Emilia Clarke Compares Women's Inequality To Racism

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Emilia Clarke Compares Women's Inequality To Racism

Hurry up 17th July - we want to watch Game Of Thrones already!

With the Season 7 premiere of "Game of Thrones" coming up fast, fans of the HBO original series are scrounging for any final clues they can get about what's to come. Is that actually happening? "It's my beginning, middle and end - the single thing that has changed me most as an adult". In case you couldn't tell... Season seven will be the show's shortest yet, and the question after it concludes is how long fans will have to wait until Game of Thrones returns for its swan song.

As imagined, a series of rumors emerged soon after the interview was published by Rolling Stone. On Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke makes conquering cities and being the ultimate boss of the Known World look as easy as riding a dragon.

With "Game of Thrones" season 7 arriving next month, series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss have recently confirmed that they're nearly done creating the storyline for season 8.

In fact, the London-born actress thinks she's fortunate to have been cast in the role of Daenerys Targaryen, the Princess of House Targaryen, in the show. We can finally pursue the intrigues of the show's characters who go to war for the Iron Throne on HBO.

And she's now filming the untitled Han Solo project abut which, she insists, she can say nothing. She even teased a few details about the upcoming season, telling the magazine, "It's a really interesting season in terms of some loose ends that have been tied, some really satisfying plot points ..."

"As the worlds start to converge, characters who haven't met each other before start to meet each other and there are more and more main characters together in each other's storylines than there have ever been before", said Weiss.

"It doesn't stop me from being a feminist", Clarke told the outlet. And then for that to be a character that I'm know to play?

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