Emilia Clarke broke all the rules and told her mother how "Game of Thrones" ends. But she's not worried that Mum is going to spill the beans to anyone. "The good thing about telling my mum these things is that she's a vault," Clarke told Stephen Colbert on "The Late Show" on Tuesday night. "'Cause she's just done forgotten I told her." The actress, who plays Daenerys Targaryen, Mother of Dragons, on the HBO fantasy series, says her own mother didn't even remember that she had read one of the scenes and asked Clarke recently to remind her what happens.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. A rabbit in Northern Ireland has gone viral after it was born with no ears. The bunny, known as Leo, was one of eight rabbits born to owner, Kylie Clarke, British news agency SWNS reports. Clarke was concerned that Leo would be severely affected by the affliction, but that hasn't been the case, Clarke said.
Britain's Jay Clarke says it is "more of a surprise" when he does not receive racially abusive messages on Twitter following a defeat than when he does. The world number 236, 19, will make his Grand Slam debut at Wimbledon next week after being handed a wildcard. Clarke, who faces fellow Briton Cameron Norrie in the last 16 of the Nature Valley International on Wednesday, says he has become accustomed to the abuse. "It's sad, but I have normalised it," Clarke told BBC Radio Derby. It's more of a surprise when I don't get it."
It shouldn't be that hard to pay women the same amount as men for equal work, but Hollywood – and, you know, every other industry – continues to struggle with it. Mashable first noted the lack of pay gap on Game of Thrones in 2017, and Emilia Clarke confirmed at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival that this has always been the show's standard. "On Game of Thrones, I have always been paid the same amount as my male costars," Clarke told Glamour. "It was my first job, and I was not discriminated against because I was a woman, in my paycheck." SEE ALSO: Want to be mad?
You would think one of the most important characters in Game of Thrones would know how the series ends. Emilia Clarke, the actor behind Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter for the Awards Chatter Podcast Wednesday, talking about her acting career, her aversion to talking about nude scenes, and the end of Game of Thrones. According to Clarke, the creators behind the HBO series might be filming multiple endings so even people working on the show won't know how it ends until it airs (a rumor that's long been suspected). THR asked Clarke about when she learned how Game of Thrones ends and she couldn't give them a satisfying answer because she's not sure if she knows how it ends. SEE ALSO: Emilia Clarke says she was always paid equally on'Game of Thrones' "I don't know that I even do [know how it ends] now," Clarke said.