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A new trailer has revealed the first look at Sophie Turner’s next role in Netflix’s romantic crime drama, Heavy. The former Game of Thrones and X-Men star featured in several intimate scenes with her co-star, Daniel Zovatto, prompting astounded reactions from fans.
Sansa Stark herself, Sophie Turner, has wowed fans with a steamy first look at her new film for Netflix, Heavy.
The upcoming thriller will feature a number of intimate moments with Turner in bed with her co-star, Here and Now’s Daniel Zovatto.
In the new trailer, the Game of Thrones star strips off to her underwear in between moments of slick action and tense drama.
Turner will star as Maddie opposite Zovatto’s Seven, a drug dealing couple whose high-flying life in New York is threatened when an old friend asks for help.
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In a voiceover, Turner sets the tone of the upcoming thriller: “This is the kind of story where everyone is to blame and no one is spared. Then again they do say that love conquers all.”
Heavy’s first footage has already drawn attention from Sophie Turner’s fans some years after her risqué sex scenes in Game of Thrones.
Most recently, she reprised the role of Jean Grey in the more family-friendly superhero blockbuster X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
However, her new project once again features the English star in a mature role following her eight-year stint as Sansa Stark.
The 24-year-old had previously taken part in a tastefully shot nude scene for Survive, a miniseries released on the short-lived streaming app Quibi.
Her fans rushed to the comments when Heavy’s first trailer was released on YouTube in anticipation of the film’s release on February 9.
One commenter said: “Sophie is a beautiful young woman. Though I didn’t really enjoy her portrayal as Jean in the X-Men franchise, she’s still talented and awesome.”
Some fans joked that Sophie Turner’s husband, musician Joe Jonas, may have a hard time watching the actress on top of her co-star Zovatto in the film’s steamier moments.
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One quipped: “Joe’s gonna have some fun watching his wife ‘acting’ in this one.”
Although her followers were excited to see Turner in another post-Game of Thrones role, most weren’t impressed by the quality of the new trailer.
With a few exceptions, Thrones fans have so far been let down by the younger cast’s efforts outside of Westeros.
Turner’s co-star and friend, Maisie Williams, recently joined the fellow Stark in the X-Men universe in the long-delayed and much delayed superhero-horror The New Mutants.
One disappointed fan wrote: “Yikes… Sansa peaked and is on a sharp decline now.”
While another critical YouTuber said: “If it has one of the Stark kids, you know it’s s**t. Only Arya seems like she can even vaguely act.”
On the other hand, Netflix has gradually built a reputation for its growing repertoire of original indie films, blockbusters and miniseries.
Reviews for Heavy have yet to emerge, so hopefully Sophie Turner’s performance will prove the naysayers wrong when it’s released next week.
Game of Thrones is available to stream on NowTV. Heavy will be released Tuesday, February 9 on Netflix.
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