor syndrome times a million.”
With HBO’s Game of Thrones never shying from saying goodbye to characters, star Emilia Clarke admits that she was constantly afraid of being killed off the show. “On the show you have the phone call,” Clarke shared during The Hollywood Reporter’s Drama Actress Roundtable.

“You get a call from David [Benioff] and Dan [Weiss], who are the creators of the show, and everyone starts to really dread that phone call,” Clarke said, whose character survived to make it to the series finale. “That’s the kiss of death.”

“I started so green and was so incredibly grateful to be employed, I just assumed every impostor syndrome times a million,” Clarke continued. “I just assumed that every time I read the script I was going to be written off because I was just crap, and that they had had enough, and that this time was the last time.”

The actress went on to share the time she knew she had made it in Hollywood when she auctioned off the chance to watch an episode of Game of Thrones with her, only to discover that Brad Pitt had joined the bidding war. “He didn’t ultimately win,” she said, but, “it was the most ridiculous, surreal moment of my entire existence.”

(SPOILER): Clarke starred as Queen Daenerys Targaryen in the Emmy Award-winning series. Daenerys died at the hand of Jon Snow on Sunday’s series finale.

The full Drama Actress Roundtable airs July 7 on SundanceTV. Clarke stars on the roundtable along with Patricia Arquette, Christine Baranski, Danai Gurira, Niecy Nash and Michelle Williams. Follow all the Emmy season roundtables at THR.com/Roundtables.

VARIETY – Just like the millions of “Game of Thrones” fans across the globe, Emilia Clarke is devastated the HBO series has come to an end.

“Having it come to its conclusion feels utterly surreal and completely bizarre and very, very very strange,” she tells Regina Hall in an upcoming episode of Variety’s Actors on Actors.

“So much of life has happened in the 10 years,” Clarke said. “I’ve grown into a woman. I started as a child. (I mean) I was 23 but mentally, I was so green.”

Clarke says she wrapped filming on “Thrones” in August of 2017, given the show’s epic post-production work, and that it’s taken her nearly this long to come to terms with her saying goodbye to the Mother of Dragons.

“At first I was like existential ‘Who am I? Where are my dragons?’ Why or where am I driving? Where the hell are we?’ It felt really deeply emotional.”

While some of her cast mates took what memorabilia they could from set, Clarke said she simply forgot to do so.

“I deeply regret it. And I’m very annoyed,” she laughed. “And I’m really hoping the show-runners give me an egg.”

Watch the full conversation between Clarke and Hall on the next season of Actors on Actors, which airs in June on PBS SoCal. (source)