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Emilia Clarke Has Sleepless Nights Over 'Game of Thrones' - Find Out Why!

Emilia Clarke is fabulous in a Dolce&Gabbana dress on the cover of Elle magazine’s August 2017 issue, on newsstands July 18.

Here’s what the 30-year-old Game of Thrones star had to share with the mag:

On her anxiety over shooting the final season of Game of Thrones: Oh God, I get sleepless nights over it. ‘Oh, you’re gonna mess it up. It’s the last season, and it’s going to go wrong.’ My mates are like, ‘It’s you—you [and Daenerys] are one and the same now. You need to trust your instincts!’ And I’m like, ‘ No, I’ve got to do more research!’ The higher everyone places the mantle, the bigger the fall. That sounds really awful, but it’s true! I don’t want to disappoint anyone.

On shooting her commanding sex scene with Dario (Michiel Huisman) in the fourth season of GOT: It’s brilliant. I actually went up to [GOT cocreators David Benioff and Dan Weiss] and thanked them. I was like, ‘That’s a scene I’ve been waiting for!’ Because I get a lot of crap for having done nudes scenes and sex scenes. That, in itself, is so antifeminist. Women hating on other women is just the problem. That’s upsetting, so it’s kind of wonderful to have a scene where I was like, ‘There you go!’

For more from Emilia, visit Elle.com.

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Sophie Turner Opens Up About 'Game of Thrones' Ending: 'It Is Terrifying'

Sophie Turner looks stunning in a photo shot by Cole Sprouse for W Magazine, available now.

Here’s what the 21-year-old Game of Thrones actress had to share with the mag:

Sophie on getting recognized in public: “I have had people come up to me and think I am Sansa and treat me as such. I’ve had a few greetings as ‘Lady Stark.’ It might be quite jarring to them because they come up to me and expect a stoic, cold person. And then they see me in shitty shorts and muddy trainers, and they are like, ‘Oh, she definitely doesn’t have handmaidens.’”

Sophie on what’s next for her in Game of Thrones: “Now that she’s became a leader, she has Winterfell, she has her home, she has her brother. She’s got to the point where she has that power that she’s been longing for. And the ability to kind of hopefully bring the people that she loves back to her or create a safe haven if they do come back to her. It’s more about her figuring out how to treat that power and how to surround herself with the people that are best for her. This season is about trust and loyalty.”

Sophie on the end of Game of Thrones: “I’ve been trying to wrap my head around it. It’s not like I’m brushing it under the carpet; I am fully aware that it is coming to an end, but I don’t think I’ll be ready until I shoot my final scene, and then I think I will be completely an emotional wreck for the next year or so of my life. I’m really not looking forward to it. It is terrifying.”

For more from Sophie, visit WMagazine.com.

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Charlize Theron 'Felt a Little Unstable' After Winning Her Oscar

Charlize Theron is looking as fabulous as ever on the cover of Variety.

Here’s what the 41-year-old actress had to share with the mag:

On the success of Wonder Woman: “We’ve had moments like this, where women really showcase themselves and kind of break glass ceilings. And then we don’t sustain it. Or there’s one movie that doesn’t do well, and all of a sudden, no one wants to make a female-driven film….And look, I am ashamed that I’m part of an industry that has never allowed a woman to work with a budget higher than what the budget has been on ‘Wonder Woman.’ That’s so f—ing caveman-like. I am always hoping that this is the movie that’s going to change it and keep it for us.”

On how winning the Oscar for Monster was challenging: “As far as work goes, it opens up a lot of doors. But also, it’s so overwhelming to have everybody clamoring and saying, ‘This is what you should do.’ There’s so much noise. I felt a little unstable afterwards.”

On following up her Oscar win with Aeon Flux, which flopped: “When ‘Aeon Flux’ came to me, I thought that could be something. I was never completely sold on the entire concept, but I really loved [director] Karyn Kusama’s movie [‘Girlfight’]. So I threw myself into that with the belief that she’s a great filmmaker. And then we f—ed it all up…I just don’t think we really knew how to execute it. And it’s disappointing, but it happens. I’ve been in this business long enough to know that you cannot get it right every time. I might have gotten this right because of that.”

For more from Charlize, visit Variety.com.

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Idris Elba Doesn't Think He'll Ever Get Married Again

Idris Elba is looking so hot while shirtless for his Essence magazine August 2017 cover story.

Here’s what the 44-year-old actor had to share with the mag, on newsstands this Friday:

On his kids: “Because I’m 44 years old with a two-and-a-half-year-old boy, I’m rolling around playing and then I’m at a Drake concert with my teenage daughter. Having a young child now keeps me young, without a doubt…”

On if he will ever get remarried: “Am I ever gonna get remarried? I don’t think so. Yeah, I don’t think so. Marriage is an institution of sorts. And I’ve done it. It’s not for everybody. It’s not my life’s calling.”

For more from Idris, visit Essence.com.

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Nathalie Emmanuel Wants to See More 'Everyday' Women in Film

Nathalie Emmanuel looks stunning on the July 2017 cover of Bello Mag!

Here’s what the 28-year-old Game of Thrones and Fate of the Furious actress had to share with the mag:

On wanting to see more “everyday” roles in film: “Often the greatest characters in film and television are reflections of the women we encounter in our everyday lives. These are the roles that are the most important, in my opinion, because of the unrealistic and overly-stylized depictions of female characters. I would love to see more stories about men, women, or parents who are full-time caregivers – to see all of the sacrifices they have to make. As well as the stories of the people being cared for – people whose voices are not being heard.”

On her role models, Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence:Meryl Streep is one of the greatest character actresses that has ever lived. Her body of work and its variety makes her someone I really look up to. Someone who is more so one of my peers, in terms of our age, is Jennifer Lawrence. She’s got such a great range as well. She’s really proven her diversity of choices – from X-Men to all of her terrific independent work such as Silver Linings Playbook and Joy. She’s really shown her chops – from comedy to drama. She’s done it all, and that’s something I look up to.”

On her biggest fear: “I have always had quite a big fear of being underwater or of being submerged. When I was a kid I had someone jump on top of me when I was in the pool, and I said to myself, ‘Nope, that’s not happening again.’ Then last year I did a film that required me to be at the bottom of a swimming pool. I had to learn how to use a regulator and how to take air without coming up. I didn’t quite realize how scared I was, and there was a point where I was crying. My mom helped me calm down over the phone, and the producers were amazing, so I just kept getting better and better. Four weeks later I could be underwater for 5-7 minutes at a time.”

For more from Nathalie, visit BelloMag.com.

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James Van Der Beek Looks So Handsome for 'Rogue' Mag!

James Van Der Beek shows off his impressive bicep in this new feature for Rogue magazine.

Here’s what the 40-year-old actor had to share with the mag:

On the riskiest thing he could do: “I get credit for being a risk taker, but really it’s the only option for me. The riskiest, worst thing I could do would be to keep doing the same thing.”

On characters he’s drawn to: “I love blind spots. I love character flaws. Anytime somebody is so narcissistic that they don’t see the truth that everybody else around them can see, I find that funny.

On his new series What Would Diplo Do: ‘“The show is pretty much my midlife crisis…It’s a lot less obnoxious than a sports car.”

For more from James, visit TheRogueMag.com.

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Emma Stone's Male Co-Stars Have Taken Pay Cuts So She Could Get an Equal Salary

Emma Stone and Andrea Riseborough look stunning in black and white for the new cover of Out magazine.

Here’s what the Battle of the Sexes co-stars had to share with the mag:

Emma on pay disparities in Hollywood: “In my career so far, I’ve needed my male co-stars to take a pay cut so that I may have parity with them. And that’s something they do for me because they feel it’s what’s right and fair, so that’s something that’s also not discussed, necessarily—that our getting equal pay is going to require people to selflessly say, ‘That’s what’s fair.’”

Andrea on the current battle of the sexes: “Sometimes I feel like we have got a long way to go. Women are seriously, highly-sexualized. Just look at the Baywatch posters. We have to be real about the fact that we’re in 2017 and everyone’s so excited that we put out a superhero movie starring a woman.”

Emma on playing tennis with Billie Jean King: “She’s such a coach and she knows sports psychology, and she instantly reduced it to playing catch, so I got to feel like a golden retriever running after a ball, and just making sure the ball was in front of my face. What was incredible is that she found my strengths and she played to those. She found out instantly that I like to dance and I could move my feet, and that’s was our jumping off point.”

For more on Emma and Andrea, visit Out.com.

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