[Warning: The following contains spoilers for the finale season of Game of Thrones.]
After eight seasons, Game of Thrones is over. But there's no need to say goodbye to Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen), Sophie Turner (Sansa Stark), Kit Harington (Jon Snow), Maisie Williams (Arya Stark), and the rest of the series' stars. Find out what gigs -- and summer blockbusters! -- we'll be seeing the GoT gang in soon.
The Irish star is forging ahead with work on a National Geographic miniseries about the Ebola virus, The Hot Zone, with Topher Grace and Julianna Margulies.
The Danish actor, seen here at a New York Knicks game in December 2018, is on a surer journey than Jaime's. Upcoming projects include the big-screen thriller The Silencing with Annabelle Wallis.
Las Vegas oddsmakers pegged Wright's Bran Stark, aka the Three-Eyed Raven, as the favorite to win the Iron Throne -- and they were right, to a point: In the finale, Bran emerges as the ruler of the now-six kingdoms of Westeros, but he doesn't sit atop the Iron Throne because, well, Drogon melted the Iron Throne.
On GoT, Headey rules (for a time) as the Iron Throne's iron-willed and ultimately doomed Cersei Lannister.
The actress was recently seen (if you recognized her!) as pro-wrestling matriarch Julia Bevis in the Dwayne Johnson-produced big-screen biopic Fighting With My Family, about British WWE star Saraya Bevis, aka Paige.
In a busy Season 8, Clarke's dragon-raising, Iron Throne-pursuing Daenerys Targaryen gains power, loses her head, and gets shivved by her nephew (and former lover) Jon Snow.
The British actress is pretty busy herself. She's starring in the holiday rom-com Last Christmas, co-starring Love Actually's Emma Thompson, who co-wrote the script. She'll also be seen as a rural Kentucky woman in the action-thriller Above Suspicion (pictured).
Turner plays Jean Grey, who discovers her dark powers in the new X-Men movie Dark Phoenix, due June 7.
The Emmy-winning actor soars above the rest as the voice of Mighty Eagle in the Angry Birds movies. He'll be back in flight for The Angry Birds Movie 2, due in theaters Aug. 16. Also on his slate: a voice gig for The Croods 2, due in 2020.
Glen is seen here promoting his disloyal turn in PBS's three-part Masterpiece Theatre miniseries Mrs. Wilson, based on the true story of star Ruth Wilson's grandmother.
The actor voices the dastardly Eret in 2019's How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. He previously performed the character in How to Train Your Dragon 2 (pictured).
The actress plays one of Marvel Comics' ultimate outsiders, Rahne Sinclair, aka Wolfsbane, in The New Mutants, due in theaters on Aug. 2.
The Brit will be seen in the period drama The Personal History of David Copperfield, an upcoming feature co-starring Tilda Swinton and Doctor Who alum Peter Capaldi.
Things are looking bright for Allen, who's had high-profile feature-film roles in John Wick and The Predator reboot, and will next be seen in the pitch-black World War II comedy JoJo Rabbit.
In Season 8, Hill's cunning Lord Varys is executed for treason by Dany (Emilia Clarke) in "The Bells."
Hill is mired in mystery in the U.K. crime-thriller TV series Dublin Murders, which is bound for Starz.
The actor, seen here at a black-tie soccer event in England, is put to the test in the 2018 horror film Patient Zero.
In the Season 8 episode, "The Long Night," Carice van Houten's Red Priestess Melisandre survives the Battle of Winterfell only to kill herself by removing her necklace.
The Dutch actress is alive and kicking in indie films and currently at work on the TV miniseries Temple, which is being produced for the U.K. network Sky.
GoT fans know Dormer's Margaery Tyrell as one of Westeros' more benevolent queens. She dies in a wildfire (with an assist from Cersei Lannister) in Season 6's "The Winds of Winter."