Emilia Clarke couldn't be further from her ice cold, super serious character on "Game of Thrones."
The "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke has defended the show against sexist claims, but offscreen, even she is the victim of sexism.
The galaxy far, far away is inching closer. The Star Wars Han Solo spinoff has tapped Emilia Clarke as its female lead.
Emilia Clarke and Matt LeBlanc joined The Graham Norton Show where Clarke quickly began to geek out over the former Friends star. Clarke was unable to even speak to LeBlanc without blushing, causing Norton to say, “Emilia Clarke loves Matt Leblanc” in the fashion one child would tease another. LeBlanc on the other hand, did not geek out over Clarke, aka Daenerys Targaryen, as so many Game of Thrones fans would, because he hasn’t watched the show since season one.
“Game of Thrones” star Emilia Clarke is one of TVs hottest stars right now, but that didn’t stop her from fangirling over Matt LeBlanc when she met him on “The Graham Norton Show.”
Episode 6 of "Game of Thrones" saw the surprising return of a couple of characters who haven’t been around for a long time. Creepy old man Walder Frey revealed that Catelyn Stark’s brother, Edmure Tully, has been his prisoner since the Red Wedding.
Actress Emilia Clarke got into a discussion with Seth Meyers on "Late Night" about Dothraki, the language used by some characters in the "Game of Thrones" universe. “It’s a language, it’s a full language,” explained Clarke.
Emilia Clarke stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where the typically fiery Game of Thrones actress showed a softer side — with a gaggle of pups.
In the famous final scene of Season 1, Daenerys proved to the Dothraki that she was both flame-retardant and ready to lead, and this week she was like, “Why change what works?” So “Book of the Stranger” ended with an almost identical scene! But in this case she managed to massacre all the pre-existing Dothraki leadership before asserting herself as their new leader. Probably the second most amazing event of “Book of the Stranger” was Sansa’s long-awaited reunion with her brother Jon Snow. It can’t be a Season 6 episode without Ramsay doing something truly reprehensible, and this week it was murdering Osha! (Which, aw, poor Osha.
Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Alfie Allen, and Iwan Rheon popped their heads into The Late Late Show with James Corden to show us what it would be like if the wall of heads from Game of Thrones tried to order a pizza. Another issue the characters were faced with was when Khaleesi (Clarke) told everyone, “I’m not really doing gluten this month.” Keep in mind that this is the Mother of Dragons, so it kinda makes sense that she would be on the Atkins Diet.
Esquire named "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke the Sexiest Woman Alive. On "Ellen," she admitted that liquid courage helped her through the sexy photoshoot.
Jon who? HBO unveiled three new clips from Game of Thrones’ Season 6 on Monday evening, and instead of flogging (sorry, Cersei!) the old question about whether the handsome, dark-haired and repeatedly stabbed Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch is dead or alive, the focus falls squarely on the show’s female protagonists. RELATED Game of Thrones‘ Liam Cunningham Teases ‘Quite a Few’ Season 6 Deaths, Possible Melisandre-Davos Alliance An Episode 3 teaser finds Emilia Clarke’s Daenerys back among the Dothraki, but — spoilers ahead!
Our long wait is (almost) over. A year after the Season 5 finale that launched a thousand fan theories, Game of Thrones is preparing to enter new territory in its sixth season, which debuts Sunday, April 24 on HBO. For the first time in its history, the series will venture completely off book, as the writers have lapped the release of author George R.R. Martin’s final two novels.
It’s been three years since Emilia Clarke and Seth MacFarlane reportedly split, but in the May issue of Glamour magazine, she opens up for the first time about her relationship with the comedian. The Game of Thrones actress admitted to the mag that it wasn’t easy dating in the public eye.
The 28-year-old Londoner, who plays menacing, white-haired Daenerys Targaryen, aka Khaleesi, aka Mother of Dragons on Game of Thrones, is Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive. The magazine made the announcement early Tuesday, but GQ got there first, anointing Clarke Woman of the Year in September. In addition to her high-profile role on the massively popular HBO series, Clarke was Sarah Connor in the summer movie hit Terminator: Genisys. She can be queen, but also kid sister, killer or girl next door, writes Benjamin Markovits in the Esquire story accompanying Clarke’s nude cover, belly down with bedsheet strategically placed.
Anybody who watches of Game of Thrones is now pretty familiar with Emilia Clarke and her role of Daenerys Targaryen. Clarke, who hails from across the pond speaks with her English accent on the show, but as a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday, Clarke busted out a valley girl accent that was surprisingly believable.
Jake Gyllenhaal, Emilia Clarke, and Cara Delevingne were on The Graham Norton Show and were chatting about their beloved, expressive eyebrows. Norton then had guest Arnold Schwarzenegger judge the three in a contest to see who had the best skills at using their eyebrows.
Wait, J.K. Simmons is in 'Terminator Genisys?' After being MIA in all the previous teaser footage for the upcoming “re-imagining" of the Arnold Schwarzenegger blockbuster series, the newly minted Oscar winner appears in this exclusive new TV spot as a neurotic San Francisco police detective.
Maisie Williams, Peter Dinklage, Kit Harington, and Emilia Clarke take different approaches when asked to summarize four seasons in just 30 seconds.