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Welcome to Enchanting Emilia Clarke, formerly Emilia Clarke Central (2012-2016), a fansite decided to the actress most known as Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones since 2011. She has also stared in Terminator Genisys, Me Before You, Voice From the Stone, and Solo: A Star Wars Story. Emilia's become one of Hollywood's A-listers as well as representing Dolce & Gabbana's The One perfume. That's not to mention being beloved by fans and celebrities internationally for her funny, quirky, humble, and genuine personality. She's truly Enchanting.

The original article is in French and I just used Google to translate it so it might not be 100% correct.

 

 

THE PARISIAN WEEKEND. As she is currently shooting the latest episodes of the Game of Thrones series , the actress is on the new Star Wars saga . Meeting with a feminist who knows how to assert herself.

 

On the third floor of the chic New York Edition, in the heart of Manhattan. Pink complexion, luscious lips and eyebrows provided, a small silhouette of 1.57 meters advances towards us. British actress Emilia Clarke , 31, breaks the screen in Solo: A Star Wars Story . This tenth film stamped Star Wars , in theaters on May 23, focuses on the youth of Han Solo, cult character of the intergalactic saga.

 

His name may not tell you much. The actress is best known for playing, since 2011, Daenerys Targaryen (aka “Khaleesi” or “Mother of the Dragon”), one of the main roles of the medieval-fantasy series Game of Thrones .

 

For those who have never looked at it, booster shot. Daenerys, fallen heiress, reduced to slavery by a band of savages, will gradually free himself from his chains by taking the lead of an army of oppressed. The episodes follow one another and the young woman, a fine military strategist, asserts herself as a leader of men and dragons (yes, yes). His goal: to run for the famous Iron Throne.

 

“To embody this character, it really gave me confidence,” she says. Surrounded by her “court” – makeup artist, hairdresser, stylist and press officer ready to respond to any of her desires – Emilia Clarke, stern look, seems to have been impregnated with the imperial charisma of her double on the screen.

 

This natural brunette even sports, for a few months, immaculate blonde hair , like his character! But the Game of Thrones adventure will stop soon. The last episodes of the series are currently being watched and will be broadcast from April 2019.

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The photos of the couture piece being hand-made in the atelier are stunning.

 

 

HARPER’S BAZAAR – As A-listers flock to Cannes Film Festival, we’re being graced with more and more stunning red carpet moments.

 

The latest comes from Emilia Clarke, who wore a tulle Dior Couture gown to the premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story yesterday. Designed by the fashion house’s artistic director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, the custom couture gown was created especially for the Game of Thrones actress—and took over 250 hours to make by hand.

 

 

The tulle design featured an asymmetrical neckline with a delicate neck-strap and ruffled off-the-shoulder sleeves. Lending a behind-the-scenes look at how the gown came to be, Dior shared photos of the custom piece in creation at the fashion house’s atelier.

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16 May 2018
By AliKat • 0Gallery, Photoshoots

I’m sure there will be more but here are two from yesterday!

 

  
 

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VARIETY – The Cannes Film Festival enforces a strict dress code, unless you’re a Wookiee warrior. Chewbacca ignored all etiquette in the South of France on Tuesday night when he appeared without a tuxedo, bowtie, or even pants alongside the cast of “Solo: A Star Wars Story” on the red carpet.

 

The movie received a three-minute enthusiastic, albeit abbreviated, standing ovation for director Ron Howard and star Alden Ehrenreich. The rest of the cast in attendance included Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson, and Thandie Newton. Lucasfilm chief Kathleen Kennedy and Walt Disney film head Alan Horn also made the transatlantic trip.

 

And then there were the Stormtroopers. Despite not making an appearance in “Solo,” the villains gathered in formation breezing through the lobby of the Palais, doing a loop on the red carpet and taking the stage as festival director Thierry Fremaux introduced the movie.

 

“Solo” centers on the early days of Han Solo, tracing his rise from a street urchin to the pilot of the Millennium Falcom. There are twists and turns, nods to franchise lore, and a roguish central performance from Ehrenreich, faced with the daunting task of inheriting Harrison Ford’s blaster.

 

“Solo” received a strong response at its Los Angeles premiere last week. Reactions at the after-party in Cannes were more muted, however, with some guests feeling that the humor in “Solo: A Star Wars Story” was overly broad and that the film fell a little flat. The movie played out of competition in Cannes, which means that it isn’t eligible for any awards. But there’s always a chance the jury could award Chewbacca with a special prize.

 

After the screening, well-heeled attendees headed up the Croisette to the Carlton Beach for an elaborate after-party complete with more Wookiees, Stormtroopers, space amoebas, and dancing spotlights — though nary a Jedi in sight. The film’s logo barely concealed a large cardboard cruise ship that was part of a promotional stunt for Sony’s “Hotel Transylvania 3.” It was the kind of splashy blowout rarely seen these days in Cannes. There were vegan-friendly food stations, foie gras, passed sushi, and rivers of champagne. Disney also put on a decibel-bursting fireworks display that lasted nearly 20 minutes.

 

It was a starry affair — one that brought out the film’s cast and celebrities such as “Prisoners” director Denis Villeneuve. Clarke filled a plate from the buffet, Harrelson accepted compliments from well-wishers, and Horn could be seen asking Fox Searchlight co-head Nancy Utley if she liked the film. The two executives will be corporate cousins if Disney gets government approval to buy Fox. Utley’s response to the request for her opinion was inaudible, but she had a smile on her face.

 

Below are photos and links for the photocall and premiere that have been loaded into the gallery.

 
 

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On Tuesday, in between events promoting “Solo”, Emilia attended Kering’s Group Talks Women in Motion. Below is a great interview and photos from the event. Emilia looked summery and cool in all white with the gorgeous ocean background of Cannes.

 

 

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VARIETY – Solo: A Star Wars Story” was the rare Hollywood blockbuster that changed directors in mid-shoot.

 

With hundreds of millions of dollars on the line, the filmmakers shuffle could have doomed the picture and resulted in lots of bad blood on the set. However, in an interview at the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday, where “Solo: A Star Wars Story” is about to screen, Emilia Clarke said that the shift from directors Chris Lord and Phil Miller to Ron Howard was “seamless.”

 

Howard, the Oscar-winning director of “A Beautiful Mind,” had no time to prep, Clarke said, but on his first day he immediately earned the trust of his cast and crew.

 

“He took us all in and listened to everyone,” said Clarke, adding, “He took us from this kind of ‘what are we doing’ to a place of such ease and comfort and fun.”

 

During an hour-long talk as part of the Kering Women in Motion talks, Clarke didn’t say what happened to lead to Lord and Miller’s firing, but the duo’s improvisation-heavy style was reportedly alienating some actors and led to clashes with LucasFilm head Kathleen Kennedy. She did allude to substantial re-shoots, saying that her response when she’d revisit certain scenes was, “Yes, thank goodness. I did not do that well.”

 

Although deathly afraid of “Solo” spoilers (she gripped the sides of her chair when asked), Clarke did tease that takes place in “a part of Star Wars that we have not spent a huge amount of time in before: the dark, shady, gangster underworld.”

 

Clarke flew to Cannes in the midst of shooting the final season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” the fantasy epic series that features her playing the steel-willed Daenerys Targaryen. She confessed that she’s not certain how all the palace intrigue and clashes for the Iron Throne will end.

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Yesterday the stars, including Emilia, and filmmakers held a press conference in LA for “Solo: A Star Wars Story”. Below are some pictures and a video of the event. I’ve also added some more Solo promotional photos to the gallery. Enjoy!

 

 

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Last night, “Solo: A Star Wars Story”, the long awaited Han Solo anthology film, premiered in LA. Emilia appeared with her cast and production team, including Alden Ehrenreich, Donald Glover, Woody Harrelson, Thandie Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Joonas Suotamo, Ron Howard, George Lucas, and many more. She looked stunning in a crimson Valentino gown with white daisies.

 

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