If George RR Martin seems to continue to take it easy with the writing of the sequel to the saga Game Of Thrones, on the side of TV adaptations, things are moving. And the latest announcement has not left anyone cold, since it is the big return of Jon Snow, a role that Kit Harington will take over in a spin-off. On this subject, Emilia Clarke has a lot to say. Because, yes, the interpreter of the “Mother of dragons” remained friends with his colleague, who confides a lot…
“He told me about it. And I know it exists. It is being produced. From what I understand, it was Kit who created it, so he was involved from the beginning. So what you’re going to see, if it happens, is certified by Kit Harington,” she told the BBC.
From Khaleesi to Chekhov
If Jon Snow is entitled to his spin-off series, Daenerys Targaryen, which she embodied, does she have a place, despite the final reserved for the character? “I think it’s over for me,” she told the interviewer with a laugh.
If the star seems to indicate that she will always keep Game Of Thrones inside her – she has three tattooed dragons on her arm – she knows that part of her career is behind her. “Emilia Clarke is ready to move on,” says the actress, who is delighted to be able to watch the next developments as a simple spectator.
Indeed, before finding Jon Snow on one side or the other of the Wall, the HBO channel will broadcast House of the Dragon. “It’s going to be very weird. I’m going to watch this as a new viewer because it’s set a billion years before our show, so it’s going to be different,” she explained.
As for the career of Emilia Clarke, it is in the theater that it continues. The actress will be on stage at London’s Harold Pinter Theater from June 29 in The Seagull by Chekhov.