Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke Drops Major Clue About Daenerys' Future

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Meanwhile, Clarke is excited about the seventh season of the fantasy series, which will debut on July 16 in the US.

As you can see, Aegon V's daughter Rhaelle married Ormund Baratheon - Robert Baratheon's grandfather.

They also said they're now writing for the show's final season, and they aren't sure if it will arrive in 2018 or 2019. We have one episode that's coming in around 90 minutes and another that's going to be our shortest episode at 50 minutes.

But before we get there, we still have season 7 to look forward to, and it promises to be more action-packed than ever. Luckily, Emilia Clarke has dropped a major hint in a recent interview that has made us pretty darn happy.

Game of Thrones showrunners have some bad news for anyone longing to see Brienne of Tarth and Tormund Giantsbane have a happy ending.

When "Game of Thrones" Season 6 left off, it was clear that Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish (Aidan Gillen) was trying to use Sansa (Sophie Turner) against her own family member, Jon Snow (Kit Harington).

As Clarke explained, "Khaleesi got a little something extra this year, you know what I mean?"

Emilia Clarke told Rolling Stone the story of meeting Jason Momoa for the first time.

But fans hoping that she'll be involved in any spin-off shows will be disappointed as Clarke revealed that the last season of Game of Thrones will "be it" for the mother of dragons.

"You're aware of it, and you're aware of it, but one day, you go, 'Oh, my God, it's everywhere!'" she says.

We all love the Game of Thrones franchise except for one thing: the fact that George R. R Martin and the producers of the show just LOVE to kill off our favorite characters.

"We will do everything we can to keep [leaks] from happening, but some of this is on people who watch the show [to avoid posted spoilers]", said Benioff, who also stated, "even the Central Intelligence Agency and NSA are unable to prevent leaks".



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