'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Spoilers: Kit Harington Teases Jon Snow's 'Seismic Shift', Warns Winter Isn't Coming?
Just a few more weeks and “Game of Thrones” Season 7 will finally make its awaited premiere next month. However, the updates and the spoilers do not stop there.
Just recently, Kit Harington sat down for a quick interview with TIME during a break while filming for “Game of Thrones” Season 7. The actor plays the iconic role of Jon Snow and anyone who has been following the HBO television series knows that big things await the character in the last two seasons. Harington revealed that Jon Snow was a part made for him and through the years he has played the said role, Jon Snow will be in for a huge ride in the seventh season.
Harington teased that everything that Jon Snow learned in over the years will give off a huge seismic effect on him and it will be highly depicted in “Game of Thrones” Season 7. The actor clarified that Jon Snow will remain the same character that fans have grown fond of but he will be more mature since he has grown up. Of course, after all the things that Jon Snow went through, fans would expect him to change and hopefully for the better.
The next season will see the aftermath of Jon Snow and his sister, Sansa’s alliance in taking back Winterfell. HBO has released several teaser trailers and featured that the three major players in “Game of Thrones” Season 7 are Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Cersei Lannister. There are hints that the remaining Stark children will also finally reunite.
Meanwhile, Harington revealed how different the world of Westeros is from the real world. He said that in the real world, winter is not coming. He shared that he has seen the real effects of global warming with his own eyes and admitted that it terrified him. Harington pointed out that the production has returned to the glacier, which they filmed on in the earlier seasons, and they found it shrunk.
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