Emilia Clarke Won’t Play Sarah Connor In ‘Terminator Genisys;’ ‘Game Of Thrones’ Star Talks Against Unnecessary Sex Scenes
Undoubtedly Emilia Clarke has won the hearts of many with her charming looks and performance in the television blockbuster “Games of Thrones,” but it seems she won’t be seen in the sequel of “Terminator Genisys.” She was honored with the prestigious “Women of the Year” award by GQ magazine during the starting of September. Read on.
According to KpopStarz, Emilia, who played Sarah Connor starring alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in the Terminator franchise, actually failed to impress after her reported dismal showing in “Genisys” that finally resulted in the termination of contract. The movies could not receive fantastic pull in the box office, especially in the United States that was earlier expected and she had been partially blamed for the film’s poor response.
Sadly, her acting ability has been called into question and has in part been blamed for the film’s flop. Of course, it’s not all her fault, but they basically don’t want her back. They’re saying she doesn’t have the star power they thought she did,” an insider informed Dish Nation.
The insider also echoed the other opinions of the producers and directors that Clarke and Jai Courtney “are not poisonous” but they lack box office muscle, which an actor highly requires saving a sinking movie like “Genisys.”
However, her selection as the “Women of the Year” by Sam Claflin is undeniably a big certificate for her ability, whatsoever other people think about her. Claflin described her as a “fair and deserving, hardworking and kind, the busiest bee, the ‘Game of Thrones’’ greatest find.”
Although Clarke became more famous for her character Daenerys Targaryen having sex scenes in the “Game of Thrones,” but she thinks most of the sex scenes are unreasonable and those are just preferred to attract the crowd, Mirror reported. That’s why she keeps faith on fewer sex scenes on television.
“I don’t want to have sex thrown in my face and I’ve always thought the suggestion is so much more titillating than the act itself,” Clarke opined.
She also added that she wanted to be known for her acting, not by her breasts.
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