Kit Harington Cried About the Game of Thrones Ending

Kit Harington

Kit Harington

Interestingly, Kit Harington has a link to the character that he plays in Gunpowder.

Kit added that he hopes Jon has a amusing reaction to the news he had sex with a relative. Fans of "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series by George RR Martin, on which the TV series is based on, will know that the author has repeatedly said that he's aiming for a bitter sweet ending akin to the "Lord of the Rings" books by JRR Tolkien.

That wasn't the only famous link to his family during the time of the plot.

"I think that it's that whole thing of seeing is believing, and he kind of got the fact that this was bigger than any of them, this threat", Coster-Waldau told Indie Wire. "School, drama school, anything", he explained.

Catholics who didn't adhere to King James I's (James VI in Scotland) rules were executed in brutal ways.

The actor also let slip that he plans to cut his distinctive long hair short as soon as filming ends, to try and remain a little more anonymous on the streets.

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True, and as any child of a Catholic school knows, the late Tudor and early Stuart period was really not a brilliant time to have an allegiance to Rome.

"So we needed to see something quite violent from the start which makes us understand why this man might do what he does".

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones is set to air in 2019, and by mentioning that he was present and a part of the final table read, he may or may not have dropped a serious spoiler.

Of course, he didn't give away any plot secrets but revealed he once dressed up as his character for a fancy dress party. "I wouldn't want it to go on any longer than it has".

"I cried at the end", he said Friday on BBC's The One Show.

"That's the way I'd love to play it".

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