It's fair to assume the stars of Game Of Thrones could use a well-deserved nap right now - after all, enduring eight seasons of impending doom sounds fairly exhausting.
Not for these brave warriors! (Most of them were warriors by the end, right?)
- Game of Thrones: Why Jon Snow's fate was sealed from the start
- Spoiler: Who sits on the Iron Throne and why it makes sense
Many of the famous faces we came to love on the epic series have risen from the ashes and bloodshed to take on new projects quicker than you can say: "Winter is here".
Here's where you can catch some of the cast of GOT next:
Maisie Williams (Arya Stark)
Arya proved herself time and again as a bona fide badass armed with a pointy little sword, and now Maisie Williams is set to continue to kick ass in the X-Men universe.
She'll be playing Wolfsbane in the upcoming spinoff film The New Mutants, which could see her one day reunite with her Stark sister and real-life bestie Sophie Turner.
Turner will return to her role as Jean Grey in the X-Men movie Dark Phoenix out in June.
Richard Madden (Robb Stark)
Having only enjoyed a brief stint as the King in the North, Robb Stark is but a distant, roguishly handsome memory for most of us, but Richard Madden is thankfully alive and well on the silver screen.
Madden plays Elton John's lover and manager John Reid in the much-anticipated biopic Rocketman, and appears alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in upcoming WW1 movie 1917.
Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister)
Free from what I can only assume were hours spent in the makeup trailer having his fake scars applied each day, Peter Dinklage has opted to make an abrupt about face (mind the pun) when it comes to his next gig.
He'll be lending his iconic voice to the next Angry Birds movie, as well as voicing a caveman called Phil Betterman in The Croods 2.
Lena Heady (Cersei Lannister)
From fighting for the Iron Throne to fighting on behalf of an asylum seeker, Lena Heady's next role sees her play a British immigration officer in the movie The Flood.
The film sees her team up with old mate Iain Glen, who played Ser Jorah Mormont. In this fictional universe, however, he'll be playing her boss. How does that taste, Cersei?! Is what I imagine Jorah would be saying.
Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen)
Daenerys somehow managed to squeeze in starring roles in both a Terminator and a Star Wars flick while raining fiery destruction down upon her enemies, because, as we all know, she's a boss.
Now that she's no longer a Khaleesi, she's got even more free time up her elaborately flared sleeves.
Clarke has three projects on the way: Above Suspicion, a real-life crime story about an FBI agent convicted of murder, Let Me Count the Ways, a period piece set in 19th century London, and even a Wham!-inspired holiday rom-com called Last Christmas.
Aidan Gillen (Petyr 'Littlefinger' Baelish)
Having met his demise at the hands of the Stark sisters back in season 7, Littlefinger will take on what I can only assume is a far less creepy and irritating role in the TV mini-series The Spy Who Came in from the Cold.
He'll also feature alongside Angelia Jolie and Nicholas Hoult in a flick called To Those Who Wish Me Dead, which feels like a title Petyr Baelish would strongly relate to.