She may have been best known for her role as Sansa Stark on Game of Thrones but Sophie Turner has ventured out in a number of feature films outside the Seven Kingdoms. And yet, there are five films in which Sophie Turner was Game of Thrones Fans may not know about it.
At the HBO show, Turner plays Sansa, a serious daredevil who had to endure countless tragedies from being more powerful and self-confident. Some of Turner's film roles have taken cinematographic worlds that are almost as coarse and violent as those of the North, as if they played a youthful killer in a very bad mood in 201
2015 Barely Lethal follows Hailee Steinfeld as Agent 83, a youthful Special Ops agent who just wants to be a normal kid. She feigns her own death and enrolls as an exchange student in a high school in the suburbs, but soon finds out that navigating in youth is just as dangerous as a mission. Turner will act as co-stars as Agent 84, 83s rival to the Prescott Academy, the government-run school where they were trained.
OK, Game of Thrones Fans probably did not miss this, but in the event that some viewers X- Men: Apocalypse did not see it is worth mentioning. In the latest issue of the X-Men series – the third of this new prequel wave – 2016 X-Men: Apocalypse Turner takes on the coat of Jean Gray, the telekinetic mutant also known as the Phoenix , In the film, Jean is just a student, but as the old mutant Apocalypse awakens from a deep sleep, Jean and her classmates and allies – including Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, James McAvoy's Professor X, and Nicholas Hoult as a beast – unite. to stop him from taking over the world. In 2019, Turner will return as Jean and in X-Men: The Dark Phoenix .
Turner made her feature film debut in 2013 Another Me focusing on her character Fay, a high school student with a mysterious doppelganger who begins to stalk her and trying to steal her life. In the film, Fay rises in paranoia, because no one else around her seems to see the girl, but there is more in the story than she realizes.
Josie  Josie In March, Turner features as a mysterious teenager striking the eye of her retired older neighbor, Hank, played by Dylan McDermott when she moves to a small Florida town draws. Their relationship makes some heads, but it soon becomes apparent that there are even more shocking secrets in Josie's past.
The Thirteenth Fairy Tale
Based on Diane Setterfield's book of the same name, The Thirteenth Fairy Tale aired in Turner's Home England. The film follows biographer Margaret Lea, played by Olivia Coleman, when she arrives at the home of aging writer Vida Winter, played by Vanessa Redgrave, to tell Vida's life story. Vida begins to tell Margaret about her childhood, including the story of the fire that burned her family to the ground, and Turner plays the young Vida.
They may not be Game of Thrones but meanwhile they're waiting to find out how Sansa's story will end when GoT returns to the eighth and final season in 2019, that's five Films with Sophie Turner, which you can watch now.