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The Mother of Dragons Emilia Clarke has been tapped for the lead role in Eric D. Howell's directorial debut Voice From The Stone.
The independent film, which is being adapted from Italian writer Silvio Raffo's novel La Voce Della Pietra, will follow Clarke as a nurse in the 1950s who is hired to help a grieving boy recover from his mother's unexpected passing, according to The Hollywood Reporter. While helping the boy, she discovers there is a dark force living in the family's Italian castle.
The book is being adapted by scribe Andrew Shaw and principal photography is set to start Italy in November. Mark Wheaton is executive producing, while Stegano-Gallini-Durante and Dean Zanuck are on board to produce. The movie is backed by Zanuch Independent and Code 39 Films.
Clarke has been busy in between filming seasons of HBO's hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones as she will be seen in the upcoming Terminator: Genesis, which is due out June 16, 2015. She was also seen opposite Jude Law in the recent Dom Hemingway.
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