Emilia Clarke Was 'Annoyed' at Daenerys's Demise in 'Game of Thrones'

'He got away with murder—literally.'

3/26/2020

Emilia Clarke Was 'Annoyed' at Daenerys's Demise in Game of Thrones

'He got away with murder—literally.'

Getty Images Game of Thrones ' final chapter came to a close last May with a seven-episode final season that saw Arya Stark kill the Night King, Sansa become Queen of the North, and Jon Snow betray Daenerys Targaryen with a dagger to the heart. While the series finale left many people disappointed, fans had nearly 10 months to accept what can't be undone as the cast moved on to other projects. But in a , Emilia Clarke had some thoughts about Daenerys's death and the negative social media outrage the finale spawned. Read Next Clarke admitted that it was hard to ignore how fans felt about the controversial ending."When the show did end, it was like coming out of a bunker. Everything felt really strange," she explained to the Sunday Times ."Then obviously for it to have the backlash it did…I knew how I felt when I first read it, and I tried, at every turn, not to consider too much what other people might say, but I did always consider what the fans might think—because we did it for them, and they were the ones who made us successful, so…it's just polite, isn't it?" Daenerys, played by Clarke, was killed by her lover/nephew Jon Snow after she destroyed King's Landing—an ending Clarke wasn't entirely satisfied with. She said she"felt for" Daenerys and was especially"annoyed" at how Jon Snow got away scot free and"didn’t have to deal with something? He got away with murder—literally." The actress is no stranger to big franchises, having starred in Game of Thrones and Star Wars . But if Clarke has her way, she'll see herself as queen in another franchise: Marvel."I want to do something absolutely stupid and silly, like, you know, The Avengers Read more: ELLE Magazine (US)

Emilia and Marvel is never a bad idea! We all were, queen.

Emilia Clarke Was 'Annoyed' at Daenerys's Demise in 'Game of Thrones'Emilia Clarke Was 'Annoyed' at Daenerys's Demise in Game of Thrones

Emilia Clarke Was 'Annoyed' at Daenerys's Demise in 'Game of Thrones'Emilia Clarke Was 'Annoyed' at Daenerys's Demise in Game of Thrones

Greg James gives caller wrong Game of Thrones clue in Radio 1 quiz blunderRadio 1 DJ and presenter Greg James continued the week with his Yesteryears quiz but provided contestant Sam with a big inaccurate clue

Everything You Need to Know About MiliaWe spoke to a dermatologist to learn everything there is to know about milia, those tiny white bumps that appear out of nowhere and set up camp on our faces, including (most importantly) how to get rid of them.

Bridezilla Who Canceled Wedding Due to Coronavirus Still Wants Her Presents & Cash ASAPOne man was more than annoyed when his cousin asked him for cash after canceling her wedding during the coronavirus outbreak.

26 Family-Friendly Products For Anyone Who Is Stuck At HomeA Baby Yoda puzzle, an indoor s'mores maker, and games on games on games — we've got you covered.



China's Shenzhen bans the eating of cats and dogs after coronavirus

First U.S. ER physician dies from COVID-19

Ellis Marsalis Jr., pianist, educator and patriarch of legendary musical family, dies of complications from coronavirus

On brink of coronavirus crisis, Japan PM offers masks, gets social media roasting

Women are using code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence

'Shoot them dead' - Philippine leader says won't tolerate lockdown violators

Sanders says he's 'assessing' his campaign with 'narrow' path to victory

Write Comment

Thank you for your comment.
Please try again later.

Latest News

News

26 March 2020, Thursday News

Previous news

The Birkenstock x Proenza Schouler Collection Is All You'll Want to Wear This Spring

Next news

25 Jewelry Brands to Bookmark on Instagram
Grocery Workers Keep America Fed, While Fearing For Their Own Safety Democrats postpone presidential convention until August 17 Hayley Williams Isn't Afraid Anymore The Latest: Trudeau: Supplies for Canada diverted to U.S. Fauci says threats to his personal security 'secondary' to curbing coronavirus 21,000 out-of-state health care workers are volunteering in New York Democratic Party delays July convention until August over coronavirus concerns Coronavirus | Reuters Trump Attacks Hospitals As Insatiable ‘Complainers’ Amid Crisis 4 major hurricanes are predicted as part of an above-normal 2020 Atlantic hurricane season Under Modi, India’s Press Is Not So Free Anymore UK coronavirus death toll rises to 2,921, up 24% in a day
China's Shenzhen bans the eating of cats and dogs after coronavirus First U.S. ER physician dies from COVID-19 Ellis Marsalis Jr., pianist, educator and patriarch of legendary musical family, dies of complications from coronavirus On brink of coronavirus crisis, Japan PM offers masks, gets social media roasting Women are using code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence 'Shoot them dead' - Philippine leader says won't tolerate lockdown violators Sanders says he's 'assessing' his campaign with 'narrow' path to victory NYC hospitals scramble to control their image as workers share horrors from the inside First Chinese city bans consumption of cats and dogs Can Donald Trump win reelection despite the coronavirus outbreak? U.S. Navy does not rule out punishing captain who criticized coronavirus response IRS reversal: Social Security recipients can automatically get stimulus checks without filing returns