‘Game Of Thrones’ Cast Answer The Burning Question, Is Jon Snow Really Dead? Highlight Hollywood News

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Game of Thrones fans have been asking since last June, a very important question.   “Is Jon Snow really dead?” As hard as it’s been for us as fans, imagine how difficult it must be for the cast of the show, who have to field questions from viewers about Jon everywhere they go, from red carpets to phone interviews, to hell, the grocery store.
Entertainment Weekly has another video for us, as part of their season 6 special issue coverage, addressing the fate of Jon Snow and how the cast handles that question. In addition to the leading actresses (Sophie Turner, Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams, Gwendoline Christie, Emilia Clarke, and Ljon-snow-got-poster-toutena Headey) featured in the video, EW spoke with several other cast members.
Hodor portrayer Kristian Nairn says, “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.”
Meanwhile, Jaime Lannister’s Nikolaj Coster-Waldau seems unbothered by the question. “I say, ‘He’s dead.’ It’s not hard — because he’s dead.”
Media-darling, Liam Cunningham is sharp as a tack, “I say, ‘Yeah, he’s dead, he’s f–king dead.’ And people get angry about it!”
Alfie Allen is more philosophical in his response to EW, saying, “He lives on — not physically.”
In addition to the video, Lena Headey says, “‘If I told you, I’d have to kill you.’ Or I just laugh.” As she notes in the video, her nanny has been especially persistent with questions about Jon’s fate.  Headey says, “I can’t wait for season 6 to come out so I can actually have a rest.”
Game of Thrones returns for Season 6 on Sunday, April 24.  Winter is Coming
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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