Emilia Clarke reflects on nudity in Game of Thrones' first season, the advice Jason Momoa gave her, and pressures she's faced.
It is safe to say that if Game of Thrones began in 2019 instead of 2011, it would have looked at least somewhat different. Emilia Clarke appears to feel the same way about if she had been as experienced in the industry then as she is now. The Emmy nominated actor, who has become a pop culture icon for her fearsome portrayal of Daenerys Targaryen on the HBO fantasy epic, is incredibly proud of her time as the Mother of Dragons. She’s also long been tired about the “nudity question” regarding Game of Thrones… even as her opinion on it has evolved over the years.
Speaking again about the show’s often gratuitous use of female nudity, particularly during its early seasons that included several of her own scenes,