I must apologise about it being so late in this being posted but despite watching the recording of the interview I completely forgot to post it yesterday for those who may have missed it or were unable to watch. Enjoy guys!
Thanks to my friend Luciana we now have the scans from Kits interview with Entertainment Weekly. I can’t wait to see the rest of the outtakes from the shoot he did for it so keep your eyes peeled for those when they’re released. If you’ve not seen the latest episode of Game of Thrones and have somehow managed to avoid the spoilers (if you have bravo to you sirs and madams) I would advise not to look at the scans yet
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Earlier today Kit visited Graham Norton at BBC Radio Two in London alongside Dr Faustus co-star Jenna Russell. The interview can be found below for those who missed or couldn’t listen to it
Massive apologies for the delay in being able to get hold of these. I’ve other scans ready to be uploaded as well but my time online right now is limited so will upload them as soon as possible. Until then enjoy and the translation will follow soon
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I have only been able to find one short snippet online from Kits latest interview but I will keep looking to hopefully bring you more from it
Earlier Kit was interviewed by Jimmy Kimmel. Later on tonight he will be a guest on the Late Late Show with James Corden which my lovely friend Brianne is taping for me. I will try my best to upload the whole thing somewhere
I have added the digital scans of Kits Out Magazine spread. His edition is out now for those of you who want to buy it
Kit Harington is best known for playing the broody bastard Jon Snow on HBO’s hit drama fantasy series “Game of Thrones.” But rather than play moody action heroes for the rest of his career, Harington has decided to branch out sooner, rather than later, taking on the role of Roland Leighton in James Kent’s feature film directorial debut, “Testament of Youth.”
The film is based on Vera Brittain’s memoir of the same name, which chronicles her time as a nurse during World War I, in which her brother and her fiancé Roland fought. Roland is a romantic and a poet; a man of more words than the stoic Jon Snow. Indiewire chatted with Harington a few days after one of his most action-packed episode of “Game of Thrones” had just aired to inquire about his desire to say a bit more.
Warning: major spoilers below!