HD screencaps of Kit in episode 3.07 entitled The Bear and the Maiden Fair have been added to the gallery. Enjoy!
3.07 – The Bear and the Maiden Fair
HD screencaps of Kit in episode 3.06 entitled The Climb have been added to the gallery. My apologies for the delay but my online time has been very limited lately. Enjoy the new additions!
3.06 – The Climb
He may play the earnest, heroic and quite often serious Jon Snow on HBO’s epic “Game of Thrones,” but Kit Harington has a well-exercised funny bone, one that was tickled recently by “Saturday Night Live.”
“It was very funny,” Kit tells AccessHollywood.com of the show’s most recent “GOT”-themed sketch, which had its cast playing contestants, competing in a “Game of Thrones” game. “I’m a big Zach Galifianakis fan, so I just found it hilarious, and Nikolaj [Coster-Waldau, who made a cameo in it] was funny.”
Just a year ago, “SNL” player Taran Killam actually impersonated the Englishman in another sketch about the drama, and down the phone line from Canada (where he’s been shooting the film “Pompeii”) Kit admits to Access he found Taran’s work to be on point.
To read the complete interview with our lovely Kit Harington, click here.
Fans had the chance to submit their burning questions for HBO Connect’s Q&A with Kit Harington yesterday, May 7, 2013. You can read the really interesting transcript below or check it out on the official website here. Happy reading!
Game of Thrones: Thank you Kit Harington for joining us today! Kit, what’s your favorite part about playing Jon Snow?
Kit Harington: My favorite part about playing Jon Snow…hmmmm. I loved him when I first read him on paper when I first auditioned. I felt he was quite similar to me and I related to him in lots of ways. I think he has an amazing story through the show and gets through incredible things. My favorite thing is that he’s a really complex character in many ways and has many levels to him.
Inbar SwamazganDambeyeineimsan Starkparkinson Haramati: If you ever had a real sword, how would you name it?
Kit Harington: That’s a good one! I don’t know! hahaha
Janna Tippe: Do you think Jon would choose to desert the Night’s Watch if he knew Arya was alive and in trouble? He almost did it for Robb, but his relationship with Arya is different.
Kit Harington: I think he would ask his commander. He’d be in a very similar position as he was in the first season, where he has to be convinced to come back. I think he would try and find her. I think he would.
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Happiness seems to be a rare commodity on Game of Thrones, but one wildling and a Night’s Watch turncoat are giving it a go.
In the most recent episode, Ygritte (Rose Leslie) and Jon Snow (Kit Harington) finally gave in to their bickering chemistry and had a rather loving (and naked) interlude in a cave. And although a romp in the sack isn’t all that unusual for the HBO fantasy drama (airing Sundays at 9/8c), this tryst is particularly meaningful. Unbeknownst to Ygritte, Jon joined the wilding ranks as a double agent for the Night’s Watch, and only broke his celibacy vows as part of his cover. “There never is really a carefree relationship happening in Westeros at the moment,” Leslie tells TVGuide.com, “which I suppose is the nature of the show.”
As a diehard wilding, Ygritte has cautiously accepted Jon, who is the late Ned Stark’s bastard son, after he killed his fellow Night’s Watch brother Qhorin Halfhand (Simon Armstrong) to prove his loyalty. “She is still very skeptical of whether he truly has become a wildling,” Leslie says. “But she respects him hugely. She understands the leap that he had to take by killing Qhorin Halfhand, and she would be fool to think that wouldn’t be incredibly difficult. … She knows that his only true friend in the community is herself. … He’s dependent on her.”
Visit TVGuide.com to read the complete interview.