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Posted Friday 9/21/18 at 1:26PM EDT
Kit Harington confirms theory of Jon Snow's post-resurrection hair on Game of Thrones
"They wanted me to look more like Ned Stark," Harington told Refinery29 at the Emmys when asked about Jon Snow's sudden preference for an updo hairstyle. "There's a real reason behind (my hairstyle)," he added, "to show how the story was evolving."
Posted Wednesday 9/12/18 at 11:54PM EDT
Kit Harington: "Not everyone's gonna be happy" with Game of Thrones' final season
Source: ET Canada
"I think a TV series that’s spanned eight, nine years is an incredibly difficult thing to end,” he tells MTV. “I think not everyone’s going to be happy, you know, and you can’t please everyone.”
Posted Monday 9/10/18 at 8:51PM EDT
Kit Harington explains why he hasn't chopped off his Game of Thrones hair
Source: Entertainment Weekly
“We just finished filming. You can’t tell because I look exactly the same,” the actor joked while promoting a movie at the Toronto International Film Festival. “They own me; they’ve just kept me like this."
Posted Friday 7/13/18 at 11:36PM EDT
Kit Harington has been "quite emotional" since wrapping Game of Thrones on July 5
"I've always enjoyed (the show's) success," he said in an interview this week on BBC2 Radio. "It's just been this amazing journey, and I said to them on my wrap speech that it's always been more than a job. It's like they were a family, and it was my life, and I've loved every minute. I've been quite emotional the last week, thinking about having finished it."
Posted Thursday 7/12/18 at 12:16PM EDT
Netflix ends HBO's 17-year streak of Emmy nomination dominance, Game of Thrones tops all shows
Source: The New York Times
This is the first time in 18 years that HBO has failed to lead all nominations, with Netflix earning 112 Emmy nominations to HBO's 108. The streaming service has been gradually growing with 34 nominations in 2015, 54 in 2016 and 91 last year. Game of Thrones led all shows with 22 Emmy nominations. Saturday Night Live and Westworld tied for second with 21 nominations each, followed by The Handmaid's Tale (20), The Assassination of Gianni Versace (18) and Atlanta (16). Game of Thrones, which wasn't eligible last year, will battle it out with last year's winner, The Handmaid's Tale. Meanwhile, the best actress in a comedy series will be up for grabs for the first time since 2011 since Julia Louis-Dreyfus wasn't eligible as Veep was on hiatus. Black-ish's Tracee Ellis-Ross, Insecure's Issa Rae and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's Rachel Brosnahan are among the contenders in the best comedy actress category.
- Read the complete list of Emmy nominations
- Jimmy Fallon and Seth Meyers were snubbed, while Stephen Colbert and James Corden were nominated (The Tonight Show wasn't nominated for best variety talk series a second year in a row)
- Roseanne, Modern Family and Will & Grace were snubbed for best comedy, Killing Eve was snubbed for best drama
- Roseanne did earn two Emmy nominations, including one for Laurie Metcalf
- "It worked": Megan Amram's An Emmy for Megan was nominated for an Emmy in short form comedy or drama series category
- Acting snubs: Kit Harington, John Goodman, Emilia Clarke, Kyle McLachlan, Alison Brie and Freddie Highmore
- The late Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown earned six Emmy nominations
- Amy Sedaris, Sarah Silverman and Tracey Ullman to take on SNL in outstanding variety sketch category
- Game of Thrones' Peter Dinklage becomes the most-nominated drama series supporting actor in Emmy history
- The Daily Show with Trevor Noah earned its first nomination for best variety talk series
- Killing Eve's Sandra Oh becomes the first person of Asian descent to be nominated for best actress in a drama
- Samantha Bee's C-word controversy didn't stop Full Frontal from getting nominated for best variety talk series
- The best Emmy nomination reactions: Lin-Manuel Miranda is "Pretty, pretty, pretty grateful" to be nominated for Curb Your Enthusiasm
- Twin Peaks: The Return was snubbed in the major categories, but it did receive nine nominations
- Modern Family ends streak after eight-straight nominations for best comedy: “It was a hell of a run," says co-creator Steve Levitan
- Chrissy Teigen: If John Legend wins for Jesus Christ Superstar Live, "he will complete his EGOT and my spike tv award will probably be moved"
- Viola Davis was snubbed for Hot to Get Away with Murder, but she was nominated for playing the same character on Scandal
- This Is Us fans aren't happy with Mandy Moore's snub
- Kenan Thompson was finally nominated for his SNL acting ability, joining Leslie Jones, Aidy Bryant, Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin
- Breaking down Game of Thrones' 22 nominations: Nikolaj Coster-Waldau scores his first nod
- Real Time with Bill Maher was snubbed for the first time since 2004 -- was Maher hurt by N-word and featuring right-wing trolls?
- These actors earned nominations for multiple show: Jane Lynch, Donald Glover, Alex Borstein, Jeff Daniels and Sterling K. Brown
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Posted Monday 6/25/18 at 6:21AM EDT
One obsessed Game of Thrones fan watched Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's wedding from a bush
Source: ET Canada
The Twitter user, who posted video from his vantage point, was alternately praised and called creepy for his efforts.
Posted Saturday 6/23/18 at 6:10PM EDT
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie tie the knot before their Game of Thrones co-stars
Source: E! Online
Check out a photo gallery from outside their wedding ceremony, which took place in a castle in Aberdeen, Scotland. The pair started dating in 2012 after meeting on the set of the HBO series.
Posted Friday 6/22/18 at 5:17PM EDT
Game of Thrones stars arrive in Scotland ahead of Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's wedding on Saturday
Co-creator Dan Weiss was spotted at the Aberdeen Airport with Peter Dinklage. Sophie Turner was also seen arriving. Harington and Leslie, who met on the Game of Thrones set, are scheduled to wed at a historic Scottish castle in Aberdeen.
Posted Tuesday 6/19/18 at 1:32PM EDT
Kit Harington is planning for a "short-short" haircut: "I’ll need to get rid of Jon Snow"
Source: Entertainment Weekly
“I’d like to step away and enjoy the obscurity, cut my hair, make myself less recognizable as the character, and go do and some other things with a completely new look and tone,” the Game of Thrones star tells EW of his plans when he's done with the HBO series. “Short-short. The beard will be harder to get rid of—I quite like the beard. I like having the long hair and beard both, but it will be like a ritualistic thing. I can’t go into my next role looking the same. This role was brilliant, but I’ll need to get rid of Jon Snow.”
Posted Monday 6/04/18 at 2:49PM EDT
Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa recreate Dirty Dancing at Game of Thrones wrap party
Source: TV Insider
“FYI … This is the closest you’ll ever get to me attempting ‘that lift’ from dirty dancing,” Clarke captioned an Instagram image of Momoa holding her up in front of an Iron Throne. Kit Harington was also photographed carrying Momoa, Dirty Dancing-style.
Posted Friday 5/25/18 at 7:45PM EDT
Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's wedding date is set for next month
Source: E! Online
The Game of Thrones co-stars are set to tie the knot at Leslie's father's castle on June 23.
Posted Wednesday 5/23/18 at 2:17PM EDT
Emilia Clarke: My final Game of Thrones scene "f*cked me up"
Source: E! Online
"It f*cked me up," she says in a Vanity Fair profile. "Knowing that is going to be a lasting flavor in someone's mouth of what Daenerys is…" Clarke also reveals in the profile that she kept a journal while filming and that she finds its "unnatural and strange" to do love scenes with Kit Harington.
Posted Monday 4/30/18 at 6:42AM EDT
Kit Harington and Rosie Leslie's wedding invitations were sent out with Jon Snow stamps
Source: The Daily Mail
The couple used the Royal Mail's Game of Thrones-themed stamps to send invitations to their 200 guests.
Posted Tuesday 4/24/18 at 1:57AM EDT
Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington to become the first Game of Thrones actors to compete in the lead acting categories
Game of Thrones actors have always submitted themselves for the Emmy supporting acting categories. Peter Dinklage, for instance, has been nominated for outstanding supporting actor six times, winning twice. But this year Game of Thrones actors are breaking out of the "supporting" categories. According to Gold Derby, Clarke and Harington will become the first Game of Thrones stars to compete for outstanding lead actress and actor, respectively.
Posted Monday 4/23/18 at 5:51AM EDT
Kit Harington says sexual harassment is "everywhere" in show business
“It’s upsetting and disturbing, but it’s not shocking,” the Game of Thrones star tells the Sydney Morning Herald. “I think most actors hear stories, and people in the industry hear stories. It’s just very hard for people to come out and talk about it. But the doors have been blown open a bit, and we can only be thankful for that.”