Emilia Clarke will star in 'Voice from the Stone'.
The 27-year-old actress has signed up to star in the indie psychological thriller based on the Italian novel 'La Voce Della Pietra' by Silvio Raffo, according to Deadline.com
The film - which will see Eric D. Howell make his directorial debut - is set in Tuscany in the 1950s and centers on a nurse, played by Clarke, who helps a young boy through the trauma of his mother's sudden death.
However, as she attempts to work through the troubled child's issues, she becomes ensnared by a malicious force from within the family's castle.
Andrew Shaw is adapting the screenplay while Dean Zanuck and Stefano Gallini-Durante are to produce the Zanuck Independent and Code39 production, with Mark Wheaton taking on the role of executive producer.
Clarke currently stars in hit HBO TV series 'Game of Thrones' as dragon commanding Queen Daenerys Targaryen and will next appear on the big screen in the upcoming 'Terminator: Genesis'.
The brunette beauty also starred alongside Jude Law and Demian Bichir in 2013 film 'Dom Hemingway'.
Shooting for 'Voice from the Stone' is expected to begin in Italy in November.