Game of Thrones ended with a plot twist, and the ending was not happy for Jon Snow revealed Kit Harington.
The ending of the popular fictional series, Game of Thrones wasn’t very much liked by the majority of its fans. And it looks like even the actor who played one of the lead roles in the series is too unhappy about the ending.
In a very recent interview, Kit Harington, the actor known for playing Jon Snow in Game of Thrones shared his opinion that Jon is “not okay” because he has to deal with a lot of trauma because of the series. Read the article further to know more about everything that Harington said at the event.
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Kit Harington Shared His Opinion on Jon Snow
An event was held for the Jon Snow “Game of Thrones” sequel that the production team is planning to release. Kit Harington also appeared there.
There, Harington shared what might have gone through Jon Snow’s mind after the controversial ending of Game of Thrones. Harington shared the plot of Jon being banished to the Wall after he killed Daenerys, the character played by Emilia Clarke.
Kit said, “I think if you asked him, he would’ve felt he got off lightly.
Harington added, “He’s gotta go back up to the place with all this history and live out his life thinking about how he killed Dany, and live out his life thinking about Ygritte [Rose Leslie] dying in his arms. Thinking about how he hung Olly and lived out his life thinking about all of this trauma and that’s interesting.”
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About the Upcoming Series Jon Snow
The makers of GOT have been planning to make a series that will be totally based on Jon Snow as the lead character. In June this year, the author of Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin wrote a blog post in which he mentioned the series for the very first time.
However, in a mischievously weird happening, Kit Harington, who played Jon Snow in the original GOT didn’t acknowledge a sequel series during the HBO’s series convention in LA.