“Anything that you don’t expect to happen is happening,” star said at TheWrap’s 7th Los Angeles Power Women Breakfast
Filming for season six of “Game of Thrones” is currently underway, but luckily its white-haired queen spent Wednesday with TheWrap dishing about what to expect from the HBO series’ next stanza.
Clarke was a guest speaker at TheWrap’s 7th Annual Power Women Breakfast at Ocean Prime in Beverly Hills, where she was pressed for scoops on the fantasy epic and the fate of her character Daenerys Targaryen.
“Anything that you don’t expect to happen is happening,” Clarke said. When we last left Daenerys, she had escaped death on the back of one of her beloved dragons — only to be stranded with him days later and confronted by a band of hostile strangers.
“We left on a bit of a cliffhanger,” Clarke said, admitting the men were actually Dothraki, a race of warriors who accepted Daenerys as their first lady when she wed Kahl Drogo (Jason Momoa) in season one.
“They’re the Qoy Qoyi,” she said in native Dothraki tongue. “Blood of my blood, all that. It’s back to Kahl Drogo-ness of it all.”
It’s not all bad news — Clarke seemed elated to be “back to the muscly men. Yay! It was a happy day.”