"Game of Thrones" Season 7 won't be out this April but in July instead. However, fans are also still excited despite the delay and the shortened number of episodes. Kit Harington just went on an interview and revealed how Jon Snow is faring with the show.
Nobody Knows How "Game Of Thrones" Will End
Kit Harington, who plays the role of Jon Snow in "Game of Thrones", confirmed nobody, even them stars, have any idea how the said HBO show will end or how things will go down. He says that it feels amazing not to have a George R.R. Martin book to compare and refer to this new season. Martin has yet to release the last two novels of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" novel series.
In an interview with MovieFone, Harington said he and everyone else have been pondering on what's going to happen next that even he has come up with his own theories. He revealed that even if the scripts are out, they are kept in the dark on what their respective characters will do. In fact, he added that he has already finished "Game of Thrones" Season 7 but he is still waiting for his scripts for "Game of Thrones" Season 8 and he finds it exciting that he has no idea what's going to happen next to Jon Snow.
Kit Harington On Letting Go Of Jon Snow
Everyone knows that "Game of Thrones" has been slated for just two more seasons and everyone has already braced for its imminent end. Even the actors of the said HBO show has already started to move on, preparing for the worst from the show, which is, of course, being killed off. Harington may play the crucial role of Jon Snow but he admitted that he doesn't know what'll happen to his character in the next season, as mentioned above.
Harington said that he is only certain of where Jon Snow is right now but according to him, "next season will be next season, he (Jon Snow) might go through a big change." Harington has played the role of Ned Stark's beloved bastard since 2011 and he admitted that he has felt attached to his character, even getting emotional that he won't be playing the character he has grown fond of anymore after 2018. "I'm really trying to just take stock of having lived this sort of dual life with this character, and being through so much with this character," he said. The actor stars in the new movie, "Brimstone", along with Dakota Fanning and Guy Pearce.