Emilia Clarke says that the #MeToo movement needs work to be sustained

Emilia Clarke

Emilia Clarke says that the #MeToo movement needs work to be sustained

The filming for the eighth and the final season of Game of Thrones is underway - the epic fantasy series that shows Clarke breaking all the taboos of the patriarchal society while playing a very powerful character of Daenerys Targaryen. Likewise, there's more to Clarke's characters than being strong. Since the actress has to bid farewell to the show, she got emotional and said, "It really feels like preparing to leave home..." "If you've got a really glamorous lady in a really sordid environment, you kind of know the glamor is hiding a few rough roads".

"It will be what none of us think it will be", she cryptically said.

Emilia, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones, commanded attention at the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival.

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The 31-year-old, who plays Qi'ra in the upcoming "Solo: A Star Wars Story", told Variety: "If it's not strong, what is it?"

Just hours earlier, Emilia stunned in a white ensemble at the Kering Women in Motion photocall.

While speaking with the two for Solo: A Star Wars Story, I tried my best to trick them into revealing something juicy about Game of Thrones and Avengers 4.

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"You start to dig deep and see where (the gender pay gap) is, rife in the industry. So I think it's mainly in the beginning, just be aware of that and going, 'Can you just check?,'" she said of handling negotiations. It just doesn't even bear having the conversation.

On what she would like to be referred to instead, Emilia explained: "Let's just be women or how does it feel to play a female lead in a blockbuster movie or how does it feel to play someone with power". "It was my first job and I was not discriminated against because I was a woman, in my pay cheque".

"Take the "strong" out of it", Clarke advised. It's not too much of a stretch to guess how many times she's already gotten a lot of "strong woman" comments for this one, especially since Solo: A Star Wars Story certainly hasn't spelled out the whole movie in its trailers.

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