Marvel’s Secret Invasion: First Look At Emilia Clarke Revealed On The Series’ Set

Marvel Cinematic Universe is the biggest media franchise ever, consisting of movies, comic books, and TV shows. One of the upcoming TV shows is Marvel’s Secret Invasion, which is based on the famous comic book storyline of the same. The original comic book was written by Brian Michael Bendis, and it was published from June 2008 through January 2009.

MCU is known for casting famous and popular movie stars. The recent movie Eternals featured superstars like Angelina Jolie and Salma Hayek, as well as Game of Thrones stars Richard Madden and Kit Harington. Now, one more Game of Thrones star is set to join MCU — Mother of Dragons herself, Emilia Clarke. It is known for which role Clarke is the most known, but she also starred in Solo: A Star Wars Story, Terminator Genisys, and Me Before You.

Now, the 4-time Primetime Emmy Nominee is set to star in Marvel’s Disney+ series Secret Invasion in an undisclosed role. Her role in the series is still unknown, but considering that Marvel picked quite the known actress for this role, we bet it’s a huge role that Marvel intends to keep as a surprise until the series’ premiere. Secret Invasion is now in production, and the first look at Clarke on the set now surfaced on social media. You can check the images down below:

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Samuel L. Jackson is returning as Nick Fury, while Ben Mendelsohn returns as Talos, the leader of Skrulls we met in the Captain Marvel movie. Cobie Smulders will also reprise the role of Maria Hill. Kingsley Ben-Adir has been cast to play the main villain, while Olivia Colman, Killian Scott, Christopher McDonald, and Carmen Ejogo also star.

Marvel’s Secret Invasion is currently in production. The series will consist of six episodes, and it’s expected to premiere in late 2022.

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