Emilia Clarke claimed that after Game of Thrones, her days of fire and blood are finished, and she has no plans to see House of the Dragon. Double Take! What the Cast of “Game of Thrones” Looks Like Off-Screen
“No! Could you [pardon me]?” Clarke, 36, told Variety on Friday, January 20 regarding his interest in seeing HBO’s Targaryen-centered spinoff. The prequel series premiered in August 2022, stating that it takes place 172 years before the birth of Daenerys Targaryen. It emphasizes her forebears’ reign over the Iron Throne.
“It’s too strange. I am ecstatic that it is occurring. Clarke said, referring to the show’s Golden Globe triumph for Best Television Series – Drama earlier this month, “I’m over the moon about all the wins.” “I just can’t do it. It is really strange. It is really bizarre. It’s as if someone were to remark, “You want to attend this school reunion that is not your year? Want to attend the class reunion?’ This is the way it feels. I’m avoiding it.”
She offered some advice to Emma D’Arcy, the series’ star, despite not having seen the show. Foot Cravings, Incest, and Additional ‘Game of Thrones and ‘House of the Dragon’ Controversies
“Yeah. So, Miguel Sapochnik, one of the co-showrunners, set me up on a date, so to speak, with Emilia Clarke,” the 30-year-old actress told ComicBook.com prior to the August premiere of the fantasy drama.
“She was incredibly generous. She offered me hours of her time and was extremely open,” they explained. “And she addressed every aspect of that experience. I believe that you cleverly withheld some information. Things related to the release… But I believe she was gently preparing me for the immense stamina that this work takes and, in a sense, ready me for combat. She is an exceptional person.”
Kit Harrington, Clarke’s former co-star, is prepared to return to Westeros, although Clarke has no plans to look back. He will reprise the role of Jon Snow in a spinoff television series. The last time viewers saw the Targaryen-Stark heir, he had been taken to the Wall for murdering Daenerys.
“I think if you asked him, he would have felt he got off easy,” Harington, 36, said at a Game of Thrones event in Los Angeles in December, according to Entertainment Weekly. “At the end of the show, when we find him in that cell, he is about to be beheaded, and he desires it. He’s done. The fact that he visits the Wall is both the greatest blessing and the worst curse.”
The Eternals actor continued, “He’s got to go back to the location with all this history and live out his life thinking about how he killed Dany, and how Ygritte died in his arms, and how he hung Olly, and all this trauma, and that’s… intriguing.”
Emilia Clarke revealed that her days of fire and blood are over after Game of Thrones, and she has no plans to watch House of the Dragon. “No! Can you [forgive me]?” Clarke, 36, told Variety on Friday, January 20 when asked about watching HBO’s Targaryen-centric spinoff.
“I believe where we leave him at the conclusion of the performance, there’s always this sensation of like… ” I believe we desired a small smile to indicate that everything is okay. He is not well.”
The Jon Snow spinoff is still in development, although the second season of House of the Dragon has been renewed.