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House of The Dragon is on the way, and it has created quite a buzz amongst the fans. Everyone wants to know how soon the Game of Thrones prequel will be on the screens. Game of Thrones alum, Emilia Clarke, for one, is really looking forward to the series. She had already extended her well wishes to the showrunner Miguel Sapochnik, and now she has some useful advice for Targaryens of House of The Dragon.

Emilia talked to The Hollywood Reporter and wished good luck to the actors of the upcoming prequel. She said, “It’s very surreal. I mean, I’ve been prepped for this because Miguel [Sapochnik], who’s the co-showrunner, is a really dear friend of mine. So I’ve been chatting to him about it for a while. So I was prepped. But yeah, it’s crazy! Those pictures came out and I was like, “Whoa! Whoa!” I was on my own last time. I didn’t know I had pals. (Laughs.) I could’ve had a bunch of friends to hang out with, but yes, it’s mildly surreal to be seeing all of that again. But good luck to them is what I would say. I really mean that.”

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She also gave some excellent hair care advice to those who will play Targaryen roles. Clarke absolutely prohibits the use of bleach, “No, it is not worth it. I’m speaking from the other side, and it’s not worth it. I literally cut off all my hair because I killed it with a load of bleach. (Laughs.) If you like your hair, keep it your natural colour. That goes for everyone. (Laughs.)”

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True horrors reside within the deepest corners of the twisted human mind. Game of Thrones gave us a glimpse of what torture meant in the medieval period. Fans of the show still get flooded by the memories of Cersei’s torture whenever they hear the word ‘Shame’. And how can anyone forget the dreadful character behind that voice, Septa Unella, played by Hannah Waddingham. About a month ago, Waddingham confessed her waterboarding scene was the second-worst experience of her life. Recently, in an interview with Insider, Lena Headey (Cersei) shared her thoughts about the scene.

Lena explained, “She had a really s—t time doing that scene. I adore Hannah, she’s one of my favourite humans.”

Headey chalks up shooting that specific scene to the need of the production to be “authentic,” but admits it was a “really, really tough day. ”

“People have different limits,” she said. “People will go to different places. And some people will be like, ‘I don’t want to f—ing put myself in that position.’ I totally respect whatever your boundaries are, but Hannah was a trooper. That was a long day of prune juice in your face.”

Headey admitted to Insider that at a certain point while shooting the scene she purposely stopped aiming towards Waddingham’s mouth when she poured the wine.

“I was like, I’m just going to do a light salad dressing drizzle around her nun’s wimple,” she said.

Lena and Hannah are really good friends in real life. What do you think of the waterboarding scene? Tell us in the comments below!

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There are some roles that an artist is said to be born for. When you look at a story, you read about a character, you picture in your mind who would be perfect for that role. Game of Thrones was famous for its on-point casting. Actress Emilia Clarke was perfect as the Mother of Dragons. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, she made it clear Daenerys is still a part of her.

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The actress said, “It’s had a lasting impact on my life, and it starts to become, like, “Hey guys, remember when we were in college?” Hey, remember the fourth grade?” (Laughs.) You start to see it from that point of view. Daenerys has a part of my heart. She is in there, and I’ll never forget. I can’t remember who I was talking to, but they were like, “Oh my God, when you say ‘she,’ you’re talking about Daenerys (Laughs.)”

“And I was like, “Yeah! Because she’s a whole person. She’s got her own life that I explore.” So I think that there’s the show, the impact of the show, the impact of the show on me, personally and professionally, and the zeitgeist-iness of it. And then there’s Daenerys. So that’s my own private little space that I don’t need to make peace with because it’s just a beautiful memory. It’s just a beautiful memory.”

Emilia gets why people were mad about the Game of Thrones finale. How would you have wanted the story to end? Tell us in the comments below!

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Game of Thrones Season 8 wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea. The season finale divided the fan base into two. One was satisfied with the ending, the other demanded a season remake. Some blamed the absence of George R. R. Martin’s next instalment of books. While some blamed the showrunners’ piqued interest to launch a Star Wars feature film trilogy with Disney’s Lucasfilm. Even the show’s alum Emilia Clarke gets why fans were f**king p***ed about the final episode. After all, she deeply cared about her character, Daenerys, who wasn’t treated well by the showrunners. However, she has come to terms with it.

In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, she spoke about whether or not she was able to “make peace with everything” since the final episode. She said, “I really have. I really, really, really have. I think it’ll take me to my 90s to be able to objectively see what Game of Thrones was, because there’s just too much me in it. (Laughs.) I have too many emotional reactions for what Emilia, herself, was experiencing at that moment in time when we were filming it. You know what I mean? I watch a scene and I go, “Oh, that was when [such and such] happened,” which you didn’t see on screen.”

“And I think there’s something timely about the prequels and the continuation of the Game of Thrones story coming about now. I look at it and I’m like, “Wow, yeah.” So I see it with only peace.”

Have you made your peace with the Game of Thrones finale like Emilia Clarke? Talk to us in the comments below!

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Founder at Wiki of Thrones and a full-time Game of Thrones fan who does other work when he has finished reading and writing about Game of Thrones and also dreams about playing a role in the show.

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