Fame Emilia Clarke has brought the role of daenerys Targaryen in the TV series “Game of thrones”. She was only 23 years old, according to Politeka.
“I agreed to the role, and then they sent me the script. I read it and from time to time thought – that is the trick. But I just finished acting school and came to work professionally. If there’s something in the script, so it’s got to be there. And I will give it a meaning. All will be well,” Clark said.
Before that, Emilia was only twice on the set. And now she was on her fully naked and I was surrounded by people. She admits that she didn’t know what to do.
“I don’t understand what is required of me. I didn’t know what they want and what I want. Regardless, there would be sex scenes or not, the entire first season I was in any case nothing would have demanded. I thought I was not entitled to claim something. Whatever I feel is wrong. I’d rather cry in the toilet, and then come back, we complete shooting the scene and everything will be fine” – says the actress working on the show.
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After shooting Clark decided not to look for your name in search engines, as we constantly ran across articles about their erotic scenes.
“They wrote what my fat ass and so on. And I was still almost a child!” she says.
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