She’s in London filming Secret Invasion of Marvel for Disney+.
And on Monday, Emilia Clarke wrapped up in a padded blue jacket over her outfit as she filmed late-night scenes with a vintage white Mercedes in The Big Smoke.
The Game of Thrones star, 35, wore a long coat as she tried to keep the fall chill in between the cast along with some of the cast and crew.
Working hard: On Monday, Emilia Clarke, 35, wore a baggy khaki suit and black leather jacket to shoot a late-night scene in London for Marvel’s Secret Invasion for Disney+
Emily’s outfit consisted of a baggy khaki comb, a plain t-shirt and a black leather jacket, which she teamed with edgy biker boots.
The actress’ short and dark hair was styled into messy waves and her makeup looked very natural.
While her character in the highly anticipated miniseries is yet to be confirmed, it is rumored that Emilia will play the Skrull. [a fictional race of extraterrestrial shapeshifters] from Marvel Comics named G’iah.
In the series, ‘Fury (Samuel Jackson) and Talos (Ben Mendelsohn) try to stop the Skrulls from infiltrating the highest spheres of the Marvel Universe’.
Keeping the air cool: The actress wrapped herself up in a padded blue jacket as she prepared to shoot a scene with a vintage white Mercedes in The Big Smoke
Emilia joins the likes of Samuel Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Cobie Smulders, Olivia Colman and Martin Freeman in the series.
The actress is known for playing Daenerys Targaryen on the hit show Game of Thrones, playing the role from 2011-2019.
Over the weekend, Emilia shared pictures of herself and adorable dog Ted on the set of Secret Invasion, revealing that her pet dog ‘shat on set’.
‘My son looks like an angel, but in his desperation to be in front of the camera, he nearly destroyed a set of photos. And then talk about it,’ she wrote.
Behind the scenes: Over the weekend, Emilia shared pictures of herself and adorable dog Ted on the set of Secret Invasion, revealing that her pet dog was ‘broken on set’
In July, Emilia shared about her health battle after suffering two aneurysms.
She said at the time that she would not be able to talk after two aneurysms left part of her brain ‘unusable’.
The British actress said she was part of a ‘really small minority’ of people who survived and were left unscathed.
Her first aneurysm burst in 2011 after she filmed the first Game Of Thrones series and caused a stroke while the second required surgery in 2013 after a scan showed it had grown. twice the size.
She told Sophie Raworth on BBC1’s Sunday Morning: “You have a lot of perspectives. My brain is no longer usable… There’s quite a few things missing that make me laugh all the time.’
Familiar face: The actress is known for playing Daenerys Targaryen on the hit show Game of Thrones, a role from 2011-2019
Her life-saving treatment forced her to use titanium instead of the skull and scar sections.
The actress suffered a subarachnoid hemorrhage for the first time after an aneurysm – a weak area in a blood vessel – on the surface of her brain burst.
They are most common in people between the ages of 45 and 70 and can cause extreme fatigue, sleep problems, headaches, vision disturbances, and loss of mobility.
But Emilia said she was unaffected, adding: ‘I can play two and a half hours a night and not forget a line. I’ve always had a good memory because that’s my only skill as an actor… so your memory is obviously extremely important and I’ve been testing that constantly. ‘
She says she’s ‘given fretting’ about what’s going on in her brain because ‘there’s no point in constantly checking your brain for what might not be there. because what you have now is amazing’.
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