Jason Momoa and his Game of Thrones co-star Emilia Clarke reunited at the Sundance Film Festival on January 20, Friday. Fans are excited to see the duo again together.
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Game Of Thrones is undoubtedly one of the most viewed shows due to its compelling acting, music, and stunning cinematography. The program debuted in 2011 and ran for eight productive seasons before its conclusion. One of its leading ladies, Emilia Clarke, spoke candidly about the show’s first season’s renowned n*de and s*x scenes and how Jason Momoa made her feel at ease while filming it a few years ago.
Since its start, Game of Thornes has become the standard for fantasy television programs. The show, notorious for its nastiness, violence, and gore, became a cultural phenomenon over 2010–20.
Emilia Clarke later admitted that it was her first acting role and that she felt lucky to have Jason Momoa in those sequences. Jason Momoa, an empathetic and watchful actor, treated Emilia Clarke “as a human being.”
In the first season of Game of Thrones, Emilia Clarke played a frightened and terrified Daenerys Targaryen who had been sold off to a brute. She was accompanied by Khal Drogo, played brutally by Jason Momoa.
The pair had several private exchanges during the first season’s ten episodes, even if their time together was cut short at the end.
Emilia Clarke had no idea about the intimate scenes involved in the work because she had just graduated from acting school. Despite taking on the task head-on, Clarke acknowledged that she was fortunate to be starring alongside Jason Momoa. Clarke only had kind things to say about the Aquaman actor while discussing her co-star.
Without Jason Momoa’s assistance, Emilia Clarke struggled to finish season 2 due to her brain aneurysms. On the sets of the second season, the actress had previously mentioned that she would occasionally experience memory loss.
The Me Before You actor who played Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones also talked about her first day on set and her observations.
Although both artists frequently expressed how challenging some of these situations were, they both garnered high praise from critics for their performance in the series.