USA TODAY has released two brand new production stills of “Pompeii” featuring Kit Harington alongside his co-stars Emily Browning and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje. Enjoy the new additions!
Winter is coming… but the premiere of Game of Thrones Season 4 is still far away. Any fan suffering from lack of medieval drama and fiery dragons during the hiatus can get their fix by bidding at Charitybuzz.com for the chance to meet Jon Snow himself!
Game of Thrones actor Kit Harington has teamed up with the global charity auction site to generously donate an intimate lunch date with him in either LA or London for one lucky fan and a friend, all for a good cause. This is a rare opportunity to meet one of the stars of the hit HBO show and get insider details on the new season before it premieres in spring 2014.
Bidding on this amazing fan experience is open through Dec 5 at Charitybuzz.com. Proceeds from the auction will benefit ACLU of Southern California.
As Jon Snow on HBO’s Game of Thrones, winter came to Harington’s post in the icy North some time ago. But that doesn’t mean there’s even more fiery cataclysm awaiting us next season
When you’re in the cast of HBO’s spectacular, far-flung Game of Thrones, the grass is always greener on the other side of Westeros. Kit Harington, who plays Ned Stark’s bastard son, Jon Snow—grimly, but charismatically, confined to the icy North for three seasons now—admits that he sometimes envies his peers ponying the dames in nice, warm palace chambers while “I’m out in the freezing cold with bearded men.” But on the other hand, he says, “Peter Dinklage”—a.k.a. court-intrigue survivor extraordinaire Tyrion Lannister—“told me he really enjoyed the battle of Blackwater in season two. He finally got to go outdoors and fight!”
Read the whole article over at GQ.
The “Game of Thrones” star and the “Zero Dark Thirty” actress join Peter Firth in the big-screen adaptation of the hit British spy series.
Game of Thrones star Kit Harington and Jennifer Ehle (Zero Dark Thirty) have signed up to join original Spooks star Peter Firth for the forthcoming big-screen adaptation of the cult British TV spy drama, titled Spooks: The Greater Good.
The movie version of the series, which aired as MI-5 in the U.S., will be directed by Bharat Nalluri, the originating director on the TV series.
The plot details the story of an agent (Harington) investigating how a terrorist escaped from custody during a routine handover against the ticking clock of an imminent terror attack on London. Best known to Game of Thrones fans for his turn as Night’s Watchman Jon Snow, Harrington will play ex-MI5 operative Will Crombie, the former protege of MI-5 Head of Counter Terrorism Harry Pearce (Firth).
You can read the complete article here. Production is scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2014.
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Kit Harington and Saoirse Ronan among thesps expected to test for Reed Richards and Sue Storm
With Simon Kinberg brought on to do a polish on the script, Fox is now preparing to test a handful of thesps for the roles of Reed Richards, aka Mr. Fantastic, and Sue Storm, aka the Invisible Girl, in the upcoming “Fantastic Four” reboot.
Sources tell Variety that Kit Harington, Jack O’Connell and Miles Teller are in line to get test offers to read for the role of Richards while Saoirse Ronan, Kate Mara and Margot Robbie (sources now saying Robbie will not be testing) are being tested for Storm. Michael B. Jordan is the only actor currently being mentioned as a possibility to play Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch, but that could change.
Read the complete article at Variety.
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When we last saw Jon Snow on Game of Thrones, the handsome Night’s Watchman had been literally shot in the back with an arrow by a former lover and had lost several family members in one of the most brutal massacres in television history. Knowing the physical and emotional blows that had been dealt to Snow, the bastard son of the late Eddard Stark, we could not help but press Kit Harington on the one matter that may have alarmed his character’s admirers most: his facial injuries.
At the pre-Emmys BAFTA Tea on Saturday in Los Angeles, the British-born actor conceded that the eagle that his character battled during last season’s finale really did a number to his once lovely visage. “[Jon’s face] is pretty fucked up,” Harington said. “I’ve been scratched up. I get so many injuries. I get torn up by eagles, clawed, arrows in the back.” He revealed that Jon Snow does get a future break—at least on the cosmetic-injury front. “We had to tone down the scars this season because I’d gotten so many of them. So we’re starting fresh. But [life] doesn’t get any easier for him. It’s pretty action-packed,” he said of Season Four, which is currently being shot in Belfast.
Read the full article here on Vanity Fair.
Heart-stopping hottie Kit Harington (of HBO’s Game of Thrones) looked like a far cry from his character Jon Snow on last night’s Emmys red carpet. “This is why I like coming to these things,” he mused. “I don’t generally dress up smart in every day life, and it is quite fun to get really dapper.”
Regardless, he still enjoys outfitting like Snow. “The costumes are brilliant,” he said. “The detail that goes into them is quite astounding. It’s nothing like the girls, who get all these costume changes and all these wonderful costumes. I stay in the same thing I’ve worn all the way through. It probably stinks like hell now!”
So does that mean Harington’s character of Jon Snow might be in peril? “I think Jon’s got the wherewithal to get through,” Harington theorized. “I might be wrong–who knows? I kind of know enough [to know he’s okay]. I don’t know whether he bites the dust or not in the end, we’ll have to see.”
Read the full article here on ELLE.