'So I think it's mainly in the beginning, just be aware of that and going, "Can you just check?' she said of handling negotiations". "If you've got a really glamorous lady in a really sordid environment, you kind of know the glamor is hiding a few rough roads".
Clarke also expressed how happy she was for other people to finally see the movie: "I really can not wait for someone else to know what happens in this movie", she said.
Now, as she's doing press for "Solo: A Star Wars Story"-in which she plays Qi'ra, Han Solo's ass-kicking partner in crime-the questions have only multiplied".
It shouldn't be that hard to pay women the same amount as men for equal work, but Hollywood - and, you know, every other industry - continues to struggle with it.
Emilia Clarke paid a special ode to her Game of thrones character with her red carpet look at Cannes
"There were some pretty shady characters that I have met throughout my life, and I used them for inspiration", Bettany said.
Game of Thrones actor Emilia Clarke has never shied away to raise her voice against anything that irks her, be it on screen or off.
In particular, she said the pay disparity in Netflix's The Crown - where Matt Smith was paid more than co-star Claire Foy - as "shocking, actually shocking". "It was my first job and I was not discriminated against because I was a woman, in my pay cheque". "Enough already with the strong women, please let's just be women!"
"She has a couple of guises, but essentially she is just fighting to stay alive", Clarke said.
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