Now that Game of thrones is over, everyone is wondering what’s next for the Game of Thrones Cast; a lot of them have big projects coming up while others have taken smaller projects or roles for the mean time.
Sophie Turner is going from one franchise to the next now that Thrones is over. The long-gestating Dark Phoenix, an X-Men movie, is set to hit theaters in June 2019. She also worked on the movies Broken Soldier and Heavy.
Maisie Williams filmed an X-Men spinoff movie, The New Mutants, some time ago, but its release has been delayed. It’s slayed for summer 2019, but whether that actually happens, nobody is sure. She’s attached to the flick The Owners. She recently signed on to guest judge the UK version of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
After Game of Thrones, Isaac Hempstead-Wright can next be seen in The Blue Mauritius.
After he wrapped work on Game of Thrones, Kit Harington took to the stage in True West. He voiced a character in 2019’s How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World and made his Saturday Night Live debut as host in April 2019. He has no projects announced at the moment.
Now that Emilia Clarke has said goodbye to her dragons, she’s heading to the big screen. Clarke already completed work on Above Suspicion, a new movie about the first murder conviction of an FBI agent, and the romantic comedy Last Christmas opposite Henry Golding, Michelle Yeoh and Emma Thompson.
Lena Headey is heading back to the big screen after Game of Thrones. She has a role in The Flood, opposite Game of Thrones costar Iain Glen, and is attached to flicks Gunpowder Milkshake and Crooks.
Now that Peter Dinklage bid farewell to Tyrion Lannister, you’ll be able to hear his voice in The Angry Birds Movie 2 and The Croods 2. He’s also attached to The Thicketand The Dwarf, both on the big screen.
Expect to see Nikolaj Coster-Waldau on the big screen quite a bit. The Jaime Lannister actor has roles in Domino, Suicide Tourist, Notat and The Silencing.
When she’s not providing her voice as Captain Phasma in the Star Wars Resistance cartoon series, she’s also working on The Friend and The Personal History of David Copperfield.
Iain Glen will star opposite Lena Headey in The Flood. He also has What About Love and Haven: Above Sky in the works.
After Thrones, Alfie Allen has two movies coming out, Jojo Rabbit and How to Build a Girl. He’ll also appear in the new season of Hulu’s Harlots.
Nathalie Emmanuel is jumping to Hulu for her next TV series, Mindy Kaling‘s Four Weddings and a Funeral. She’s also attached to The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance and Holly Slept Over.
Carice Van Houten
After Thrones, Carice van Houten can be seen opposite Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Domino, and she has roles in Lost Girls and Love Hotels, Instinct and a new TV miniseries Temple.
By: Dammy Eneli