Kit Harington cried while he read 'Game of Thrones' final script

Peter Castro
October 24, 2017

One viewer labelled an execution scene in Gunpowder "grotesque and completely unnecessary", while another called it "one of the most painful things I've ever witnessed on TV".

"But I cried at the end". According to Cosmopolitan, Harington confessed that it was a more meaningful institution than any other drama school. "I think, no one really cares about [Game of Thrones] more than us". He also said that it will be a odd year saying goodbye to the cast and having last scenes with specific characters.

With "Game of Thrones" ending, the British actor is looking forward to marry former co-star Rose Leslie as two got engaged in September. "We had the read-through last week, so I know everything", he told "The One Show" this week. He pointed out that not only is he attached to the show, a lot of people around the world are attached to it as well. Meanwhile, watch Kit Harington being interviewed about the Season 8 finale below.

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"Just because he knows the long-awaited outcome, don't expect any spoilers before the final season airs next year: "[I was told] 'Don't tell them you're filming.

And it turns out Jon Snow no longer knows nothing. The programme revolves around the story of the gunpowder plot in 1605, an era when criminals were punished in the most extreme and violet ways. And he has been sworn to secrecy by the show's producers. The members are not even allowed to take pictures on the set. It is scheduled to take place during the filming of "Game of Thrones" season 8.

For Game of Thrones fans, anticipation over the impending eighth and final season is enough to turn stomachs into knots.

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