Cape Town – Since the nail-biting finale of Game of Thrones season 5 fans have been looking for signs (and creating theories) that Jon Snow, played by Kit Harington, is not dead.
So far, according to the fans, these are the reasons that he might in fact be back: Firstly, he was not part of the Comic-Con Panel. There’s a tradition that characters who were killed off still make an appearance at the panel.
And secondly, he is still sporting his curly locks. Kit has a clause in his contract that he is not allowed to cut his hair.
But while that has merely been speculation, fans now have concrete proof (or do they really?!)
Kit has been spotted in Belfast again, where the cast has currently begun filming season 6.
Check out the fan picture here:
Kit Harington is in Belfast AGAIN; plus, Irish actor joins Game of Thrones http://t.co/Ka389PuBzg #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/J9snWHg4bB— Watchers on the Wall (@WatchersOTWall) July 21, 2015
Kit Harington is in Belfast AGAIN; plus, Irish actor joins Game of Thrones http://t.co/Ka389PuBzg #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/J9snWHg4bB
Emilia Clarke recently posted this picture confirming that season 6 has begun filming.
Well look who I ran into at a certain airport ready for a certain read through..?! @nathalieemmanuel #seasonsixiscoming #buckleupkids #dragonglidingA photo posted by @emilia_clarke on Jul 18, 2015 at 11:34am PDT
Well look who I ran into at a certain airport ready for a certain read through..?! @nathalieemmanuel #seasonsixiscoming #buckleupkids #dragongliding
A photo posted by @emilia_clarke on Jul 18, 2015 at 11:34am PDT
While the cast and writers remain tight-lipped, we can only hope that the Lord Commander will return for season 6!
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