British actress and star of the TV series “Game of thrones” Emilia Clarke claims that she tried to get to pose Nude. She reported about it in the podcast Armchair Expert.
So, Clark said that she was asked to strip for a scene in a certain project, we shall discuss this in advance. When the actress refused, she tried to persuade with words.
[quote author=””]”You don’t want to disappoint fans of “Game of thrones””. “And I said “Go ** ***
In addition, the actress shared her feelings on filming season 1 of “Game of thrones” when she quite often had to undress.
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“I’ve never been on the set of such a large project, I only twice was filming, and now I’m on a Playground completely naked, with all these people, and I don’t know what I want to do and what was expected of me, what do you want what I want,” said Emilia.
Clark also admitted that he cried in the bathroom during breaks between filming. This helped her cope Jason Momoa (khal Drogo).
Recall that Jessica Henwick, which played the role of Nymeria Sand in the famous TV series “Game of thrones” talks about the participation in the fourth “Matrix”.
As reported by the portal Znayu actress Emilia Clarke, who played the role of Daenerys Targaryen in the TV series “Game of thrones” has put an end to the scandal with a Cup of Starbucks in the frame in one of the episodes of the eighth season.
The portal also Znayu wrote that the mistakes in the final season of “Game of thrones” was recognized even by the creators.
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