Kit Harington plans to blow the king 'to hell' in Gunpowder teaser

Kit Harington plans to blow the king 'to hell' in Gunpowder teaser

Kit Harington plans to blow the king 'to hell' in Gunpowder teaser

Spoilers ahead for the seventh season of Game of Thrones! There were no shocking reveals, but it was a taut, well-crafted episode.

As we watched Daenerys and Jon Snow consummate their relationship in "The Dragon and the Wolf", it was confirmed that Jon Snow was not a bastard son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, but rather a legitimate son named Aegon. During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the real-life Jon Snow revealed that no one will be safe during the next six episodes.

Clarke just said: "For us as actors it's just weird". That makes Jon Dany's nephew, and Dany Jon's aunt. How did the actors react?

"I think it's one of the best episodes of 'Game of Thrones' I've seen". Featuring Kit Harington as Catesby, Liv Tyler as Catesby's cousin Lady Anne Vaux, who becomes embroiled in the plot, and Edward Holcroft as fellow conspirator Thomas Wintour. "Yeah [I would say], 'Would you just stop? I get the toothbrush [and brush my teeth]".

Game of Thrones fans still can't get over the bombshell revelation during season 7's finale, but what really drew the attention of many was the incestual pairing between Jon Snow (Kit Harington) and Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke).

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"And the thing is, with so few characters left, they (the viewers) should get used to and get ready for next year is Thrones returning to form and killing its main characters quickly. I say, it's more for us as actors with every actor in the series that we'd ever thought about working with". "I love that scene because I love what Alfie does with his character". I've loved his journey this season. "I think "argh" might be the reaction".

Obviously, Harington can't give away any details on Season 8 (even if he wanted to; he still hasn't read any of the final scripts), but he predicts there will be some "big, in-your-face movie stuff" and that the final season will be a "bloodbath".

In a YouTube featurette posted after the finale, Harington said: "I think they both know it's wrong, I think they both know it's gonna cause problems, but it's that thing-when you suddenly feel that deeply about someone, and you go through those events together; it's like a runaway train".

What do you think Game of Thrones fans?

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