Are you excited for Solo and what do you make of Clarke's half-joking response to who should play a young Luke?
On the show coming to an end, she said: 'It really feels like preparing to leave home, is how it feels.
"Walking on set, I felt a difference in the room that was really interesting to navigate but then you kind of ease into it and you say 'this is it!'".
"The list goes on", she said, leaning into the male reporter. "You think a lead in a movie is gonna be a weak woman?".
The actor also said there are no strong men characters in films, unless they are physically strong.More news: Suspended Pennsylvania teacher shot, killed in mother's driveway
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"Take the "strong" out of it, find another adjective, damn it".
'So I think it's mainly in the beginning, just be aware of that and going, "Can you just check?' she said of handling negotiations".
While walking the crimson carpet for a screening of Solo: A Star Wars Story with fellow movie stars Alden Ehrenreich as the young Solo, Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Thandie Newton, it was impossible to miss Clarke's buoyant smile.
It was only when she began working in film that she encountered discrimination but she says "the temperature changed dramatically the morning all of this stuff (the Me Too movement) started".
Speaking at the event, Emilia opened up on whether Game of Thrones has a gender pay gap.
Variety quotes her saying: 'You start to dig deep and see where it is, rife in the industry.
Emilia Clarke in pictures Wed, August 23, 2017 London-born actress Emilia Clarke is best known for playing Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO series Game of Thrones. "So when there would come a job where that was maybe being discussed, again, it's shocking - actually shocking".