'On Game of Thrones, I have always been paid the same amount as my male co-stars, ' she said.
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. Clarke got emotional with the thought of the series coming to an end.
Emilia Clarke was "shocked" to hear about pay inequality issues, as she says she's always been paid the same as her male co-stars on Game of Thrones.
Actor Woody Harrelson, from left, director Ron Howard, actors Emilia Clarke, Alden Ehrenreich, Donald Glover, a person dressed as the character Chewbacca, Paul Bettany, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and producer Kathleen Kennedy pose for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film "Solo: A Star Wars Story" at the 71st global film festival, Cannes.
Clarke playing her cards close to the vest is not unlike her character in Solo: A Star Wars Story, as Qi'Ra's motivations are hard to place throughout the film as she navigates the seedy underbelly of the galaxy. (Well, so did Chewbacca - understandably so.) We just want to know: what jokes is Glover telling? It just doesn't even bear having the conversation. "So I think it's mainly in the beginning, just be aware of that and going, 'Can you just check?,'" she said.
Just hours earlier, Emilia stunned in a white ensemble at the Kering Women in Motion photocall.
"It was my first job, and I was not discriminated against because I was a woman, in my paycheck", said the "mother of dragons" in an interview with Glamour at Cannes Film Festival.
"Take the "strong" out of it", Clarke advised.
Is Daenerys Targaryen as clueless as us about how the Game of Thrones will end?
The actress has made a decision to keep interest fans of action - a amusing and cute photo in which she embraces with her on-screen lover and a relative.