Fans everywhere could soon go to their local tattoo studio because Game of Thrones Emilia Clarke wants a dragon tattoo and it will not be unbelievably cool. In an interview with Live with Kelly and Ryan Clarke revealed that she plans to get a tattoo to honor her experience with Daenerys in the HBO series. Considering that the show has already finished filming for the last season (though it will not finish its HBO run until 2019), it's possible fans will see Clarke's fresh ink sooner rather than later.
In the interview with Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest, the subject of tattoos came up when Seacrest made a joke about getting a tattoo, and Ripa said, "Are you really doing this?"
"Yes!" Clarke answered quickly and added, "Sorry, Mom!"
Clarke quickly added that she already has a tattoo (a bee on the knuckle of her little finger), but that this tattoo on the inside of her left would be forearm. "I'll get a dragon that somehow flies away … like a little kind of, peace out" [to the show]. "
With Clarke playing the role of the Dragon Queen for over six years now (the show started in 201
But Clarke's public announcement that Game of Thrones getting a tattoo is not the only thing she's been saying lately that's causing the fans' amusement. In the cover story of Vanity Fair Clarke briefly spoke about her experiences filming Daenery's latest scene on the show, in which she said she had "hurt her." Clarke added, "Knowing that a lasting taste in someone's mouth will be what Daenerys is …"
Knowing how seriously horrible and confused Game of Thrones was arguably the best When you go beyond the limits of a TV show, you can say that the sky is the limit to what might happen in this last scene.
As for Clarke, her Game of Thrones tattoo might remind her of the effects of the shows on her, but there is no doubt that her Legacy as an actress will go beyond the fantasy series. Since becoming known through the show, Clarke has changed roles and even switched to similarly massive franchises as Star Wars.
In addition, Clarke spoke openly about her desire to create documentation and do good things for others in her Vanity Fair interview. "[Shining a light on underserved causes] is the Sh * t that drives me personally," she said.
This is something I share with Daenerys … I really feel for people and I want to help them. Not too much to sound like Oprah Winfrey … Fuck that I'll sound like Oprah and I'll be proud of it.
After Vanity Fair, Clarke was originally assigned as Daenerys in Game of Thrones after the filming of Dan Weiss and David Benioff some of the casters (Tamzin The dealer was originally hired to play the role). According to Weiss and Benioff, Clarke was in an email exchange with Vanity Fair the only actress who could "carry all the bandwidth that Daenerys needed." They added, "Young actors are not often asked to play a combination of Johanna of Orleans, Lawrence of Arabia and Napoleon."
Daenerys is undoubtedly one of the biggest female badasses on the screen – but it It is likely that Clarke will carry on to gain innovative, complex roles as an actress. In her interview Vanity Fair she quickly realized that she had negotiated the same salary as all of her male co-stars ($ 300,000 per episode, which reportedly jumped to $ 500,000 per episode in the last season) ,
"I'm paid the same as my friends," Clarke said. "We took care of that."