Jon Snow is not dead. At least, he won’t technically stay that way. You know it, we know it, and Game of Thrones can withhold all the Season 6 screeners they like - we know there’s more story to tell. Poor Kit Harington has had to duck the question for months, but a new interview sees the erstwhile Jon Snow at least admit he’s shot scenes … with one small caveat.
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The Season 6 fate of Game of Thrones’ Jon Snow has proven both the TV industry’s best, and worst-kept secret, subject to speculation and fan sleuthing at every turn, and HBO refuses to risk any official leaks. In an unprecedented move, perhaps owing to last year’s pirated episodes, HBO will withhold any Game of Thrones Season 6 press screeners ahead of the premiere.
They warned us we’d be teased, and Game of Thrones Season 6 wasn’t kidding around. The first footage teaser for the new 2016 season has arrived with HBO’s Vinyl, bringing back some majorly familiar faces, but has the big Jon Snow question finally been answered at last?
We’re only a few months out from Game of Thrones Season 6, close enough that HBO has dropped numerous teasers and even a few scraps of footage, but still keeps deadly silent on the fate of Jon Snow. Poor Kit Harington can’t even acknowledge what we’ve all confirmed at this point either, insisting Jon Snow is dead, and “everyone has to get used to it.”
Did you think Game of Thrones would let us off the hook with just a Jon Snow-baiting Season 6 poster? Welcome to Game of Trolls, as our first official teaser trailer for Season 6 hints that our beloved ex-Lord Commander may yet Warg with his brother Bran!
Game of Thrones has had a rough go of keeping Jon Snow's Season 6 status under wraps, admittedly putting up a better fight than some, but at long last, the ex-Lord Commander is risen. Game of Thrones has officially confirmed Jon Snow's return by a surprising new poster, along with an April premiere!
Television characters are killed off shows all the time, but what happens when it turns into a gimmick or trick that incites denial? Where is the weight in losing a character only to believe they’re alive or resurrected? Whether or not you’re an active TV watcher, one look at social media over the past several months will reveal just how much of a trend major TV deaths have become this year. Here’s where I’ll warn you: If you haven’t caught up on Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead or The Leftovers, I strongly advise you to stop reading now.
It’s hard to believe that Game of Thrones Season 6 remains in production, given all we’ve heard and seen over the last few months, but even with some major surprises taken as a given, the 2016 run may blow our minds yet. A new set report teases an impressive four-way meeting in a major locale, and there may be a giant in our midsts as well.
You may not be familiar with the work of Xavier Dolan, the visionary French filmmaker who has already made five great films at the young age of 26, and recently directed the gorgeous video for Adele’s “Hello.” Dolan has two more films on the way, one of which will mark his english-language debut, and he’s collected quite an impressive cast — including Jessica Chastain and Game of Thrones star Kit Harington.
Production on Game of Thrones Season 6 has come under more scrutiny than ever, to the point that fans looking for news of Jon Snow may well know the entire arc through the ninth episode. That spoiler train keeps on rolling, as a major sequence from Season 6 may put two long-separated characters back together, and kill off two more.