Kit Harington Cried Reading the Last 'Game of Thrones' Script

"School, drama school, anything", he continued. "Not only you're so attached to it, loads of people around the world are attached to it".

He called the final season storyline "poetic" and added, "I think what we used to call Episode 9 in Game of Thrones folklore - the episode when everything comes to a head and you get a lot of spectacular sequences - I think you're gonna get six "Episode 9s" this year".

Harington also spoke about the tight veil of secrecy that surrounds the show. It's on lockdown!' he said.

Winter is coming to Westeros, and we're not ready to say goodbye.

He had been going to a "bad taste" themed party with Rose and had been offered the costume in a fancy dress shop by the retail worker who didn't recognise him. For eight years-almost a decade!-we've been following the clashing kingdoms of Westeros, worshipping Khaleesi's relentless queenly fierceness (and icy winter fashion, and platinum waves), and falling a tiny bit in love with IKEA-rug-wearing Jon Snow, played by Kit Harington. "You should do it"'.

Speaking on The One Show yesterday, the 30-year-old actor revealed that he was reduced to tears at a read-through for the final episode of HBO's hit fantasy series. The lovebirds announced their engagement in newspaper The Times last month.

"I rang [the producers] up and I said, 'I'm getting married and it's your fault, actually", he said in an interview with Jonathan Ross in the UK.

We're (basically) forever away from the finale of Game of Thrones, but honestly?

Guy Fawkes was the tip of the iceberg and little is known about the lead up to the night of November 5, or what happened after it. Gunpowder dramatises the whole story, to try to understand what pushes people to do horribly violent things, telling a story from both sides.

Harington is due to start filming his scenes for the final series in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

"No. There is absolutely no chance of me convincing her of that".

  • Jacqueline Ellis