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Kit Harington Spoiled How Game of Thrones Season 8 Ends To Wife Rose Leslie: Did She Like it?

Kit Harington Spoiled How Game of Thrones Season 8 Ends To Wife Rose Leslie: Did She Like it?

There is still two months before the Game of Thrones season 8 releases. Its premiere date is April 14, 2019. When you are thinking to know the ending of the HBO’s blockbuster fantasy series, Kit Harington (who plays Jon Snow) has already spoiled it to his wife Rose Leslie.

Harington said that Leslie asked times and again, and when he told her about the climax, she didn’t talk to him for three days. He revealed this on a British radio station.

Leslie is also a Game of Thrones co-star who played Ygritte on the show for three seasons. Harington plays Snow who is one of the show’s principal characters. The duo tied the knot in July 2018.

Kit Harington Spoiled How Game of Thrones Season 8 Ends To Wife Rose Leslie: Did She Like it?

Kit Harington Spoiled How Game of Thrones Season 8 Ends To Wife Rose Leslie

Regarding how GoT season 8 ending, Harington also said that he can’t really answer if he is happy or not, but feels himself with what the showrunners did. Going on, he revealed that he won’t feel really satisfied until he sees it for himself.

Kit Harington is one of the few people on the Earth who knows the show’s ending. On this thing, he said that it’s quite nice walking around, which happens until when everybody else hasn’t seen it. He added that the ending is going to ground-breaking.

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It is interesting to know that Harington cried twice during the table read for the final season. The Game of Thrones season 8 will have a total of six episodes directed by David Nutter, Miguel Sapochnik, and showrunners David Benioff and DB Weiss.

As per the reports, the makers of The Last Jedi have given secrecy tips to the Game of Thrones producers on how not to reveal or get the plot details leaked before the actual release.

Earlier, the producers were planning to make three two-hour films instead of a regular series and episodes combination. Interestingly, the filming the biggest battle yet, between the living and the dead (White Walkers) took 11 weeks of night shoots and several other weeks of indoor shoots.

Regarding it, Peter Dinklage (who plays Tyrion Lannister) said that it makes The Battle of the Bastards look like a theme park.

In the final scenes, Maisie Willaims’s character Arya Stark will be left alone. According to her, she ended on the perfect scene and said Arya is always bloody alone. Williams told The Guardian that she knew the drill, had seen the tears and heard the speeches, and watched a lot of other people wrap.

Stay tuned with Game of Thrones spoilers for more updates.

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