The dragons are always there when Emilia Clarke enters a room. Of course, not the big critters she was in "Game of Thrones" as Daenerys Targaryen around. But it has three tiny mythical creatures on the forearm tattoo, as a reminder of the eight years of the series that have marked your life. Come now, after the touching Christmas movie "Last Christmas", maybe a few Tränlein to o Kaleshi?
So you know Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones: Daenerys Targaryen, mother of dragons
Such allusions know you, of course, in and out. She answers, therefore, factually: "In the choice of the film no concept is." And: "My goal was not to remove me with this role, as far as possible from my series character. I've read the script, I liked it, I agreed." And then to make a spell: "well, maybe I always wanted to have Emma Thompson as the mother."
The actress Emma Thompson wrote the screenplay for "Last Christmas", and embodies in it the mom, but more of that later. Here is Emilia Clarke. 33 years old. The figurehead of the most influential TV series of the past few years. And now on the go to be in the cinema right foot. This is more difficult than some may think. A certain George Clooney had played, for example, the "Batman", but was still perceived only as the good-looking children's doctor from "Emergency Room". The breakthrough on the canvas expected long nobody fed. And to succeed in this Emilia Clarke now, of all things, a Christmas movie?
Actually, the film adaptation of the George-Michael-Songs
Where: is not a Christmas film Christmas film. It's about the right mix between Sweet and tears, Humor and Kitsch. Of all of them there is enough in "Last Christmas": Emilia Clarke plays a young woman in London, who has just recovered from a severe illness. You must find yourself again, but always to the wrong men and too much alcohol. Until one day, this fabulous Tom (Henry Golding) in front of the Store, where they sold Christmas decorations. A love story that is almost too good to be true begins: "Last Christmas, I gave you my heart..."
"there's actually a song with these words?", Emilia Clarke asks with feigned innocence. The Overheating of Wham!, the regular feast days, shows up again in the charts, as the Inspiration at the origin of the film. It's still more Songs of George Michael in that one, as an encore, there is a unpublished from the estate of Christmas in 2015, the late singer. But in the centre of this "Last Christmas," in which a lost love sung about is is of course. "I like this Song very much, even if I sing it myself," says Emilia Clarke, "before I made advertising for this Film, I knew that there are people who can't stand him."
there are, of course. And there are also those that make a big bow to all the Christmas kitsch on the screen and on television, will now start pouring back to us.
Emilia Clarke is not. "I spend Christmas with my family at home. There is food, lots of alcohol and "Love Actually". Nothing Unusual so." She also likes gifts. "I plan my list in advance, but then I run in the last hour, once in the stores, because I think, to have a little bought." And: "I just feel good when I can give something to others. This releases Serotonin, the happiness hormone." You get also like gifts, Mrs Clarke? "No, because I'm bad. Since I'm famous, I'll figure out what to think of my friends all because they may not be able to spend as much money as I can. I think it's embarrassing for me, of course, not for you."
First it was not recognized on the road at all
they knows both sides of success. Emilia Clarke grew up in Berkshire, West of London, her father was a sound engineer for Musicals, she wanted to be a singer. After a degree in acting, she played a little Theater and had small appearances in British TV series. Then Game of Thrones came, and everything was different. Where you told that it was not recognized as a dark-haired, wore in the series, this wig is, first of all, even on the road. If you had, for example, with their series partners Kit Harington on the move, have you passed the people on the street, the telephone, in order to take a picture of you and Jon Snow. But this has changed rapidly.
Was the end of "Game of Thrones" is also an exemption for you, Emilia Clarke? "Yes and no. No, because that would mean that I was not chained to the series, what's wrong, I've enjoyed every second of it. And Yes, because I now feel a certain degree of optimism. But this is normal in people 30 to change around a lot. Because of the success of the series definitely helps me, all the doors seem to be open to."
Almost too good to be true: Kate finds Tom (Henry Golding) but still your dream man.
Why is it that you, of all things, the Weihnachtstür? This has probably to do with her illness, Emilia feels the genes send, Kate, from "Last Christmas" is connected. Because, as it was perceived by the world as the mother of Dragons, she fought between shots with an aneurysm in the brain, two surgeries because of the damage to the vessel wall is necessary. She announced herself in a very personal Text in the "New York", from their mortal fears, their hopes.
Emma Thompson, Film mom and great role model
you can write. She can sing, the Film shows this. She is, quite unlike in "Game of Thrones", funny and engaging, reminiscent of a young Meg Ryan. Director Paul Feig says: "I want the whole world fell in love with Emilia Clarke, as she fell in love with Meg Ryan for "When Harry Met Sally"." But for the honey it is not suitable, it is also very different tones capable of. Your future wants you to take yourself in Hand, has established, for example, a production company, where you developed your own projects. Bringing back Emma Thompson, comes into play, your movie-mom and great role model. to recognize
Difficult, but the right is in fact Emma Thompson as the mom of Kate.
Emma Thompson a best actress Oscar (for "Howard's End"), but also as a screenwriter (for "Sense and Sensibility"). In the Dialog of "Last Christmas" has a from Ex-Yugoslavia-born insult written, the women say with pleasure: "I nail you on my dick". If you don't understand, use Google Translator.
"Last Christmas": Thursday in the cinema
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Created: 09.11.2019, 18:26 PM