Clarke and Momoa played lovers Daenerys and Khal Drogo on-screen and have a special friendship off-screen, too.
Amazon Studios on Thursday announced it would shift filming for its unnamed "Lord of the Rings" series away from New Zealand and to the UK.
The "Game of Thrones" star is opening up for the first time about his experience with addiction and depression and getting sober.
The actor checked himself into a "wellness retreat" a week after the divisive series finale of HBO's hit fantasy series aired in 2019.
In the "Game of Thrones" pilot, the arranged wedding between Jason Momoa's character and Emilia Clarke's Daenerys ends in a rape scene.
Momoa, who turns 42 on August 1, is surprisingly good friends with Lenny Kravitz, the ex-husband of his wife, Lisa Bonet.
The network is working on two new animated projects set in the "Game of Thrones" universe.
Nathalie Emmanuel joined "Game of Thrones" in the third season as a former slave who later becomes an advisor for Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen.
In a May interview, Hannah Waddingham opened up about her character's death scene, which she said involved 10 hours of "waterboarding."
Before season eight aired, Emilia Clarke said reading her character's final scene had "f---ed" her up. Now, she sees it "only with peace."
Missandei actress Emmanuel said that while some producers insist a scene "needs" nudity, most people respect her wishes.
Hannah Waddingham just disclosed more behind-the-scenes details about the gruesome end for her character in season six of HBO's hit series.
The creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss added a piece of dialogue that implied Bran could see into the future and knew he would be crowned king.
Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson is best known as The Mountain from "Game of Thrones." The actor is also a former World's Strongest Man champion.
The episode scripts for HBO's hit series are available to read at the Writer's Guild Foundation library in Los Angeles, so Insider took a look.
Following set leaks that showed Matt Smith and Emma D'Arcy dressed as Targaryen royalty, HBO has now unveiled the first peek at the characters.
Hollywood showrunners spoke with Insider about the changing world of TV and why it was unlikely fans would see a series like HBO's hit show again.