The Australian TV CEO said he was bemused when he first watched 'Game of Thrones' and saw 'short dumpy' Clarke walking into the flames.
'Game Of Thrones' spin-off 'House Of The Dragon' is currently in production, and will focus on the Targaryen ancestors.
Bake Off finalist Laura Adlington has revealed she received an unlikely message of support from Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke
The 'Game of Thrones' star said it helped her gain perspective at the beginning of her career.
The 'Game of Thrones' star said that she and the hospital staff had an 'absolute giggle' in the ambulance.
The Great War is here! Jon’s doom laden voice confirms all fears as Cersei acknowledges she’s surrounded and Daenerys hits Dragonstone with fighting talk. “We’re the last Lannisters left” intones Cersei to Jaime, and in a slight at Tyrion: “The last ones who count”. With Jon to the north, Euron to the west, Dany to the east and what’s left of the Tyrells and Martells in the south, Cersei’s giant map must be looking smaller to her every day.
When actor Mahershala Ali (House of Cards, Luke Cage, Moonlight) revealed this week that he once auditioned for Game of Thrones, it made us sit up and listen. By the sounds of it, Ali was auditioning for the role of Xaro Xhoan Daxos, which Nonso Anozie eventually played in a handful of episodes in season two. Claflin revealed he also read for the part of Viserys Targaryen – that’s Daenerys’ not too pleasant brother.
Much-loved ‘Friends’ star turned ‘Top Gear’ host, Matt Le Blanc, has found his character called into question after he made an “inappropriate” comment about Game Of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke at last night’s Emmys. The 49 year old was chatting to Jason Kennedy on the Emmys’ red carpet last night when he was asked if he was Game Of Thrones fans, with Emilia playing feisty Daenarys Targaryen in the hit HBO show. Matt replied: “Yeah, I saw the first season, and I kind of fell out of touch with it.
The Emmy nominations for 2016 are in and there’s only one thing on my mind. Are any of the ladies finally going to be awarded for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series? Peter Dinklage has won Outstanding Supporting Actor twice before, once in 2011 and again in 2015 and is now nominated for a third time, but he is the only star of the show to actually win an Emmy so far.
Hopefully by now you’ve caught up with the explosive season six finale of HBO’s ‘Game of Thrones’, but amidst all the carnage and incident that took place in The Wind of Winter it’s worth addressing the prophecy Cersei once had revealed to her at the hands of fortune teller Maggy the Frog. In The Wars to Come (season five, episode one), we see a flashback of a teenage Cersei Lannister and her friend enter the witch’s hut.
Last week’s episode of Game of Thrones saw Sansa Stark unmericfully finish off Ramsay Bolton (but we all knew he had that coming). The female characters of Game of Thrones are finally getting their way!
Episode 9 of this season’s ‘Game of Thrones’ presented us with a number of truly awesome moments, including Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) meeting Yara Greyjoy (Gemma Whelan). Now, ‘Me Before You’ star Clarke has teased us by hinting there might be something about to go down between the powerful pair. During official behind-the-scenes interviews with Clarke and Whelan, both women who play powerfully ruthless, yet likeable characters in George R.R. Martin’s fantasy world speak freely about how they’d like the two to get along in the HBO show.
Oh we do love Emilia Clarke here at Yahoo HQ. Speaking to People magazine, the Game of Thrones star said that she would happily date Oscar winning Leonardo DiCaprio if he stopped dating supermodels. Emilia recently said that she’d love Leo to be her leading man if she ever got her dream role as a female James Bond, but it seems she has a little crush on him too.