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Emilia Clarke: If ‘Terminator’ And ‘Game Of Thrones’ Had A Baby …



Fans might’ve fallen in love with Emilia Clarke for her role on HBO’s Game of Thrones, but now, fans are in for a brand new treat.

Clarke plays the new Sarah Connor in Terminator Genisys and holds her own alongside, Arnold Schwarzenegger, who is back for the retelling of the thirty-year-old classic franchise. But in terms of taking on such an iconic role, Clarke tells us it was quite the undertaking.

The London native told HipHollywood that she was trying to be as “respectful as possible and trying to realize who was going to be watching this movie. It would be people who are fans of my show, people who were lovers of the franchise and of Linda and new viewers as well.”

During our chat with the beauty, we thought we’d have some fun and talk about what a possible love child between Game of Thrones and Terminator would look like. “All I can see is a dragon with Arnold’s face. Like ‘very nice’ (best Arnold voice) fire,'” Emilia joked.

Also joining the cast, Jai Courtney who takes on the classic role of Kyle Reese, originally played by Michael Connell Biehn. In the film, Jai is sent back in time to save  Connor. And thanks to the time travel element, we get to see good looking Australian actor with his shirt off more than once. Courntey tells us getting in shape, however, was a boring task. “It was a couple of months of walking uphill on a treadmill and a lot of salmon. More than you think would be healthy to ingest on a weekly basis.”

And taking on one of the most pivitol roles in the film, Hunger Games star Dayo Okeniyi, who Vanity Fair recently labeled Hollywood’s next big wave. Dayo plays Danny Dyson, the son of the famous inventor Miles Dyson of Cyberdyne Systems. “They are on the verge of creating what they believe is going to change technology for the future,” he tells HipHollywood.
Terminator Genisys is in theaters now.
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