Emilia Clarke's Jon Snow Tries to Enlist Help From Batman in Prank Video
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Donning a black attire, a curly hair wig and fake mustache, the Daenerys Targaryen depicter on HBO's 'Game of Thrones' is met with confused and unimpressed passerby in the Big Apple.

AceShowbiz - The biggest war is coming in Winterfell and the folks on "Game of Thrones" are more than happy to welcome more help in the battle against the Night King and his army of the Dead. That's apparently what star Emilia Clarke trying to do in a new prank video for Omaza in which she walks around New York in Jon Snow costume.

As to why she doesn't dress as her character Daenerys, Emilia says, "The shop was out of Daenerys costumes 'cause they're sold out." Donning a black attire, a curly hair wig and fake mustache, the "Solo: A Star Wars Story" actress is met with confused and unimpressed passerby in the Big Apple.

"I'm a 'Walking Dead' fan," one person says to her. She even hits a tourist shop, where she gets a figurine of Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and a costumized T-shirt which has "I (heart emoji) DANY" printed on it.

Later, Emilia's Jon meets several other cosplayers including those who dress as Jon and Dany. However, the actress is more interested in other characters as she walks them by and heads to Batman, Superman and Zorro cosplayers instead.

"Hi, lads. You all right? I'm the King of the North," she greets them. "I'm looking to recruit, 'cause there's a battle happening and I need some help." She asks if they can fight a dragon or the dead people, but the confused Superman responds, "Do you usually work here?" and replies, "No, I work in the North. [North] of the Wall."

The video stunt is in support of Emilia's campaign with Omaze, which is offering fans a chance to screen the final episode of the HBO series with her in London. "We'll meet up, talk about the show, take some photos together and then you'll get to see how it all ends at a private screening," she says in the video.

The proceeds will benefit Emilia's charity, SameYou, which aims to raise $1 million to fund a research program at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston.

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