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British actress Emilia Clarke, popular for playing Khaleesi in Game of Thrones, revealed that after the end of the hit series some producers have pressed her to strip in new audiovisual projects, something she does not agree with and prefers avoid.
"I've had fights in the recording studio, in which I defend 'no, the sheet stays up' and they tell me 'you won't want to disappoint your' Game of Thrones' fans." And I tell them, what do they give you! "Clarke said in a recent episode of the podcast" Armchair Expert ", interviewed by the filmmaker Dax Shepard.
Clarke, like much of the cast of Game of Thrones, starred in several scenes that included nudes during the first seasons of the series, something that was lowered as the plot progressed.
Now, the actress talked about this stage of the beginnings of her career, which channeled differently in successive seasons of HBO fiction. "I was floating in that first season and I had no idea what I was doing, what this is all about," he said.
"I had never been on a set like that before, I had been in a studio twice before, and suddenly I find myself on a completely naked set with all those people and I don't know what I'm supposed to do, what is expected of me, I don't know what they want and I don't know what I want, "he said about his experience at the beginning of the filming of Game of Thrones.
According to Clarke, at this early stage of his career, he didn't think he was "worthy of requiring or needing" anything or imposing his own conditions. "Now I am much wiser about what makes me feel comfortable and what seems right to me," he said .
According to her testimony, the actress gained confidence in seasons and subsequent filming in order to express her doubts, something she learned with her cast partner Jason Momoa, who advised the young woman in some scenes they filmed together and that Clarke described as "wonderful."
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