Another 3 albums in the photoshoot section of the gallery have been updated which are additions to previously uploaded sessions. Thankyou again to Fernanda for her kind donations
Session 016 [+009]
Session 033 [+022]
Session 035 [+001]
High quality captures from Kits small role as Billy Bradley in Seventh Son (2015) have been added to the gallery
More new stills from Brimstone have been added to the gallery including the official poster used at TIFF and Venice Film Festival. The film is scheduled for release in The Netherlands on January 12 and the USA in March 2017. No information for other countries has been released yet but will be sure to post when that changes
Kit has been named one of this years sexiest men by People magazine in the November 28 issue and the scan from it has been added to the gallery thanks to my friend Mouza. The image in the publication has been used from Session 063 by Francois Berthier. Click on the image to see it in full
Seeing as though it is reasonably quiet at the moment I am taking the opportunity to upload missing pictures to the gallery. I have added a bunch of high quality additions from the How To Train Your Dragon 2 press conference and a missing public appearance from 2015 when Kit and James Kent visited the Hudson Union Society (credit to Justin Hoch for those). Big thankyou also to Fernanda for donating the HTTYD2 images to the site. If real life allows it I will be moving on to magazine scans some of which need to be scanned from my personal collection to make the gallery as complete as it can be before the end of the year. Watch this space..
The nominations for this years Critics Choice have been released and I’m so pleased to say that Kit has received his second nomination of the year for Game of Thrones in the Best Supporting Actor in a Drama series category. The 22nd annual Critics Choice Awards airs on A&E live on December 11 at 8pm ET, 5pm PT. Due to filming season 7 it is not known if Kit will attend but I will edit this post when I know otherwise. Game of Thrones has also been nominated for Best Drama series
— Critics' Choice (@CriticsChoice) November 14, 2016
Due to filming currently taking place outside, the internet is dark and full of spoilers and I for one do not want to be one of the sites that unintentionally spoils those who wish to remain completely spoiler free. I have now watermarked the thumbnails of those on set images that contain spoilers so the albums are safe to view for everyone. An example of what they look like can be seen below thanks to my friend Kaci who took the time to design it for me. Should you wish to see the bigger image (that will be watermark free) it will be your choice whether to proceed and view. I hope I will be doing the best thing by all visitors of the site.
Several sets of images from the production of S7 have been added to the gallery and they do include potential spoilers so view them at your own discretion. Kit can be seen filming alongside Liam Cunningham (and other cast members who shall remain anonymous for those who wish to stay spoiler free) in several locations in Spain
For those of you who are active on social media please beware that there have been huge leaks which I am told contain details of specific episode content. Whether they are true or not is another matter but if you don’t wish to be spoiled just a warning to be careful on which links you access
Scans from Kit’s latest front cover for Augustman Singapore have been added to the gallery. I have typed up the interview for you to read below and the rest can be found below the cut. Editorial images will be added once they are released. Enjoy!
Through tax incentives and great filming facilities, Vancouver and Toronto have long been the third and fourth most popular locations for filming in North America, after Los Angeles and New York, but this year Montreal joined the pack, with a considerable number of projects under way in Quebec’s largest city. That’s where we headed to meet Kit Harington, otherwise known as “Jon Snow” on HBO’s Game of Thrones. Filming the upcoming movie The Death and Life of John F Donovan, the 29-year-old British actor was on a extremely tight, 16-hours-a-day shooting schedule, under the direction of Xavier Dolan. I t was a miracle to be able to squeeze out a half-day with him.
A clever compromise between New York and Paris, Old Town Montreal in the summer is a lovely place to walk around, as many tourists visit the cobblestone-paved streets in this neighbourhood overlooking the Saint-Laurent river. Without a doubt, it was a glorious location for the Augustman crew to settle in, in the newly opened Epik boutique hotel. With wooden beams and a giant vintage wheel hanging from the roof, the top floor had an obvious Game of Thrones feel, making Harington feel right at home.