Emilia Clarke says the ending of Game of Thrones messed her up

In a recent interview, Emilia Clarke revealed the final shooting "fu***d her up" and she does "weird shit"

                            Emilia Clarke says the ending of Game of Thrones messed her up
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2018 is the year without 'Game of Thrones' but that does not mean there hasn't been any eager anticipation. In fact, there's been a lot, more than ever. In the making of the eighth and the final season, the only people to get close enough in the know-how of the series end are the cast members.

The big question of who gets to sit on the iron throne and the fate of the show's favorite character, Daenerys Targaryen, can be best shared by Emilia Clarke. In a recent interview, she reveals that the Mother of Dragon's final on-screen impression isn't the most settling farewell the show could give the character.

"It f**ked me up," Emilia told Vanity Fair after her final shooting was done and dusted. "Knowing that is going to be a lasting flavor in someone's mouth of what Daenerys is..." she continued.

With suspense still hanging in the air, Clarke went on to reveal further; "I'm doing all this weird shit."

"You'll know what I mean when you see it," she added.

With tight-lipped casts, there's no further pointers but what can be anything more weird that indulging in a sexual romantic relationship with the nephew. Clarke has previously revealed that they've filmed "multiple endings" for the finale, so maybe the ending that left her feeling "f**ked up" won't actually make the cut.

We are only going to find the mystery out in 2019, when the final season airs. 

Clarke is also starring a new role in the Star Wars spin-off, Solo, and since she's good at keeping spoilers aloof, she said; "Everything in my life is a spoiler," and added that it actually helped her get into character for her Star Wars adventure.

In Solo: A Star Wars Story, Clarke plays Qi'ra, Han Solo's childhood friend who turns into somewhat of a secretive and untrustworthy ally, and her character is described by director Ron Howard as "a much different sort of character from Daenerys."