Emilia Clarke responds to THAT statue in Dublin's Wax Museum

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Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen) has done some romantic scenes multiple men over the course of Game of Thrones: Jason Momoa (Khal Drogo), Michiel Huisman (Daario Naharis), and recently Kit Harrington (Jon Snow).

Speaking to TMZ, Wagner explained that part of the darkness on-screen stemmed from HBO's compression of the episode, which could be worsened by using the streaming service or mobile devices.

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The National Wax Museum has responded to the comments made by Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke about their new waxwork depicting her character in the show.

"Four, five, and six".

"We'd seen so many battle scenes over the years - to make it truly impactful and to care for the characters, you have to find a unique way of portraying the story", he said.

She then went on to inform that even her brother Bennett works on the show but it turns out that she doesn't love having him on set.

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It's one of the longest fights seen ever shown on TV - and certainly one of the biggest battles between life and death.

"He's in the camera department, which is brilliant, it's unbelievable...it's really nice", Clarke explained.

Said Harrington, "One of my favorite episodes is 4 because the characters have seemingly got what they needed", Harington says of the roughly 20 main characters still gathered at Winterfell. She was on a wire, in a harness, jumping many times.

"There are some days where he's like, 'Oh, I'll swing by, ' because he's literally in the next unit that's filming next door", she told Kimmel.

She said: 'What you saw was really what it was like shooting it.

This is just another example of how "Game of Thrones" has entirely taken over the entertainment world and our culture.