Kit Harington And Emilia Clarke Tease 'Game Of Thrones' Final Episodes

Saturday, 04 May, 2019

The director, Miguel Sapochnik, never wants to do anything like filming "The Long Night" in his career ever again.

She may be the Mother of Dragons on Game of Thrones, but that doesn't mean she's not just like us when it comes to meeting the stars. Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen on the hit HBO series, appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night and dropped a HUGE piece of information.

The actress also shared that her brother worked on the camera department of the show. But what made the riveting hour and 22 minutes must-see television was that all the skillfully conceived elements were seeped in reality. I remember when I got greyscale I asked [the producers] if this is it and they said, 'No, not this season.' So I thought I was definitely fucked next season. "I'm good. You can stay there, '" she joked.

Asked who is more embarrassed about that kind of thing, she replied: "Definitely him". "Definitely him", Clarke replied with a laugh.

Jon tells Dany the truth about their relationship.

According to the theory, reported by Hollywood Life, it seems unlikely that Arya Stark will get to kill both the Night King and Cersei as well, leading to the possibility that it could be Sansa.

Judging by these photos, Daenerys is wasting no time planning and executing her invasion but what kind of army will travel with her to fight for the Iron Throne?

In our industry-leading player ratings for the Battle of Winterfell, Jon Snow was the single worst performer, closely followed by his fellow bedwetter Samwell Tarly. Emilia Clarke posts tributeAs a tribute to the passing of her trusted sidekick, Emilia Clarke posted a picture of the two of them. "Episode five is bigger", Clarke said. "Find the biggest TV you can", she warned.

"We've won the Great War". With the show going away from its source material, who's to say Gendry couldn't throw his hat in the ring if he so chose?

"We'll rip her out root and stem", she adds as a shot of Queen Cersei (Lena Headey) is shown.

The most recent Game of Thrones season 8 episode was infamously plagued by a complete lack of light in some places, with viewers complaining about the blurry and hard-to-see fight scenes.