Kit Harington Winks Away Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ Rumors

Kit Harington Winks Away Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ Rumors

Kit Harington Winks Away Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Game Of Thrones’ Rumors

His wink-blinks were hilarious, indeed!

The man who's portrayed Jon Snow on the hit series since the beginning admitted that there is one phrase that has haunted him since it was first uttered on the show.

That means that when they're out they always have it shouted at them.

Harington's co-star Maisie Williams made waves just days ago when she apparently let slip a major spoiler for the final season when she told Jimmy Fallon that her character Arya Stark would die in the second episode.

Harington didn't wear his actual costume from the show, either.

Kit posed on the red carpet with his spouse and former co-star, Rose Leslie, where Emilia Clarke was also in attendance.

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Fallon showed Harington photos and quizzed him on what was happening, and asked him to confirm spoilers from the trailers released by HBO. That is true, and it was for Leslie's 30th birthday, which took the form of a costume party with the theme "bad taste".

One thing we do know absolutely is that Harington is really going to miss portraying the King in the North. "I mean, she's such an awesome lady, and she was so strong, but she had real scares".

This time around, Fallon and Harington set up the gag with all the subtlety of a rampaging White Walker, belaboring a set-up that explained how Harington's inability to wink resulted in a facial tic that fell somewhere between a wink and a blink. So they just saw me dressed as my character from Game of Thrones. "It's like, 'You sad, sad man'". This means that all of his answers looked exactly the same.

During the interview segment, Jimmy tried to decode some Game of Thrones rumours surrounding our very own Jon Snow.

Game of Thrones season 8 returns April 14 on HBO in the United States, and the next day on Sky Atlantic in the UK.

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