‘Game of Thrones’ NYCC 2015 Announcement: Jon Snow Will Come Back From The Dead?
The fate of Kit Harington’s character in “Game of Thrones” is a prolonged question among the fans of book series and HBO TV series. At this moment, all the cast members are remained quiet about Jon Snow’s death. But from the past few months, Kit Harrington himself is giving away few hints that shows that there are strong chances that he will be resurrected from the dead in the upcoming sixth season of “Game of Thrones.”
At the finale episode of the fifth season of “Game of Thrones,” the Night Watchers repeatedly stabbed Kit Harington’s character, Jon Snow. But the fate of Jon Snow is still a mystery among fans. The uproar of Jon Snow’s returning in the upcoming season is making wave over the internet from the past few months.
According to Geek.com, at an ongoing New York Comic-Con, “Game of Thrones” has a special panel for the fans. With actors like Natalie Dormer, Finn Jones, Keisha Castle-Hughes answered the possible questions from the fans. There were not many spoilers, but from the general Q&A it was clear that in the upcoming season, Cersei will face trial for incest and fornication; Loras will go to trial for homosexuality.
At the panel, when the actors were asked which character did they liked the most to work with, Keisha Castle-Hughes, who plays the role of Obara Sand, said that she had not got any chance to work with Kit Harrington and she would love to work with him in future. But the actress quickly clarified her statement by saying that “Jon Snow is dead so one can’t possibly work with him anymore.”
Every fan of “Game of Thrones” knows it very well that Jon Snow is dead but what is making everyone wonder that, is he going to be resurrected from the dead by Melisandre? Or is he going to warged into his direwolf, Ghost?
While talking to Vanity Fair, Kit Harington also shed some light on Jon Snow’s fate. According to him, “I’ll probably be in my thirties when it’s over. One thing’s for sure: the day I’m no longer on Thrones is the day I’ll bury myself in movie projects.”
The upcoming season of “Game of Thrones” has no official premier date.
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