She may be on her way to Westeros over on HBO's #GameOfThrones, but in the meantime Emilia Clarke is dealing with terror of a different kind in upcoming supernatural film #VoiceFromTheStone. In the period drama, Clarke stars as Verena, a nanny who heads to Tuscany to help a young boy, Jakob, deal with his mother's death.
However, things take a horrifying turn as the boy begins to hear his mother's voice through the bedroom wall, prompting him to do terrible things. Verena soon realizes that she may be in way over her head, but will it be too late for the young woman to escape? The first trailer for the psychological thriller has been released and, if we're being honest, we're kind of scared already. Check it out below:
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A Different Kind Of Role For Clarke
There is no doubt that #EmiliaClarke is mostly known for her leading role in #HBO's Game Of Thrones, portraying Daenerys Targaryen — a part that has earned her several Emmy nominations. However, before this breakout role, Clarke was relatively unknown, having only appeared in UK soap opera Doctors and Syfy's Triassic Attack.
Due to Game Of Thrones' success, she has appeared in several feature length films of various genres, and Voice From The Stone marks the actresses' first film outing since last year's hugely successful tearjerker #MeBeforeYou. It's also her first venture into the #horror genre, and that alone is enough of a reason to be excited.
As well as continuing to appear in the upcoming seventh and eighth seasons of #GoT, it was recently announced that Clarke will star in the upcoming #HanSolo film (although she won't be reprising Sarah Connor after 2015's Terminator Genysis). At this rate, with the Mother of Dragons and Mother of the Future under her belt, Clarke is well on her way to becoming the Mother of Hollywood.
Will you be watching 'Voice From The Stone'?
Voice From The Stone hits select theatres, video-on-demand services and Digital HD on April 28th, 2017.
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