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Emilia Clarke says even she still doesn't know how 'Game of Thrones' ends


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.

Emilia Clarke starts her 'Game of Thrones' goodbyes on Instagram


It's the beginning of the end for Game of Thrones, and Emilia Clarke is getting sentimental on Instagram. The star posted two photos over the weekend to commemorate her last days shooting Thrones, which she notes has been part of her life (and ours!) for almost a decade. SEE ALSO: Watch a preview for the'Game of Thrones' Targaryen prequel book by George R. R. Martin Hopped on a boat to an island to say goodbye to the land that has been my home away from home for almost a decade. It's been a trip @gameofthrones thank you for the life I never dreamed I'd be able to live and the family I'll never stop missing # #lastseasonitis In another post, she shares what appears to be an older photo with Liam Gallagher, John Bradley West, and showrunner Dan Weiss. The caption and hashtags imply there was singing involved – did Emilia cover "Wonderwall" for karaoke night?

‘GOT’ star talks sex scene

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With "Game of Thrones" premiering its penultimate season this week, one of the show's biggest stars is reflecting on her time with the series and the one scene she's particularly proud of filming thus far. Emilia Clarke, who fans know as Daenerys Targaryen, Khaleesi, Mother of Dragons, Breaker of Chains and several other names on the hit HBO series, spoke with Elle Magazine about her role. Most notably, she discussed her character's steamy sex scene with Daario Naharis, played by Michiel Huisman. Fans have heralded the moment when Clarke's character demands that the man serving in her court take off his clothes. The actress says she was thrilled to have such a feminist moment after several seasons of the opposite.

'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke reveals a cast member confessed being the coffee cup culprit

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Find out exactly how Emilia Clarke got her start with'Game of Thrones,' plus some fast facts you may not have known, like Clarke briefly dated'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane. "Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke says she knows who is behind the infamous coffee cup that made its way into an episode of the series' final season. The 33-year-old actress appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" Wednesday where the host brought up the coffee cup fiasco. The gaffe in occurred in Episode 4 of the final season when a coffee cup appeared in a scene with Clarke's character, prompting many to blame her for the oversight. However, at long last, the actress revealed that a fellow cast member confessed to the mess up.

'Game of Thrones' showrunners explain Daenerys' downward spiral in final season

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The petition has already gained more than 350,000 signatures from disgruntled viewers who were upset with Daenerys Targaryen's big twist in the penultimate episode, where the mother of dragons burned Kings Landing to the ground. Daenerys Targaryen's siege on King's Landing left "Game of Thrones" fans horrified as she burned innocent civilians alive. The fierce leader, played by Emilia Clarke, took her quest for power to disturbing heights – literally in this case, from atop her dragon. Many fans felt the descent into bloodlust was a bolt from the blue and claimed show bosses didn't pave the way for a switch of such magnitude. As bells rang out for surrender, the silver-haired ruler paused for thought, only to continue her siege on the people of the capital, civilians and children included.