The eggs, which of course resemble those belonging to Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke) way back in Season 1 before her dragons hatched, change colors between red and blue when heated, announcing the birth of a boy or girl. It's no longer like she's going to creep, "Okay, I'm gonna build a kettle on and build cookies in the oven and we'll true sit down down and hold an shapely time and pop a few children out.' That became never going to happen". In Season 3, she had to start busting some balls, and as a 25-year-old standing in front of 500 extras, 150 crew members, six cameras, a drone, dragons and fire, I had to bring it.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - MARCH 23: (L-R) David Benioff, Richard Plepler, Emilia Clarke and Dan Weiss attend HBO's "Game Of Thrones" Season 5 San Francisco Premiere at San Francisco Opera House on March 23, 2015 in San Francisco, California.
Yes, playing as Mother of Dragons, Protector of the Seven Kingdoms, the Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea, or anything you want to call her, is a hard act to follow, but Clarke doesn't trouble herself about those silly things.More news: Trump abandons idea of hosting G7 summit at his Florida golf resort
"I was too busy focusing on my own reactions to really pay too much attention, if any at all". I'm not going to go off and be like 'Oh well, dragons are my thing...' I can't be a insane woman demanding dragons forever!
It was pitched to me like, 'Emma Thompson has written a movie.' And I was like, 'I don't even need to read it. "These aren't as good as my last dragons!"
At the end of the day, added Clarke, "Game of Thrones" has given her the greatest gift any actor can have, pointing to "an absolute freedom that "Thrones" has given me - a gift-wrapped present in a little bow saying, 'You're now financially secure enough to not have to panic, so what do you want to do?' That kind of freedom is wonderful". "I'm not going to go off and be like "Oh well, dragons are my thing".More news: Google Pixel 4 will unlock even when your eyes are closed
The good news is, her latest film Last Christmas hits cinemas on November 8, which is really soon.
Alain Ang is an editor for Best in Au. On off days he spends his time with his rescue dogs, Sansa and Heart and digging holes in Minecraft.More news: Conor McGregor facing second sexual assault investigation