Emilia Clarke: On Game of Thrones, I’ve always been paid a same volume as my masculine co-stars

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Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke hates a word “strong women” characters and believes it is “sexist”. The 31-year-old actor, who is attending a Cannes Film Festival, where her new film Solo: A Star Wars Story is screening, pronounced a use of a word is quite invalid due to a participation of a womanlike lead in a film.

“Take a ‘strong’ out of it, find another adjective, damn it. I’m only personification women,” Clarke pronounced in an talk as partial of a Kering Women in Motion talks, reported Variety. “If it’s not strong, what is it? Are we revelation me there’s another option, that there’s a diseased option? You consider a lead in a film is going to be a diseased woman? It only doesn’t even bear carrying a conversation, so adequate already with a clever women, please,” Clarke added.

The actor also pronounced there are no clever group characters in films, unless they are physically strong. Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in strike HBO series, also suggested that she perceived equal compensate on a show. “On Game of Thrones, we have always been paid a same volume as my masculine co-stars. It was my initial pursuit and we was not discriminated opposite since we was a woman, in my paycheck,” Clarke said.

The actor pronounced some of instances of women not being paid equally in Hollywood were “actually shocking” for her. “You start to puncture low and see where it is, abundant in a industry. So we consider it’s especially in a beginning, only be wakeful of that and going, ‘Can we only check?’ You only start to quarrel harder for that stuff,” she added.

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