Emilia Clarke Reveals Why She Cannot Watch “Home of the Dragon”: “It is So Bizarre”

The Mom of Dragons cannot fairly convey herself to observe HBO’s hit “Sport of Thrones” prequel “House of the Dragon” — though it is all about Daenerys Targaryen’s ancestors. In a current interview with Variety, Emilia Clarke revealed why she hasn’t tuned in to the sequence, though she’s completely rooting for everybody concerned.

“It is too bizarre. I am so completely satisfied it is taking place,” Clarke defined. “I am over the moon about all of the awards . . . I simply can’t do it. It is so bizarre. It is so unusual.”

She continued, “It is form of like somebody saying, ‘You need to go to this college reunion that is not your 12 months? Wish to go to that college reunion?’ That is the way it feels. I am avoiding it.”

Clarke is not the one “GoT” star who’s hesitant to observe a brand new group of actors fire up drama in Westeros simply but. In a 2021 interview with the Associated Press, Package Harington expressed reservations about tuning in to “Home of the Dragon” forward of the present’s premiere.

“There’s emotion linked to that for me,” he stated of “GoT.” “I believe to see individuals get into outfits and costumes that resemble what we wore for all these years, and it [has] the identical music and magnificence and tone, however not be in it’s all the time going to really feel — there’s going to be a rawness there.”

Harington added that he nonetheless deliberate to observe “Home of the Dragon” in help of coshowrunner Miguel Sapochnik. “After all, I’ll watch it, and I’ll help Miguel, who’s helming the present,” he added. “I want all of them the very best, however it’s so near my coronary heart, that story, that, in fact, there may be a little bit of ache there.”

Despite the fact that Clarke and Harington have not change into “Home of the Dragon” superfans, the “GoT” prequel is an authorized hit. Along with bringing in spectacular scores for HBO, the sequence additionally nabbed the best drama award on the Golden Globes.

Picture Supply: Helen Sloan / HBO


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