Emilia Clarke, known for her role in HBO's 'Game of Thorns,' has been cast as Sarah Connor in the reboot of 'The Terminator'.
The 26 year-old will re-team with director Alan Taylor, with whom she worked on the fantasy TV series.
Deadline reports, casting for the roe came down to two people, Emilia and Brie Larson, with each of them taking part in readings for producers at Skydance, Annapurna, and Paramount.
Clarke's big break came when she was cast as a dragon-commanding heroine called 'Daenerys Targaryen', the shy sister of her King big brother quickly transforms into one of the show's most daunting characters.
Emilia appeared on the big screen recently as she co-starred with Jude Law in the British dark comedy 'Dom Hemingway'.
Also set to join the new cast is Jason Clarke, known for 'Zero Dark Thirty' and 'Lawless', the Australian actor is reportedly in talks to play her son John Connor.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, who appeared in the first instalment back in 1984, is set to reprise his iconic role as a T-800 cyborg from the future whose purpose is to protect the safety of John Connor.
The fifth instalment will be titled 'Terminator: Genesis' and is slated for a release on July 1st 2015.
The sci-fi action film will be competing in a highly anticipated summer movies, The Star Wars sequel, The Avengers 2, Pirates of the Caribbean 5, The Smurfs 3 and Independence Day 2 are all set for release in summer 2015.
Which film will be victorious?
Clarke will play the role of 'Sarah Connor'