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A couple more interviews Kit participated in when filming Call of Duty have been released along with some on set images. I’m aware they’re pretty much the same with regards to the gaming footage but both had something which the other didn’t have
A new interview of Kit talking about the impending release of COD: Infinite Warfare has been released where he talks about the villain of the piece, Admiral Salen Kotch and why he accepted the role. The video also includes some behind the scenes footage from during the filming process
He may be best known as Jon Snow on HBO’s hit “Game of Thrones,” but Kit Harington has been branching out into movies in the past few years with a lot of interesting choices, including his latest, Testament of Youth, an adaptation of Vera Brittain’s 1933 memoir about how her life was affected by World War I. In the film, Brittain is portrayed by Swedish actress Alicia Vikander, who recently made waves for her performance in Ex Machina.
Most actors haven’t had the good fortune of landing a major role right out of drama school, let alone one that explodes into a global phenomenon, but that’s exactly how it happened for Kit Harington, best known as fan favorite Jon Snow on HBO’s Game of Thrones. Coming off a thrilling season five episode whose climactic action set piece found Jon Snow at its center, Harington next appears this week in Testament of Youth, alongside Alicia Vikander (Ex-Machina) and Taron Egerton (Kingsman: The Secret Service).
The film is a World War I drama based on the memoirs of Vera Brittain, who overcame gender barriers and followed her brother and fiance to war as a volunteer nurse. Harington took some time to chat with RT about the film, his early interest in journalism, and how strange he thought the pilot of Game of Thrones was.
Jon Snow may look seriously dashing in the enormous black cloak he rocks on “Game of Thrones,” but according to actor Kit Harington, you really don’t want to smell it.
Harington dropped by HuffPost Live on Monday along with director James Kent to discuss their new film “Testament of Youth,” and host Alonya Minkovski couldn’t let him go without squeezing in a few “Game of Thrones” questions, including what the signature cloak is made of. Harington isn’t sure, but he does know that it hasn’t been clean since he wore it for the first time.
“It hasn’t been washed in five years. None of the clothes have properly been washed in five years, which is authentic,” he said.