Jon Snow’s Death, Answered by these Game Of Thrones Ensemble Cast

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Professionalism is what and how was observed among all the cast and the crew members of the Game of Thrones, as last year after the Season 5 came to an end a lot of outrage on social media burst out among the fans and the followers of the HBO’s epic drama series. It was because the finale episode left the audiences worldwide to such an end to the 5th season which nobody would have ever expected, it can be called as the biggest shock in the entire Game of Thrones history, the death of Jon Snow.

Well this resulted in months of debates, discussion, theories surrounding how Kit Harington’s character is not dead yet and he would be back in the upcoming Game Of Thrones Season 6. Well initially Kit Harington wasn’t there around to answer the question but other cast members definitely were and it were them who in almost every were, in all of the little tally talks, conversation and media interview where they were precisely asked atleast a question about Jon Snow’s fate, which initially were avoided. But thinking logically it is quite frustrating too for them to answer the same questions again n again. Infact finally Kit Harington himself confirmed that he is dead, still a lot of people do not believe and kept the thing going on for as far as it can only be revealed in the upcoming Season 6.

So to this the Entertainment Weekly this week came up with a latest video part of their Game Of Thrones Season 6 special coverage which is in regards with the “Fate Of Jon Snow” and bring some of the cast members and their reactions towards those multiple times asked questions about Jon Snow and weather he is dead or not:

Well as we entered the year 2016 the makers began promoting the upcoming season 6 with great enthusiasm and in almost every of the promotional trailer, teaser and the poster, where in a clear notion of him being dead can be specify but instead all of this was taken in the other way and still when the questions regarding the characters were asked to the cast, some of these actors were the once who handled the question in these manners:

  • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Jaime Lannister): “I say, ‘He’s dead.’ It’s not hard — because he’s dead.”
  • Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen): “It’s frustrating. People want him to be alive so much, you could just exhale and they’ll find a way to say, ‘That means Jon Snow’s alive.’”
  • Lena Headey (Cersei Lannister): “‘If I told you, I’d have to kill you.’ Or I just laugh.”
  • Conleth Hill (Varys): “You saw him die, so why you asking me?”
  • Gwendoline Christie (Brienne Of Tarth): “I only read my bits in the script, so I wouldn’t know.”
  • Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth): “I say, ‘Yeah, he’s dead, he’s f–king dead.’ And people get angry about it”
  • Alfie Allen (Theon Greyjoy): “He lives on — not physically.”
  • Kristian Nairn (Hodor): “If I had one dollar for every time I’d been asked that question in the last year, I would be a very rich person.”

Still even after getting being told 10th of hundred times, nobody would except it that easily and all that can be done is wait for the upcoming Game Of Thrones Season 6 to arrive on television on April 24th, 2016 only on HBO Networks.

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