The 31-year-old actress stars as a new character, Qi'ra, in the Han Solo-centeredSolo: A Star Wars Story, but she'd like to see a fellow Game of Thrones star join the franchise as a young Luke Skywalker.
"I feel like I have to say Kit Harington," she told ET's Cameron Mathison at the film's Los Angeles premiere on Thursday. "Because I have to, do you know what I mean?"
Clarke understandably has certain allegiances to the King in the North, but couldn't be more excited to be a part of the franchise she's been watching since she was a kid.
"My brother was a huge fan, he's my big brother. I was always gonna do everything he told me to do, so I watched them really young [and] got into them from him," she shared. "Then when it all came back the second time around, I became a fan all over again, because it's just... they've taken it to every level."
"And then when they wanted me to be in it, I'm like, 'What? OK!'" she expressed.
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'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Premiere Takes Over Hollywood -- Complete With the Millennium Falcon!
Disney definitely pulled out all the stops for Thursday's premiere -- including the Millennium Falcon. "I mean, it's ridiculous," Clarke raved. "[Seeing it for the first time] was fully crazy. That was fully, like, spine-tingling. Insane."
One thing Clarke is still waiting for, however, is for fans to finally see the film, and not have to keep it a secret anymore. "I really cannot wait for someone else to know what happens in this movie," she said. "Oh my god, I can't wait."
Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters on May 25. See more from the premiere in the video below.