Jon Snow Watch: 'Game of Thrones' Makes First Season 6 Casting Addition, Confirms Two Others Returning
In case you missed it over the weekend because you were busy enjoying AMERICA, Kit Harington was spotted at Wimbledon donning those long flowing locks again, igniting speculation online that he would return to the sixth season of Game of Thrones, despite having been stabbed multiple times at the end of the season and left for dead. It’s the latest log in the rumor fire, in addition to Emilia Clarke’s assertion that there’s a 50 percent chance he’d return and the apparent spotting of Kit Harington recently in Belfast, where Game of Thrones films.
Maybe those knives were, uh, filled with buckshot used by police in riots.
Meanwhile, though their roles weren’t as large in George R.R. Martin’s books as they are on the series, Jerome Flynn (Bronn) and Tom Wlaschiha (Jaqen H’ghar) will be returning to season six, according to Winter Is Coming. That is not much of a surprise.
Finally, this guy has been added to the sixth season cast of Game of Thrones.
His name is Sam Coleman, and his role is currently being kept under wraps. If I had to guess, though, I’d say he was playing a young Hodor in a GoT flashback. (Is that mean? I hope it didn’t sound mean).