05:28 PM EDT 07/08/2015
Emilia Clarke Is Down for a Threesome with Ryan Gosling – as Her Game of Thrones and Terminator Characters
Originally posted 07/02/2015 01:10PM
Emilia Clarke has already said she wants "something sexual" with Magic Mike XXL star Channing Tatum and his equally hot wife, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, and now she's set her sights on the Gos.
During an Unscripted Q&A with Moviefone, Terminator Genisys actor Jai Courtney asked Clarke a seemingly innocent question on behalf of Facebook user Trent: "If Sarah Connor and Daenerys Targaryen had a girls' night out, where would they go and what would they do?"
Originally posted 07/01/2015 06:40PM
The Game of Thrones star proved she can talk like Cher and Dionne on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Originally posted 06/25/2015 05:50PM
Considering the fact that she plays a dragon-taming queen on Game of Thrones and an apocalyptic action hero in Terminator Genisys, so you'd expect Emilia Clarke to injure herself in a totally bad ass way.
"I want to say it's from Parkour or something," she told BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw on Thursday of her stress fracture in her hip. "Something really brilliant, like I'm trying to vault a wall, but in reality I just slipped. It's really boring. But by the end of the press tour I'm going to come up with the sickest story ever. It's going to be pretty brilliant."
Originally posted 06/22/2015 12:20PM
See the Game of Thrones star's new do, along with more star mane moves from the weekend
Originally posted 06/14/2015 11:05PM
Six. Six Game of Thrones characters died in the season 5 finale, "Mother's Mercy." And one of those deaths marks arguably the show's greatest character loss yet (we felt every gut stab). Oh, and Arya (Maisie Williams) is blind. Shireen (Kerry Ingram) is still dead. Cersei (Lena Headey) just totally redefined a term for walking home after a hookup. And –
There is so much more. The finale followed two extreme, full-throttle episodes, and some may have expected Sunday's episode to take a breather and hit the brakes. Instead, Thrones continued the same relentless pace and emotional magnitude for its finale. Taken together, the last three hours of the season were incredible in their scope, ambition and narrative significance. While Thrones has been playing at a higher level in terms of its production values than the rest of television for years, I have a difficult time thinking of any series that – purely on a storytelling level – has had a triple-episode arc as intense as the past few weeks.
Originally posted 06/10/2015 03:30PM
When Tyrion met Dany: A behind-the-scenes Q&A with two Thrones favorites
Originally posted 06/08/2015 09:05AM
This is a Game of Thrones recap I have wanted to write for a long time.
Dany (Emilia Clarke) escaping the Daznak fighting pit while riding Drogon is one of the most exciting and climactic moments in George R.R. Martin's novels.
And the death of Shireen (Kerry Ingram) – which is not in the novels – is one of the most horrifying sequences in the show's history (and something I've been privately obsessing over since first hearing about it).
Thrones has always excelled at giving us moments of terror and triumph, but seldom have the highs and lows ever been so extreme, or come so quickly on top of each other, than in the past few episodes. We've had hugs and euphoria – Dany meets Tyrion (Peter Dinklage)! Jon's (Kit Harington) epic Hardhome battle! – and gut-punches and sadness – Ser Barristan (Ian McElhinney) dies, Sansa (Sophie Turner) is assaulted. And then tonight, in rapid succession, we witnessed the profoundly disturbing murder of an innocent child, and then saw the glory of a queen reclaiming her destiny – two scenes that could easily serve as the climax of an entire season on any other show, though it's tough to imagine any other series pulling them off as masterfully as Thrones did here (with the help of director David Nutter, who previously helmed season 3's Red Wedding episode).
I have a lot to say about the Shireen scene in particular. So I'm going to break my usual format and start with the scene I most want to talk about first, and then we'll recap the rest ...
Originally posted 05/31/2015 11:05PM
Valyrian steel FTW! Bet you didn't know Valyrian steel can kill White Walkers, did you? Heck, even George R.R. Martin might not know that, given how this season has taken so many unexpected detours from the source material. Maybe crossbows and lemoncakes kill them too, you just never know until you try.
And so at last, we come to the big battle episode of season 5 – and you probably didn't even know there was a big battle episode in season 5. Unlike the Battle of the Blackwater in season 2 or the Battle of Castle Black in season 4, tonight's Hardhome fight was a surprise to the characters and the audience too since nobody ever knows what those unstoppable White Walkers are up to (maybe Thrones should give the Night's King his own sympathetic storyline in season 6 – then he’d really be in danger of getting killed off).
The structure of this episode was unusual too, with roughly half the episode your usual tasty Thrones-ian buffet of storylines – with Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Dany's (Emilia Clarke) banter as one supremely delectable appetizer – then the second half suddenly gave us a big beefy entree of Jon Snow (Kit Harington) slaying White Walkers for nearly 30 minutes.
Originally posted 05/24/2015 11:20PM
– Maester Aemon had the most shocking death yet on Thrones: Natural causes! No gushing blood or swords or eye gouging. Just a peaceful death from old age (but I half expected the next scene to be Jon Snow walking into Aemon’s office and going, "Hey Aemon, I wanted to ask you who my real mom is – Aemon?").
– Sam lost his virginity after defending Gilly from being attacked. Our heads are spinning. Last week Sansa thought she was going to lose her virginity to her new husband, then got brutally raped. Now Gilly thought she was going to get gang-raped, yet helps Sam lose his virginity instead.
– How angry did Sansa's bruises make you? How much do we hate Ramsay at this point? Did everybody come back this week despite their anger? Show us on the doll where Game of Thrones hurt you.
Originally posted 05/22/2015 02:15AM
[YOUTUBE "vAiRvXnL6jE"] Come on, admit it. You'd totally pay to see this on Broadway.
Chris Martin and his Coldplay bandmates jokingly created Game of Thrones: The Musical for a Red Nose Day sketch, but the glimpses we saw of Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Emilia Clarke carrying a tune made us wish it was real.
"This is the best idea we've ever had," Martin insists.
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