“Game of Thrones” has become a TV industry giant capable of holding its own against the biggest Hollywood film franchises and proving to be an unparalleled force of nature in pop culture.
“Game of Thrones” is now an integral part of the comic con for several years.
Still, spoiler warning, just in case! Could this be final confirmed that Jon Snow is gone for good?
“There’s one thing that Sansa still is, despite what happened to her, which is strong“, Turner said. She’s been kind of just getting by without doing anything totally radical that could change her situation. Fans immediately began speculating that she could bring him back to life. “She’s one of those characters that does her scheming in her mind rather than outwardly”. “Game Of Thrones” season six starts shooting this summer and presumably returns next spring. You get to do a bit on The Colbert Report.
Another fan asked the panel who among them is going to miss Kit Harrington, the actor playing Jon Snow, the most. He shared being with U.S. President Barack Obama a couple weeks ago and being asked by the head of state if Kit Harington’s character had truly been killed off. He put his hand on my shoulder and said, ‘You didn’t kill Jon Snow, did you?’ I said, ‘Mr.
Showrunners David Benioff, D.B. Weiss were not present.
“We’ve always tried to maintain a level of surprise for people who watch the show”, said “Game of Thrones” producer Carolyn Strauss.
He wasn’t at the Comic-Con panel, however. Well, that’s exactly what “Game Of Thrones” director David Nutter told President Obama, and our Commander-in-chief wasn’t happy about it. We can not blame you, but you also have to be well aware of the fact that you will be waiting for quite a long time to actually watch it!
The stars of the hit show were at the event to promote the upcoming season of the show but revealed that none of their characters are safe when it comes to the show’s intricate story lines.
Based on a previous release cycles, new seasons tend to debut in April. Naturally, this information is purely speculative.