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by admin on December 2,2016   •   0 Comments

Westeros and a galaxy far, far away are colliding! “Game of Thrones” breakout Emilia Clarke is joining the “Star Wars” Han Solo spinoff.

Clarke will star opposite Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover, who play Solo and fellow smuggler Lando Calrissian, respectively.

All three leads endured grueling testing sessions for the standalone pic. The tests date back to the beginning of the year when thousands of actors first began meeting and reading for the role of the title character that Ehrenreich eventually nabbed.

“Selma” and “Creed” star Tessa Thompson, “Power Rangers” actress Naomi Scott, and Zoe Kravitz read for the female lead in October. Another group, which included Clarke, “Dope’s” Kiersey Clemons, fellow “Thrones” actress Jessica Henwick, and “Emerald City” star Adria Arjona tested in London. Clarke ultimately landed the role.

Execs and directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller, who are also penning the script, had tested another group in September, but decided on one more round after struggling to make their choice.

The movie will be set prior to “Star Wars: A New Hope” like the other upcoming “Star Wars” standalone project, “Rogue One,” which hits theaters on Dec. 16. click to read more »

by admin on June 6,2016   •   0 Comments

She’s no stranger to nude scenes and now Game of Thrones‘ Emilia Clarke has stripped down again.

The 29-year-old actress is featured on the cover of the magazine Violet Grey and in an accompanying pictorial, in which she appears topless with wet hair and also strikes more sultry poses in a slew of sexy outfits.

Among them are a long sleeve, sapphire sequined wrap gown with a plunging neckline and thigh-high split, as well as a long sleeve maize silk dress with dark, leaf-shaped beading.

Clarke has also appeared naked several times on Game of Thrones while playing ruler Daenerys Targaryen, most recently two weeks ago, in a fiery scene that reminded viewers just how powerful the “Mother of Dragons” is.

The actress talked to Violet Grey about how she gets into her character.

“Find out how the character walks,” she said. “You know what shoes she’s wearing—the way you hold yourself in heels is very different from the way you hold yourself in Crocs.”

Clarke also named her favorite body feature—and her answer may surprise you.

“I’m proud to say I’ve never had braces; my top teeth are just naturally straight,” she said.

You can catch Clarke on Game of Thrones Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO as well as in the new romantic drama film Me Before You, which was released this past Friday.

Source: E!Online

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From ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘The Hunger Games’ to their first celebrity crushes, we had Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin, stars of ‘Me Before You,’ ask each other the hard questions.

NEW YORK — To fans of HBO’s Game of Thrones,Emilia Clarke is Daenerys Targaryen, a shrewd, dragon-wielding conqueror and one of TV’s fiercest heroines.

So when Me Before You director Thea Sharrock suggested she play Louisa Clark  — a spunky, idealistic young woman who takes a job caring for a wealthy, wheelchair-bound quadriplegic (Sam Claflin) — screenwriter Jojo Moyes was understandably puzzled.

“I couldn’t see it,” says Moyes, who adapted her 2012 romantic novel for the big screen (in theaters Friday). “She was, for me, irrevocably linked to long, blond hair and dragons and looking very stern. But the moment you actually see her without the (Thrones) wig, she’s so warm and bubbly, and actually has the physical look of Louisa. It really took no time at all.”

Playing someone who shares her optimistic outlook and humor was part of the appeal to Clarke, who calls Louisa (nicknamed “Lou”) a “more innocent version” of herself.

Reading the book for the first time, “I was in love by page 3,” says Clarke, 29, teasing and laughing with her Me Before You co-star throughout an arduous day of interviews. “Lou felt like such a perfect extension of me. I just understood her, and it was that understanding that brought my excitement.”

Lou’s unbridled joy is a stark contrast to her embittered love interest, Will Traynor. The jet-setting banker has a glamorous girlfriend (Vanessa Kirby) and passion for extreme sports, until he is struck by a motorcycle and paralyzed from the neck down. When Will’s mother (Janet McTeer) hires Lou — who is supporting her working-class family — he initially goes out of his way to put her down, and the two butt heads.

At first, “he’s depressed and angry at the world, but she enters his life and isn’t afraid of the wheelchair and his quadriplegia,” says Clafin, 29, who moviegoers know best as Finnick Odair in The Hunger Games series. “He needs someone to be honest and truthful and put him in his place. Everyone’s obviously just been skirting around him and not treating him like a human, and she’s a breath of fresh air. She’s different from anyone he’s ever met.”

As their friendship grows, Lou learns that Will has decided to end his own life with assisted suicide. In a last-ditch attempt to remind him why life is worth living, she plans a series of “bucket list” excursions to a horse racetrack, opera and beach paradise, where an unexpected romance blossoms.

For Claflin, the emotional challenge far outweighed the physical ones of losing weight and making his body appear limp. “I had to kind of come to terms with why would he make this (decision),” he says. “The answer is that he’s a very determined young man and will do anything in his power to give the people around him the best. In his mind, it’s a very selfless act.”

Moyes adds: “The film asks you to think, ‘Well, what would I do if I was in the same position?’ … Anything that encourages us to think a little more and judge a little less has only got to be a good thing.”

Source: USA Today