Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner is literally on fire on the cover of Entertainment Weekly First Look issue (EW Magazine) and her fans are amazed by her fierce look.

Appearing topless and aflame, Turner posed as Jean Grey's corrupt alter ego, Phoenix, a character from X-Men: Dark Phoenix that is coming to US/UK theatres on 2 November 2018. The Sansa Stark actress managed to cover her breasts by crossing her arms for the lit cover photo.

Fans are raving about Turner's fierce look as the all-powerful Phoenix, with many sharing their views in the comments section. One user wrote, "This so awesome you're on fire," while another noted, "Absolutely amazing."

Turner shared the cover photo on her official Instagram page and her new look has clearly been approved by her fans, with the post getting 497,182 likes within just a day of upload.

"Wow just Super wow," wrote a user who seemed to be at a loss of words, while another user simply noted, "You go girl!"

"Super Dope! You look gorgeous," said a fan of Turner as another replied saying, "Aww I hope you don't crack for real- but damn looking so hot. Loved your performance in apocalypse so much"

"Can't wait to see you kick ass in this movie! You were AMAZING in X-Men Apocalypse !!! As a young aspiring television and film actres, yyou coloured impressed!" noted an Instagram user.

In the final moments of 2016's movie, X-Men: Apocalypse, Jean Grey ( played by Turner) unleashed the Phoenix force that lay dormant inside her.

The 13th instalment of the X-Men film series, X-Men: Dark Phoenix, is set in 1992 and centers on Jean's dramatic resurrection and battle with demons after sacrificing herself to a cosmic flair hitting the X-Jet spaceship so the crew can live.

The 21-year-old spoke to EW about transforming into the possessed Marvel Comics character in X-Men: Dark Phoenix. She told the Magazine, "So many scenes I have to go from broken-down Jean — that's when she's most susceptible to Phoenix infiltrating her — to this confident, arrogant, judgmental character within milliseconds."

Explaining that the movie becomes a fight for Jean's soul as Phoenix threatens to overtake her mind and divide the X-Men, particularly Jean and her mentor, Charles, the HBO actress added, "It's about the butterfly effect of this thing happening. What happens when the person you love the most falls into darkness?"

First-time director Simon Kinberg also praised Turner, saying, "The movie does not work if she's not great. Sophie really lived and breathed the movie in a way that was extraordinary."

Newcomer Jessica Chastain, who plays the shapeshifting (alien) Shi'ar Empress Lilandra, also shared her experience about working with Turner, "Working with Simon and [producer Hutch Parker] and Sophie was the most loving, strong, happy set."

X-Men: Dark Phoenix features an ensemble cast that includes Michael Fassbender as Magneto, Nicholas Hoult as Beast, Jennifer Lawrence as Mystique, James McAvoy as Charles Xavier, Kodi Smit-McPhee as Nightcrawler, Evan Peters as Quicksilver, Tye Sheridan as Cyclops and Alexandra Shipp as Storm.

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