Emilia Clarke Is So Over This 'Sexist' Term to Describe Female Characters


U.S. actor Alden Ehrenreich (L), British actress Emilia Clarke and USA director Ron Howard arrive on May 15, 2018 for the screening of the film "Solo: A Star Wars Story".

The British beauty wore statement earrings for the outing and highlighted her natural good looks with pink blusher.

Speaking at the event, Emilia opened up on whether Game of Thrones has a gender pay gap.

She revealed that she has always got the same paycheck as her male co-stars of the show, but is aware of the situation in the industry.

The actress revealed she has always enjoyed pay parity with her male co-stars.

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Clarke, who made her comments during an interview at Cannes, said actors need to be attentive during negotiations for roles.

"I am never going to take a job that doesn't tell that story, because I think it's a very important narrative that we are telling all ages at all stages", Clarke noted of her character's tough exterior in some of the teaser's sequences.

Thanks to her performance as Daenerys Targaryen in the HBO series Game of Thrones, actress Emilia Clarke has been offered a variety of badass female characters in the world of science fiction and fantasy, resulting in her character often being described with a specific word. "You just start to fight harder for that stuff".

In the dark: The actress, who plays dragon queen Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO fantasy drama, now wrapping up the final ever season; she claimed not to know how it all will end, but predicted that no-one would be able to predict it. Check out our gallery to chart her style from the red carpet to the beach.

While acknowledging that it could become "muddy" she said: "From an idealistic point of view, it makes complete sense, because then people can be held accountable for things". But by "continuing to apply gentle pressure" women can prevent the movement losing momentum, she said.

On the show coming to an end, she said: 'It really feels like preparing to leave home, is how it feels. 'That's exciting, but it's sad and scary all at the same time, ' she said.