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Sophie Turner “Everyone needs a therapist. I think it’s necessary to have someone to talk to”

Sophie Turner discusses her leading role in the new X-Men film and how her mourning for Game Of Thrones is not over yet

Last month, Sophie Turner surprised the world by marrying her singersongwriter fiance, Joe Jonas, in Las Vegas, reportedly inside the infamous A Little White Chapel. The couple had been engaged since 2017 and it was rumoured that there was going to be a wedding in France later this year, but perhaps they just couldn’t bear to wait any longer.

Turner is not only in love, she’s also in the process of becoming one of Britain’s most popular stars. Having weathered a decade of untold savagery, destruction and bloody battles as Sansa Stark in Game Of Thrones, Turner is beginning the next chapter of her career as Jean Grey, aka Phoenix, in X-Men: Dark Phoenix. An adaption of the X-Men franchise, this film is an intensely personal and more female-centric exploration of the mutant saga.

‘I loved the fact that, from a female standpoint, some of the most powerful characters in this film are women,’ says Turner. ‘The leading character of the movie is a woman and she’s not only the protagonist but also the antagonist. That concept really excited me.’

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