It's worth noting that the actor is currently 29 years old, so if he does stay on until Season 7 then he would certainly be in his "thirties." If Jon Snow does come back, he might not be the only character who is resurrected. A rumor surfaced last month that Stannis Baratheon (Stephen Dillane) will be resurrected, after Brienne of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie) took his life. We still have several months left before this new season debuts, so we likely won't find out for sure if Jon and Stannis are coming back until sometime next year. What do you think about Jon Snow's potential resurrection?Read More
Ever since the Season 5 finale of Game of Thrones, there has been a burning question on many fans' minds: is Jon Snow (Kit Harington) really dead? The producers have claimed that he is in fact dead, but, with a few characters on the show possessing the powers of resurrection, like Carice van Houten's Melissandre, many are wondering how long the beloved Jon Snow may actually be dead for. Today we have a new report from Watchers On the Wall, which claims that their "spies" in Northern Ireland have spotted Kit Harington on the set, "participating" in the filming.
You may recall that, back in July, Kit Harington was spotted arriving in Belfast, Ireland, one of several locations that Game of Thrones films in. While it isn't known what the actor's "participation" was on the set, it seems to be yet another indication that Jon Snow will be brought back to life. The character was killed off in George R.R. Martin's fifth book, A Dance With Dragons, but the author has hinted in the past that Jon Snow isn't actually dead. We don't know for sure, though, since he still hasn't published his long-awaited sixth book, The Winds of Winter. Barring a publishing miracle, Game of Thrones Season 6 will be the first season to debut before the latest book has arrived.Read More
Warning! There will be spoilers in this story! If you are a fan of Game of Thrones, you surely know how Season 5 ended. Kit Harington's Jon Snow was left lying on the ground, stabbed to death by his own men. Some where shocked, some were angry, but all who witnessed the incident couldn't believe that one of the show's most powerful and popular characters was leaving. Everyone has a theory about Jon Snow's return in Game of Thrones Season 6. And while nothing has been confirmed by HBO or any of the cast members, new evidence has surfaced that supports the fact that Jon Snow will return from the grave.
Did an airplane flight just ruin the biggest surprise of Game of Thrones Season 6's premiere episode? Maybe. But maybe not. Jon Snow might not return until Episode 2 or 3 of the new season. But if a picture shared by Game of Thrones fan site Watchers on the Wall is any indication, he will definitely fight another day. A reader of that site just happened to be sharing a flight with some of the cast as they headed towards one of the main shooting locations. And low and behold, Kit Harington was among them, landing in Belfast, Ireland, where, at the boarding gate, the below photo was snapped and soon shared on Twitter.Read More
Following the first trailer that debuted earlier this month, HBO has debuted the full-length trailer for the upcoming comedy special 7 Days in Hell with even more revealing and hilarious footage. Starring Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Saturday Night Live) as Aaron Williams and Kit Harington (Testament of Youth, HBO's Game of Thrones) as Charles Poole, the HBO special presentation 7 Days in Hell debuts Saturday, July 11 (10:00-10:45 p.m. ET/PT). Prior to its debut on the main HBO channel, 7 Days in Hell will be available on HBO NOW and HBO GO, starting July 8.
They were two of the biggest tennis stars of their day: Aaron Williams, a hyper-malcontent American bad boy, and Charles Poole, a dim-witted prodigy who carried England's hopes for a championship on his shoulders. In 2001, these sworn archrivals met for the longest and greatest tennis match of all time: a seven-day, five-set marathon that took literally everything out of them. Also appearing in 7 Days in Hell are Fred Armisen, David Copperfield, Lena Dunham, Chris Evert, Will Forte, Karen Gillan, Filip Hammar, Jim Lampley, Howie Mandel, John McEnroe, Soledad O'Brien, Michael Sheen, Mary Steenburgen, June Squibb and Serena Williams.Read More
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington makes the transition from Westeros to World War I in the new trailer for Testament of Youth. This adaptation of Vera Brittain's memoir has already been released in the U.K., with Sony Pictures Classics releasing the drama domestically on June 5. The actor plays Roland Leighton, who falls for Vera Brittain (Alicia Vikander), until the great war tears their romance apart.
Intelligent and free-spirited Vera overcomes the narrow-mindedness of her conservative parents, winning a scholarship to Oxford. Entranced by her brother's dashing friend Roland, who shares her literary aspirations, she plunges into an intoxicating romance. Blooming, in love and on the cusp of fulfilling her ambitions, Vera's dreams are brutally shattered by the onset of war. When Roland and her brother ship out to the front, she abandons the cloistered environs of university life and volunteers as a nurse. Immediately confronted with the pitiless reality of the war's victims, her life is irrevocably changed as she loses, one-by-one, the young men she held so dear.Read More