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EntertainmentKit Harington: Why the next Game of Thrones episode is 'one of my favorites'

19:26  02 may  2019
19:26  02 may  2019 Source:   ew.com

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Kit Harington : Why the next Game of Thrones episode is ' one of my favorites '. By James Hibberd. May 02, 2019 at 11:29 AM EDT. “ One of my favorite episodes is 4 because the characters have seemingly got what they needed,” Harington says of the roughly 20 main characters still gathered at

Game of Thrones star Kit Harington says there are some good reasons to be excited for the mysterious fourth episode of the final season. “ One of my favorite episodes is 4 because the characters have seemingly got what they needed,” Harington says of the roughly 20 main characters

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Game of Thrones star Kit Harington says there are some good reasons to be excited for the mysterious fourth episode of the final season.

The Jon Snow actor told EW that this Sunday’s episode depicting the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell and the defeat of the Night King is one of his favorites.

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Kit Harington is giving Game of Thrones fans solace following the intense Battle of Winterfell in “The Long Night.” One of my favorite episodes is 4 because the characters have seemingly got what they needed. The world is safe now. They’re celebrating and saying goodbye to lost friends.

Game of Thrones star Kit Harington says the fourth episode of the eighth and final season of the HBO series is one of his personal favourites . “ One of my favourite episodes is four because the characters have seemingly got what they needed. “( The next episodes ) are going to be mental.

“One of my favorite episodes is 4 because the characters have seemingly got what they needed,” Harington says of the roughly 20 main characters still gathered at Winterfell. “The world is safe now. They’re celebrating and saying goodbye to lost friends. But as an audience you’re going, ‘This is only episode 4, something’s going to happen.’ And that’s the cool thing because I think the characters are aware of this as well. There’s something twisted and uncomfortable about it. It’s so Shakespearian.”

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And Harington went on to say that another surprising moment for him was discovering that Arya would be the one to kill the Night King — and he was actually "pissed Harington also revealed that while the final season had shocked him, he was ultimately happy with the ending his character was given.

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The approximately 80-minute episode is the final entry of the series directed by Emmy-winner David Nutter, who previously helmed the first two episodes of season 8 (as well as stand-out hours like “The Rains of Castamere”). The episode follows Sunday’s epic battle episode, titled “The Long Night,” which broke ratings HBO records by racking up 17.8 million overnight viewers — the year’s most-watched episode of scripted television.

Regarding the battle, Harington noted that while he was happy Jon learned how to ride one of Dany’s dragon, that in some ways he wanted to be on the ground with the rest of his castmates — despite the rainy, freezing night shoots — rather than cooped up in a studio.

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“I was slightly pissed off I was on a dragon, it stops me from fighting in a crowd,” Harington says. “It’s going to look cool but I wanted, in some ways — just as Jon does — to get back down on the ground. The fact he can fly a dragon means he has to but his place is down there amongst the sword swingers. But that whole episode should be mesmerizing.”

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In the episode 4 preview footage, the focus of the Winterfell heroes shifts as Daenerys Targaryen plots to seize the Iron Throne from Cersei Lannister. There are also eight photos which show a mass funeral at Winterfell.

Here’s the promo for episode 4:

More “The Long Night’ coverage:

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The Jon Snow actor told EW that this Sunday’s episode depicting the aftermath of the Battle of Winterfell and the defeat of the Night King is one of his favorites.

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“One of my favorite episodes is 4 because the characters have seemingly got what they needed,” Harington says of the roughly 20 main characters still gathered at Winterfell. “The world is safe now. They’re celebrating and saying goodbye to lost friends. But as an audience you’re going, ‘This is only episode 4, something’s going to happen.’ And that’s the cool thing because I think the characters are aware of this as well. There’s something twisted and uncomfortable about it. It’s so Shakespearian.”

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The approximately 80-minute episode is the final entry of the series directed by Emmy-winner David Nutter, who previously helmed the first two episodes of season 8 (as well as stand-out hours like “The Rains of Castamere”). The episode follows Sunday’s epic battle episode, titled “The Long Night,” which broke ratings HBO records by racking up 17.8 million overnight viewers — the year’s most-watched episode of scripted television.

Regarding the battle, Harington noted that while he was happy Jon learned how to ride one of Dany’s dragon, that in some ways he wanted to be on the ground with the rest of his castmates — despite the rainy, freezing night shoots — rather than cooped up in a studio.

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“I was slightly pissed off I was on a dragon, it stops me from fighting in a crowd,” Harington says. “It’s going to look cool but I wanted, in some ways — just as Jon does — to get back down on the ground. The fact he can fly a dragon means he has to but his place is down there amongst the sword swingers. But that whole episode should be mesmerizing.”

In the episode 4 preview footage, the focus of the Winterfell heroes shifts as Daenerys Targaryen plots to seize the Iron Throne from Cersei Lannister. There are also eight photos which show a mass funeral at Winterfell.

Here’s the promo for episode 4:

More “The Long Night’ coverage:

  • Melisandre actress on her battle heroism and fate
  • Maisie Williams on that Winterfell battle’s surprise ending
  • Lyanna Mormont actress Bella Ramsey discusses her Winterfell battle fate
  • Why Winterfell battle didn’t have ice spiders
  • Ser Jorah actor Iain Glen breaks silence on that heartbreaking battle
  • Recap of Winterfell battle: A dark epic bloodbath
  • Game of Thrones director discusses the super-sized Battle of Winterfell

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How ‘Game of Thrones’ Failed Fantasy.
When I started reading George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels, it was the late 1990s and obsessing over fantasy novels was (if painful memory serves) a super-nerdy thing to do. Now that geek culture has carried all before it, the fantasy genre will probably never again be quite as uncool as it was in my youth — but with the end of “Game of Thrones” as a TV phenomenon, it’s also unlikely to remain this chic for long.

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