Game of Thrones is officially done, but the cast of the beloved HBO series has a bright future ahead.
Many of actors who helped turn the show into a cultural phenomenon are walking away from their characters on the HBO fantasy drama with big film commitments, new TV shows and many other exciting projects.
Take a look at the projects the biggest stars of Game of Thrones will be seen in next.
Daenerys Targaryen is trading in her dragons for some holiday romance. Clarke has been cast opposite Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding in the Paul Feig-helmed romantic comedy, Last Christmas, set to be released Nov. 8.
The actress also revealed in a recent Hollywood Reporter roundtable she hopes to steer clear of roles in big franchises.
"One thing I would not like to do is something that would have a sequel. Something that could have, like, "And then two and then three and then four." I'd like to not do one of those for a minute," the actress said.
Aside from the final season of the HBO series, the actor voiced Eret in How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World. After that, it seems like the A-lister is taking some well-deserved time off to spend time with his wife and former co-star, Rose Leslie.
The actress behind the Queen in the North will reprise her role as Jean Grey in the sequel of X-Men: Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix. After Jean is hit by a solar flare while on a mission, the Phoenix emerges causing her to lose control of her powers.
The film is set to arrive in theaters on June 7.
The latest release date for the movie, in which she stars as Rahne Sinclair, aka Wolfbane, is April 3, 2020.
Williams also currently lends her voice to hacker Cammie McCloud on the Rooster Teeth web series Gen:Lock. Entertainment Tonight reports she recently launched her own social media platform, Daisie, meant to bring artists together in creative collaboration.
The actor, who began working on the show when he was 10 years old, revealed his plans to return to school and finish his studies in neuroscience. He is also set to star in two new projects: Heist drama The Blue Mauritus, along with Anthony Mackie and Elodie Yung, and sci-fi thriller Voyagers with Colin Farrell and Tye Sheridan.
The actress starred in Fighting With My Family as a wrestling matriarch earlier this year, and is reuniting with fellow Game of Thrones actor Iain Glen in the upcoming immigration drama The Flood.
The actor is set to lead the cast of Brian De Palma's new crime drama, Domino, out May 31, where the actor stars alongside Game of Thrones alum Carice Van Houten.
The actor is set to reprise his role as Mighty Eagle in The Angry Birds Movie 2, set to be released, Aug. 14, and will join the cast of The Croods as Phil Betterman in the sequel, set to premiere Dec. 23, 2020.
Christie will be playing Jane Murdstone in Armando Iannucci's The Personal History of David Copperfield, due out in December. She is also set to star alongside Casey Affleck, Dakota Johnson and Jason Segel in the upcoming film, The Friend.
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