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Emilia Clarke's GQ And Esquire Recognition Could Spell Her Return To 'Terminator Genisys' Sequel?

By Chill Bolo | October 14, 2015 05:00 PM EDT

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Emilia Clarke received the highest recognition from two renowned magazines, GQ and Esquire, for her turn as Khaleesi in the award-winning "Game of Thrones." With the recognition, rumor mill is now abuzz about her possible return to "Terminator Genisys" sequel.

GQ just named Emilia Clarke as its "Woman of the Year" while Esquire dubbed her the "Sexiest Woman of the Year."

In her speech, the "Game of Thrones" actress said. "It's a privelege to be recognized amongst all these gorgeous, wonderful, talented, handsome, real handsome men."

"So I'm going to turn my Tinder on, it will be dragonbabymama for all of you kinda looking for that," she quipped.

But Emilia Clarke managed to give tribute to the refugee mothers who are all tryign to find a new home after fleeing Syria.

"In all seriousness, I'm very lucky because I get to play strong women on screen and I just would like us to turn our minds towards the real women of strength today who are struggling to find a place they can call home," she said.

For the Esquire cover, the "Game of Thrones" actress appeared in the nude, and Lisa Hintelmann, the editorial director, said it was a landslide choice for that the British actress.

"Emilia Clarke is unforgettable in 'Game of Thrones' and was hands-down the No. 1 choice of Esquire's staff, friends and family," she told the Chicago Tribune.

Will the recognition give "Terminator Genisys" producers the motivation to put Emilia Clarke in the sequel?

Dish Nation previously reported that Emilia Clarke might not return for the sequel of "Terminator Genisys" as she was blamed for the paltry showing of the Arnold Schwarzenegger film in North America.

"Sadly her acting ability has been called into question and has in part been blamed for the film's flop," the website's source claimed. "Of course it's not all her fault, but they basically don't want her back. They're saying she doesn't have the star power they thought she did."

Tagged :  Emilia Clarke, world news, Terminator Genisys sequel

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