Actress Emilia Clarke poses for the media during an event.
Actress Emilia Clarke doesn't like to date other actors as she feels successful actor relationships are "few and far between".
She said: "I am single right now ... Dating in this industry is interesting. I have a lot of funny anecdotes, a lot of stuff I can say at a fun dinner.
I was (dating actors) but I'm not now. I mean, I wouldn't say I've completely sworn off them, but I do think actor relationships that are successful are few and far between, and you have to have a ton of trust."
Clarke underwent two lots of brain surgery when she was younger but didn't share it for ages as she didn't want it to be another "celebrity sob story", reports a section of the media.
Speaking to a newspaper, Clarke said: "I didn't want to turn it into this celebrity sob story. I didn't want people's pity or 'Oh, poor little rich girl, your successful life ain't good enough?'
It's done a huge amount of healing for me, being able to open up about it. I was match-fit six weeks after the second surgery (in 2013)."
Actors Rose Leslie and Kit Harington of 'Game of Thrones' fame are expecting their first child.
"Game of Thrones" heartthrob Richard Madden tried to bat off mounting speculation Friday that he will be the next James Bond as Daniel Craig bows out after eight years as 007.
Actress Eva Longoria says that being supportive of each other, respect and being able to "dream bigger" as a couple makes for marital bliss.
But "Concrete Cowboy," a critically acclaimed new film about at-risk black youths and horse owners in urban Philadelphia, offers a poignant message at a time of mass anti-racism protests in the United States, Idris Elba said Sunday.
The non-profit GOLDN Ladies Club attempts to raise awareness and inspire women to be successful and become leaders who influence others positively. It is a private body, and hosts female entrepreneurs from all over the UAE.
The Khorfakkan Amphitheatre, on this special occasion, was decorated in the beautiful colours of the UAE flag, which added beauty and magic to the atmosphere of the evening.
The result is a collection of 64 one-of-a-kind NFTs created through a collaboration of man and machine. From Strike to Stroke opened at the Galleria Mall in Doha, Qatar, on November 24, and runs until December 23.