Game of Thrones: Kit Harington admits that every one of his Season Eight theories turned out to be mistaken


Any Game of Thrones fan value their Dragonglass is at present attempting to guess what fates will befall the great folks of Westeros in Season 8, which premieres on HBO subsequent month. If your entire theories change into mistaken, nonetheless, do not feel disheartened, as a result of Kit Harington is aware of how you are feeling.

During an look on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jon Snow himself admitted that none of his guesses for the ultimate season hit the mark earlier than he truly learn the scripts.

“I had theories all along and all of them were wrong,” he mentioned. “They were all wrong and I’m quite glad I never told anyone my theories because they were all wrong.”

When requested if he might expose any of his faulty theories, Harington bought all tight-lipped. At the beginning of his interview, he mentioned that he cannot even lie as a result of all the pieces he says is then picked aside by the media, permitting folks to slim down the reality.

“It’s a minefield,” mentioned the actor.

Watch Harington’s full interview beneath:

Even Harington’s spouse, Rose Leslie (who performed the Wildling, Ygritte, on the present), hasn’t been in a position to guess correctly. The two made headlines lately when Harington mentioned she would not converse to him for 3 days after he spoiled the sequence finale. Leslie corrected him in a unique interview by clarifying that it was a spoiler for the Season 7 finale and that her refusal to talk to him did not truly final that lengthy.

“She’s doing her own press at the moment [and] she she keeps contradicting everything I say,” Harington mentioned with a smile on Colbert. “She has guessed every single possible outcome [for Season 8], bar the one that actually happens.”

Colbert closed out the phase by posing his personal theories to Harington whereas the digital camera centered in on the actor for his reactions. The host’s guesses have been primarily jokes, drawing comparability’s to the sequence finale of The Sopranos and questioning whether or not or not Tony Stark/Iron Man would possibly make an look.

Game of Thrones Season Eight premieres on HBO Sunday, April 14. The full trailer for the upcoming six episodes was launched yesterday, inflicting the Internet to lose its collective thoughts.


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