Hard to imagine Kit Harington (Jon Snow) without his signature locks and beard.
Remember the frenzy that was #HairWatch, when we were all scouring the internet daily to see if Kit Harington had cut his hair after Season 5 because it would have meant Jon Snow was no more? Well, welcome to #HairWatch2, because although a haircut wouldn’t mean anything this time around, Harington still hasn’t lost his signature look — and Season 8 filming wrapped two months ago. So what gives?
Pac-12 Bowl Primer: Washington returns to Rose Bowl and Herm Edwards takes ASU bowling
Friday December 14, 2018
The Pac-12 had a bowl season to forget last season, but the conference of champions has some good matchups to look forward to in an attempt to redeem itself a bit this bowl season. Although the Pac-12 is once again left without a team in the College Football Playoff and has just one representative in […]
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According to Entertainment Weekly, there’s no big mystery to it: the King in the North is still obliged to maintain his long hair in case re-shoots are required for the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones
“We just finished filming. You can’t tell because I look exactly the same,” Harington recently joked at the Toronto International Film Festival, where he was promoting his new film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan. “They [HBO] own me.”
And as for Harington’s views on the series ending? He hopes fans will be happy, but he knows that might not be possible.
A series that’s spanned “eight or nine years will be incredibly difficult to end,” he told MTV News, and “I don’t think everyone’s going to be happy. You can’t please everyone.” He compared it to how some of his own favorite shows — The Sopranos, Breaking Bad and The Wire — ended in ways that left viewers “never completely satisfied,” although he assured us that Thrones will not end in a diner as “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” plays in the background.
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The Los Angeles Chargers are going to the playoffs, and even have a shot to win the AFC West after a remarkable comeback effort to take down the Kansas City Chiefs 29-28 on Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium. Los Angeles trailed 28-14 when Justin Jackson finished off an 11-play, 74-yard drive on this three-yard touchdown […]
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