See Why Emilia Clarke Ruled The Red Carpet

Emilia Clarke showed us all how it should be done on the red carpet, as she attended the premiere for Terminator: Genisys, dressed in a dramatic, floor-sweeping gown by Rosie Assoulin. 

Emilia Clarke at Terminator premiere Emilia Clarke looks stunning at the Terminator premiere

The film hosted its premiere in sunny LA with a full red carpet. Joining Emilia at the Dolby Theatre was of course co-star, and the film’s hero, Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Dusting off his Terminator shoes, Schwarzenegger last appeared in a Terminator film back in 2003 but looked to be having a great time with good friend and fellow action star Sylvester Stallone.

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone pose for some pictures at the premiere

The 28 year-old actress looked every inch the Hollywood starlet in a monochrome geometric maxi dress complete with cut out side panels. However, the crutches that she has been using because of a stress fracture to her hip weren’t too far away as it seems the actress still needed some assistance.

Despite this, the star clearly had fun getting ready for the big event as she posted some goofy behind-the-scenes snaps on her Instagram account. Revealing her glam squad Emilia said ‘#terminatorgenisys turns up the heat in LA… Getting good and glammed with my wonder blunder dream team!’

Emilia Clarke Instagram Emilia Clarke shows off her premiere style on Instagram. Instagram: @emilia_clarke

We love the fact that the actress also posted a comedy snap as she tried to negotiate a red carpet gown on the loo. Emilia posted the brilliant snap with the caption ‘A lil’ help here…? Big dress, big problems. #behindthescenesreality #thankgodforlargeloos #terminatorgenisys what the red carpet missed…;)’ 

Emilia Clarke Instagram Goofing around on Instagram, Emilia Clarke still manages to look gorgeous. Instagram: @emilia_clarke

Check out more of Emilia Clarke’s most amazing looks. She’s not our favourite Game of Thrones character for nothing, y’know.