“There just isn’t enough nudity in Game of Thrones.” – no one/dedicated perverts. Believe me, if ever I needed a fill of medieval-fantasy sexy time, Game of Thrones would undoubtedly do the trick. Unfortunately for all basement-dwelling dudes out there, actress Emilia Clarke allegedly decided she won’t be baring those fire-breathing breasts during her quest for the Iron Throne:
Oona Chaplin, who plays the noblewoman Talisa Maegyr, says: “One of the girls in the show who got her kit off the most in the first couple of seasons now doesn’t at all because she said, ‘I want to be known for my acting not for my breasts.’ ” The granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin refuses to name the actress, but there has been much comment among viewers about Emilia Clarke, who plays the king’s daughter Daenerys Targaryen, no longer appearing in such scenes.
Look, far be it from me to denounce bosslady Dany for not getting nakey with the rest of the ladies (and Theon Greyjoy – ouch). She’s handling herself just fine and kinda has her hands full, being surrounded by thousands of men and those dragons and all. The same goes for Brienne of Tarth, another total boss.
Seeing as most of the television shows I avidly watch are on HBO and Showtime, I definitely don’t clutch my pearls every time I see boobs, butts, and guts. But I do think it’s kind of bitchy for the “granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin” (thanks, Telegraph) to call out a fellow female co-star for her decision to remain clothed from now on.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be awaiting tonight’s episode of Game of Thrones while spending the afternoon looking into trademarking the phrase “butts and guts.”