Karen Gillan has been cast in a leading role in the sequel to 90s family film Jumanji.
The Scottish actress, 28, was welcomed to the "Jumanji family" by co-stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, who both posted a picture of her on Instagram.
Dwayne wrote: "Between myself, @kevinhart4real, Jack Black and @NickJonas we've searched far and wide to find the one person to complete our #JUMANJI family.
"This isn't just any role, but in many ways the most important role of the movie."
He continued: "I'm proud to announce a girl who's playing the most important role in our movie - the talented, beautiful and down for a Scottish fight at any time, Ms @KarenGillanOfficial.
"And yes, this is the girl who is so bad ass she shaved her freaking head for Guardians of the Galaxy."
The film is a follow up to the 1995 movie starring the late Robin Williams.
Plot details have not been announced but the first film involved a magical board game.
Dwayne said: "This isn't a remake or reboot, but a continuation of the awesome Jumanji story we love."
Comedian and actor Kevin also welcomed Karen, who is probably best known for being a former Doctor Who companion.
He said: "I want to welcome @karengillanofficial to our Jumanji family...
"This is such a incredible role & we are so lucky to have such a amazingly talented actress to play the part.
"Congrats... I can't wait to get to work. This movie is shaping up to be something really special!!!!"
The film is being directed by Jake Kasdan and production is due to start in Hawaii next month.