Friday, May 15, 2015

Emilia Clarke on the June 2015 Cover of Harper's Bazaar


With the continuing success of 'Game of Thrones', Emilia Clarke's career continues to thrive. The actress is the June 2015 cover star of Harper's Bazaar magazine. On the cover shot by Norman Jean Roy, Emilia looks beautiful in a ALEXANDER MCQUEEN FALL 2015 red feather embroidered and sheer high neck gown accessorized with gold earrings. 

For her beauty look, an espresso smokey eye was added along with a pulled back up-do. In the issue, she talks about JayZ buying one of Khaleesi's dragon eggs for Beyonce, Hollywood's obsession with 'Game of Thrones, her character in The Terminator and more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more details on her feature go to HarpersBazaar.com and pick-up a copy on newsstand on May 26th.


On Hollywood's obsession with 'Game of Thrones':

"Someone took a fantasy in my head and played it in real life. I was at a Golden Globes after-party and Channing Fucking Tatum came up to me, and his stunning missus, Jenna. And they said, 'We call each other "moon of my life" and "my sun and stars" and all that.' And I was like, 'I cannot contain this. Please, can we all have something sexual together? You're both beautiful, even just a hug."

On playing 'Sarah' in the Terminator': 
"This Sarah has a different backstory. She's grown up knowing what she had to do.The hours were so long and the guns were so heavy, so I had to get myself into a place where I wouldn't crap out at four o'clock. And also I am the only girl, so I wanted to be like, 'Hey, boys, let me give you a run for your money. It never gets old. He( Arnold Schwarzenegger) was so much fun. I expected this massive ego to turn up, but he is this charming, sweet, kind man. He got really excited to film the scenes."

On her popularity changing & people recognizing here:
"Yeah, I think things might change. It feels funny. I am about to sound really boring, but the life I love is really chill and modest. I don't quite know how that is going to be too interrupted. And someone stops me and says, 'Oh, can I have a picture?,' they keep forgetting that anyone knows me!"





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