Emilia Clarke says there's no gender pay gap with 'Game of Thrones'

Emilia Clarke says there's no gender pay gap with 'Game of Thrones'

Fortunately, "Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke, who plays the role of Daenerys Targaryen, confirmed that she's getting paid the same amount as her male co-stars. But a select few will be able to meet with their favorite characters much earlier - in the framework of the charity, which Fund spends together with Omaze performer of the role of Daenerys Emilia Clarke. When asked who emerges as the victor in the Game of Thrones, Clarke told The Hollywood Reporter, "I don't know that I even do now".

Emilia has always been an advocate for the equal treatment of women.She previously told Rolling Stones how she compared women's inequality to racism, in that "you're aware of it but that one day you wake up and think... it's everywhere!".

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The actor attended the Cannes Film Festival on Tuesday with the cast of her forthcoming project Solo: A Star Wars Story, reports Variety. However, it's pretty chastely - violent passion and the chemistry between the stars only on the screen, but in real life, Harington, who is about to marry his other partner on the series, odd women don't ever look (I hope). A lead in a movie is going to be weak?

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"You start to dig deep and see where [the pay gap] is rife in the industry". "You just start to fight harder for that stuff".

Emilia Clarke was at the Cannes Film Festival when she explained how she feels every time she is asked how it feels to play "s strong woman" in an upcoming acting project.

'It really feels like preparing to leave home, ' she said. "I'm just playing women!" It just doesn't even bear having the conversation. That's it. Take the strong out of it. Find another adjective, dammit!

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