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Above Suspicion

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Game Of Thrones

Emilia as Daenerys
Last Christmas

Emilia as Kate

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)

THE LOS ANGELES TIMESNote to readers: This article contains a spoiler about the series finale of “Game of Thrones.”

When Emilia Clarke finished reading the scripts for the last two episodes of “Game of Thrones,” she went for a long walk, wandering the streets of London in a stupor, trying to process the shocking fate of her character, Daenerys Targaryen, and whether she had the strength to play it. Shortly afterward, plagued by self-doubt, Clarke called her mom, the most pragmatic person she knows. She needed someone to talk her off the ledge.

Mom’s advice: You’re good and, if anything, you get to do some wicked acting. So enjoy it. “The boys [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] gave me a gift this season with Daenerys,” Clarke says. “They gave me a gift just giving me the part in the first place. To get the opportunity to play a girl who goes from being a naive, frightened creature to a dictator with genocidal tendencies is amazing. That’s a pretty big arc!”

Over lunch around the corner from her home in Venice and, later, in a phone call from her London residence, Clarke talked about that journey, the finale and how she handled the frightening brain aneurysms that beset her while making the show.

How did you feel when you read the finale script and you came to your last scene, when Jon Snow stabs you?
When I first read it, I read past it three times. Because what actually happens is all in the stage directions. I was reading the script and I was like, “What? Did I choke on something? What am I? Ill?” Then I read back and I’m like, “Oh. Oooooh no. Right. Brilliant. So he did it. The bastard.” It was a huge amount to digest and my response was complete shock.

What were your emotions when it came time to film it?
I don’t know what I was expecting, but it was difficult and enormously emotional. It isn’t just something I sat with for nine months. It’s a woman I lived with for a decade. And the relationship she has with Jon Snow is, I still believe, the truest, most real love she experiences in her entire life. So for that to be the way that it ends … obviously there’s a poetry to it, but there’s a huge amount of pain that comes with it. There was also something weirdly cathartic and full of closure about her journey being one of complete finality. Maybe the show goes on. But for her it absolutely doesn’t. For her, there’s an absolute full-stop. And there’s a release to that after all of the madness that happened before.

(Read the rest of the interview at the source)

Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 – Los Angeles Times [+6]

FLAUNT“When I watch telly or a movie, it’s escapism. I just want to not think about my fucking life for a minute. I want to sit there, and be transported,” says Emilia Clarke, the 32-year-old English actor at the epicenter of one of the biggest, highest grossing, most culturally significant and revered shows on the planet: Game of Thrones.

17.4 million people around the world tuned into the final season premiere episode of the show, making it the most watched screening in HBO’s history. Memes have been flying across social feeds, passionate debates have ensued on who will take the Iron Throne, and bubbling excitement-meets-a saddened unwillingness to really, truly accept that the eight season-long fantasy epic has finally come to a close, has sunk in.

Game of Thrones, and the original Song of Ice and Fire novels by George R. R. Martin, is a cultural phenomenon of insurmountable proportions. It holds six Guinness World Book of Records entries, is the most awarded series in Emmy history, and has won 308 awards out of 596 nominations to date. It’s been quoted in speeches by politicians. Referenced in shows from The Simpsons to Sesame Street. Children have been born and named after its characters. Its fans are said to be the most devoted and dedicated of all, exceeding Bieber’s “Beliebers,” Gaga’s “Little Monsters,” and Star Trek’s “Trekkies.”

And now, after eight long years of the show and franchise, it’s ending. Chants of ‘Winter is Here’ float across countries, time zones, social media platform of your choice, and into the canon of entertainment history.

Escaping to fantastical worlds such as Westeros is cleary a favoured pastime of our generation. “It hit at a time when, culturally and socially, people were interested in power,” explains Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, one of the warring heirs to the epic’s Iron Throne. The original story was inspired by the War of Roses that took place in England during the 14th century. “You’ve got power, which is really fascinating, and how our world is still run to this day, then you’ve got incredibly beautifully written complex characters and sensational intrigue.”

(Read the rest of the article at the source)


Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 – Flaunt Magazine [+10]
Magazine Scans > 2019 – Flaunt (Issue 166) [+1]
May 20, 2019  Nicole Photo Gallery Public Appearances

Back on Thursday, May 16, Emilia attended the SMS Battles Quiz For The MS Society, raising vital funds for Multiple Sclerosis research, at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London. During the event there was also a Game of Thrones reunion with her close friend Rose Leslie!

For the occasion Emilia wore a Monique Lhuillier Fall 2019 black velvet dress, and looked amazing in my opinion! Several photos from the evening have now been added to the gallery. Enjoy!

Public Appearances > 2019 Appearances > May 16: SMS Battles Quiz For The MS Society [+40]

A week later but here’s the update for Game of Thrones 8×04 The Last of the Starks, with production stills and HD screencaps added in the gallery.

The episode was really slow in my opinion, everything happened in the last 10 minutes and I suppose we all know what those two deaths brought to….the update for the episode 5 is on its way!


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EMPIRE – Emilia will play poet Elizabeth Barrett in Let Me Count The Ways. Set in the mid-19th century, the based-on-truth film follows Barrett as she is living in the family home with her siblings in an affluent part of London. She has gained fame and recognition for her poetry but, weakened by a mysterious illness, lives as a virtual recluse, reliant on laudanum. The youthful, impulsive Robert Browning comes into her life, awakening a passion she had previously only ever written about. But the closer she and Browning get, the more her father fights to keep control over her.

Björn Runge, who last directed The Wife, is behind the camera for the film, working from Paula Milne’s script. Clarke will next be seen in Paul Feig’s Last Christmas, headed our way on 15 November. (source)