Game of Thrones babe Emilia Clarke strips naked for racy sex scenes in new movie

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke is set to strip naked in her new movie Above Suspicion, after previously speaking out about nude and sex scenes on screen.

In the film, British actress Emilia plays a woman called Susan Smith, who gets involved with a newly assigned FBI agent, played by Jack Huston.

Some clips from the film have been released, showing that Emilia’s character is set to get steamy with the married FBI agent.

To make things more confusing, Susan also happens to be the agent’s top informant.

It’s based on a true story and things end in disaster when the scandal rocks the FBI as it leads to an FBI agent being convicted of murder for the first time ever.

Emilia Clarke is playing a woman called Susan Smith in new film Above Suspicion

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The film is based on the 1993 non-fiction book of the same name, written by Joe Sharkey.

Also starring are Sophie Lowe, Thora Birch and Jackass star Johnny Knoxville.

Emilia is no stranger to shedding the layers on-screen, as her Game of Thrones role of Daenerys Targaryen saw her strip a number of times.

She has previously spoke about getting naked on-screen, saying she has no issue with it – as long as it is necessary.

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Emilia told TVLine: “In drama, if a nude scene forwards a story or is shot in a way that adds insight into characters, I’m perfectly fine with it.

“Sometimes explicit scenes are required and make sense for the characters/story, as they do in Westeros.”

She also spoke against those who complain about shows featuring a lot of nudity or sex scenes.

The actress told Harper’s Bazaar: “I’m starting to get really annoyed about this stuff now because people say, “oh, yeah, all the porn sites went down when Game of Thrones came back on.’

“I’m like, ‘The Handmaid’s Tale?’ I f***ing love that show and I cried when it ended because I couldn’t handle not seeing it. That is all sex and nudity.”

She added: “There are so many shows centred around this very true fact that people reproduce. People f*** for pleasure – it’s part of life.”

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