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A Guide On Where to See the ‘Game of Thrones’ Cast Until 2015

By Nadia Chaudhury | Game of Thrones | August 28, 2014 |

By Nadia Chaudhury | Game of Thrones | August 28, 2014 |

We’ve got a while until Game of Thrones returns to HBO for season five, probably sometime next spring. Until then, to get your Westeros fix, here’s where you can find your favorite cast members (I tried to include only projects out this year or early next, which is why you won’t see, for instance, Pixels).

Peter Dinklage
Lucky New Yorkers can see the Dink ditch the nose scar in the Off-Broadway production of A Month In the Country (January 2015), co-starring Orange Is the New Black’s Taylor Schilling AND directed by his wife, Erica Schmidt. Maybe they can exchange prison tips? Or check out his film Low Down (starring Cersei, too — see below) on October 24th, where he plays Alain, who, based on images of the filming online, plays someone who I can only describe as one cool hepcat.

Lena Headey
Doesn’t-give-a-damn Headey plays the drunk wife of Joe Albany (John Hawkes), a jazz pianist in the ’60s and ’70s, alongside Dinklage in Low Down.

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
Pending pick-up, Jamie’s starring in the Toronto Film Festival-approved A Second Chance. It’s a cop drama about babies, and not incest babies.

Maisie Williams
Besides driving around the streets of the U.K. with her new driver’s license, she’ll be in Gold, where she has perfected her wounded, but still disinterested look. I hope good, good things for her post-GoT.

Kit Harington
Get ready to see Jon Snow’s luscious locks in 3D IMAX next February when he stars in Seventh Son with Jeff Bridges.

Sophie Turner
Sansa’s teen version of Single White Female mixed Fight Club craziness in Another Me sounds kinda interesting on paper, but, really, it doesn’t look all that good. I want dark Sansa now.

Gwendoline Christie
I know, I know, I’m cheating with this one because her next film comes out way after GoT in December 2015, but: SHE’S GOING TO BE IN STAR WARS. If you can’t wait until then, listen to her voiceover acting in the BBC animated series Wizards vs. Aliens.

Natalie Dormer
The reason behind her shaved head (though I bet she would’ve done it on her own, too) will be revealed on November 21st, when Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 comes out. She’s also in the British take on Skull & Bones, The Riot Club, where she looks way fancier.

Aiden Gillen
When I see Aiden Gillen’s name followed by the words “Ireland” and “politician,” I immediately think and hope he’s playing an Irish version of his The Wire character, but with a receding hairline. Don’t let me down, Citizen Charlie.

Michiel Huisman
Man of all trades (and roles), Huisman will spend his time with Reese Witherspoon in Wild on December 5th, and Blake Lively in The Age of Adaline, where Ms. van der Woodsen portrays a woman who doesn’t age. Yep.

Hannah Murray
She played one of my favorite characters on Skins, so her role in the twee-as-hell God Help the Girl, helmed by Belle & Sebastian, sounds delightful.

Alfie Allen
Blonde Alfie heads to Miami with his friends to steal credit cards, but not Anna Kendrick’s heart, in Fraud.

Isaac Hempstead-Wright
Poor Bran can’t get a break. Orphaned on GoT, and orphaned in The Boxtrolls, out September 26th.

Nadia Chaudhury wants to see Peter Dinklage and Gwendoline Christie in a movie together.

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