With prolongation at the half-wait indicate on the eighth and final deteriorate of Game Of Thrones (Vanity Fair just published a piece this week about the prolongation on the finalseason), the expel and organisation are doing the media rounds, deliberating all sorts of things, from where the shows been to where its headed now — the finale (the best of these interviews is a extensive lay down with Sophie Turner — the singer who plays Sansa Stark).
In one of these interviews, Kit Harington (AKA Jon Snow AKA King in the North AKA Lord Comannder AKA The Prince Who Was Promised AKA Azor Ahai) Harington overwhelmed on all sorts of topics, such as how he deals with his Thrones-level fame, his greeting to the deteriorate 8 script, and even an secret part of GoT that only the show’s creators have seen.
In the interview, Harington talks about a Game of Thrones part which the open has never seen since it was never aired or released.
According to Kit, this never-before-seen part is actually the very first commander filmed. Harington admits that while there were “a lot of problems with the episode”, he also admits that he’s never actually seen the part himself.
via The Guardian:
Game of Thrones’ first incarnation wasn’t promising, however, and the commander incited out to be a dud. “They done a lot of mistakes. It didn’t demeanour right, didn’t feel right, had zero opposite about it.” In it, the nascent Jon Snow was wearing a wig, was smooth and done use of the baby face Harington hides under his beard. He claims that frequency anyone has seen that pilot, not even him, but that the show’s creators, DB Weiss and David Benioff, have a duplicate they use to keep him in line. “They say, if we ever piss them off too much, they’ll recover it on YouTube. Every now and then, they send me a screengrab, just as a threat.”
Production on Game Of Thrones season 8 has began in Oct and is set to hang up in the summer. The final deteriorate of the large HBO hit is approaching to premiere in 2019. The final deteriorate will include of 6 episodes, any approaching to be longer than 80-90 minutes.