Emilia Clarke is currently thrilling fans in the sixth season of ‘Game of Thrones’, but the 29-year-old actress also has her sights set on another franchise. Speaking to the Daily Star, Clarke revealed she’d like to be the first female James Bond.

Emilia ClarkeEmilia Clarke would like to be ‘Jane Bond’.

“I have a lot of unrealised dreams,” Clarke told the newspaper. “I would love to play Jane Bond. My ultimate leading man would be Leonardo Dicaprio. No doubt about it.” There’s no doubt that Clarke has the adventurous streak needed to play 007, as anyone who saw Sunday’s ‘GOT’ could attest to.

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But Clarke’s not the only female star to have thrown her hat in the ring. Earlier this month ‘X Files’ star Gillan Anderson was the subject of a twitter campaign, with fans asking for her to replace Daniel Craig.

Anderson herself seemed pretty keen on the idea as she tweeted a mock-up poster of her as ‘Jane’ Bond and wrote: ‘It’s Bond. Jane Bond. Thanks for all the votes! (And sorry, don't know who made poster but I love it!) #NextBond.’

But while Anderson and other names who have been linked to the role may have the support of fans, director Sam Mendes has said that everyone needs to remember the James Bond franchise is "not a democracy.

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”There’s this constant debate about who’s going to be the next Bond,” he told The Telegraph. “The truth is - and here’s the headline: it’s not a democracy. It’s not the X Factor, it’s not the EU referendum, it’s not a public vote. Barbara Broccoli chooses who’s going to be the next Bond: end of story."