The actress is set to appear in the new adaptation of a popular comic miniseries.
Emilia Clarke has just announced that she's officially a member of the Marvel Universe, joining in with a new exciting project alongside several household names.
The 34-year-old actress confirmed the exciting news while appearing on The Tonight Show on Wednesday, revealing that she'll star in an upcoming Disney+ series titled Secret Invasion.
Unfortunately, Clarke said that she wasn't allowed to divulge any more details about the show, which will be an adaptation of the popular 2008 Marvel comic.
"I'm already scared", she explained. "The first people I spoke to from Marvel were their security team and I am convinced that there is a man outside my house — there's been a car parked there for a long time — and I swear to God, he's undercover."
Fallon then pointed out that Marvel must've believed Clarke would be "good at keeping secrets" since she had to do the same during her time on the highly-successful HBO series Game of Thrones.
"That's what I thought, but they schooled me. And so, I don't know what to do", the Emmy winner replied.
According to Variety, Secret Invasions is set to focus on "a group of shape-shifting aliens who have been infiltrating Earth for years."
In addition to Clarke, members of the cast include Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Kingsley Ben-Adir and Olivia Colman, among several others.
Jackson will reportedly reprise his role as Nick Fury while Mendelsohn will once again portray the Skrull Talos, a character he first played in 2019's Captain Marvel.
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