Following the premiere episode of “Game of Thrones” season 5, Anna Kendrick posted a rant about the hit HBO series.
For the “Pitch Perfect” actress, the show is still biased for its lack of male nudity.
“Madonna kissed Drake, Hilary’s running for president, but HBO STILL hasn’t shown this dude’s d***?? #FeministPriority,” Kendrick wrote alongside a picture of the show’s Daario Naharis played by Michiel Huisman.
Prior to Huisman, the character was being portrayed by Ed Skrein.
However, the latter needed to drop out of the fantasy show to join “The Transporter: Refueled” as a replacement for Jason Statham.
Although Huisman already had intimate scenes with Emilia Clarke’s character, Daenerys Targaryen, his scenes only showed him naked from the back.
This appeared to be a problem for the “Last Five Years” actress.
Anna Kendrick isn’t the only one who has noticed the intimate scenes in the series.
Sophie Turner, who plays the role of Sansa Stark, acknowledges the show for teaching her about certain things.
She said that her mother once tried to teach her about intimate things but she refused because the show already taught her a lot.
“I said, ‘This isn’t necessary, I know everything.
I know every single thing that a person can do – and more’.
The show is very inventive,” said the British actress to magazine Stella .
“Game of Thrones” season 5 recently faced a challenge when its first four episodes were leaked online.
Torrentfreak reports that the episodes were downloaded over 100,000 times within the first three hours.
HBO calmly approached the matter and said that they’re already “actively assessing” how the breach happened.
“Sadly, it seems the leaked four episodes of the upcoming season of Game of Thrones originated from within a group approved by HBO to receive them.
We’re actively assessing how this breach occurred,” read HBO’s statement.
“Game of Thrones” season 5 will continue to air over the next 9 weeks.
Anna Kendrick, on the other hand, will be seen on theater screens soon as “Pitch Perfect 2” returns on May 15.