Dec 16 2013, 11:55am CST | by Shane McGlaun
If you are a fan of the HBO series Game of Thrones, you may be familiar with the work of Emilia Clarke. She plays the blonde Khaleesi in the series. We mentioned back in December that Clarke was up for the roll of Sarah Connor in the Terminator franchise reboot called Terminator: Genesis.
Reports are now in that claim Clarke has been chosen for the roll. She was previously vying for the roll against fellow actor Brie Larson. The movie is reportedly set to hit theater is 2015 and will see Arnold coming back to the franchise.
Arnold is looking really old compared to his first outing as the Terminator in the 80's, I wonder if he will be the main terminator in the film or play some other sort of roll. It's interesting that Clarke won the roll considering that Game of Thrones Alan Taylor is set to direct the film.
Source: The Edge Singapore
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