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Session 072

The images taken for Kits interview with The Wrap are now in the gallery along with the text which can be found using the link under some of the excerpt. Scans from it will also be uploaded when they become available. I know I say this more often than I have hot meals but such a gorgeous shoot and a video from it can be viewed here on the website. Credit and thanks to The Wrap for the pictures

 

WANTED, DEAD OR ALIVE

He came back from the dead in Episode 2 and he beat the sadistic baddie Ramsay Bolton to a pulp with his fists in Episode 9. Those two moments alone made HBO’s Game of Thrones hero Jon Snow the man who set pop culture ablaze this television season. But Snow and the man who plays him, Kit Harington, also had an entire season to remember on Game of Thrones—a series that leads all shows in Emmy nominations this year, and is the defending champ in the marquee Outstanding Drama Series category.

“With Thrones, you always get two or three scenes each season that you know are very important,” the 29-year-old British actor told TheWrap of the recently-concluded Season 6. “I found that this was one of my most powerful seasons on paper, and I wanted to do it justice.”

He did, and in the process Jon Snow became one of the few men who came out of the season with more power than he had going in. (Mostly, this was a season for the women on Game of Thrones.) Harington’s character had been stabbed to death at the end of the previous season, but sorceress Melisandre (Carice van Houten) brought him back from the dead, causing Snow to renounce his vow to the Night’s Watch and fight to win back his ancestral home, Winterfell, from the evil clutches of Bolton. It was the biggest, boldest season for TV’s biggest and boldest show—and unlike last year, when he was officially dead and sworn to secrecy, Harington was free to actually talk about it this time around.

2 Comments on “Session 072”

  1. I think that he is right about Game of Thrones having opened many doors for him in his career, but i also hope that he will never give up theatre, because he is a very talented actor and the stage really suits him. I see a very bright future for him both in cinema and theatre, he’ s a natural talent and he plays fantastically. Good luck, Kit!

    1. I completely agree. He is mesmerising in theatre and you see a whole different side to his acting. I hope he doesn’t stay away for too long and maybe once Game of Thrones is over he may do more of it at some point

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