Emilia Clarke says that the #MeToo movement needs work to be sustained

Emilia Clarke says that the #MeToo movement needs work to be sustained

Emilia Clarke says that the #MeToo movement needs work to be sustained

Emilia Clarke is the female lead in Solo, playing the character Qi'ra, and she has given her thoughts on who could play a young Luke should he also get his own film like Han.

The dragon queen will however spit fire if one more reporter asks her "How does it feel to play a strong woman?". "Take the "strong" out of there, find another adjective, dammit".

Just hours earlier, Emilia stunned in a white ensemble at the Kering Women in Motion photocall. If it's not strong, what is it? "Are you telling me there's another option, that there's a weak option?" she said. You think a lead in a movie is going to be a weak woman?

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Emilia claimed to not know how it will end and said no-one would be able to predict it. "Enough already with the strong women, please let's just be women!"

"Or, how does it feel to play a "female lead" in a big blockbuster movie, or, how does it feel to play someone with power".

Emilia, who got her first break playing one of the most empowered women on television in GoT, admits that she is exhausted over the redundancy of the discussion. "I get very frustrated with that, in particular, because you don't get 'strong men, ' unless you're like, physically strong men". I was always gonna do everything he told me to do, so I watched them really young [and] got into them from him", she said."Then when it all came back the second time around, I became a fan all over again, because it's just... they've taken it to every level.

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"Or just ask boys how it feels to be strong", Clarke replied.

She is there along with her co-stars because their latest movie, Solo: A Star Wars Story, is screening.

The actress revealed she has always enjoyed pay parity with her male co-stars. 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, unusual women don't ever look (I hope).

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Emilia said the discoveries were "shocking, actually shocking". "And then you start to dig deep, and you start to see where it is - rife in the industry", she signed off.

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