Actor Kit Harington thinks it will likely be “laborious” to observe the ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel as a result of he nonetheless feels so connected to the fantasy world.
The 34-year-old actor grew to become a family title enjoying Jon Snow within the drama collection and he nonetheless feels an enormous “emotional connection” to the fantasy world, so he stated he’s anticipating it to be emotional when he tunes in to observe ‘Home of the Dragon’ when it hits screens subsequent 12 months.
When Kit Harington was requested how he is feeling about watching the prequel, he stated: “Are you aware what, most likely various feelings, stories selection.com.
“I am wanting ahead to it. It is my good pal Miguel (Sapochnik) who’s show-running it, I’ve received a pal Matt (Smith) in it, so I am wanting ahead to it however it’s gonna be laborious. I’ve received an enormous emotional connection to that piece, to that story, to that world.” Kit Harington stated.
Harington can be seen subsequent in ‘Eternals’, by which he has reunited along with his ‘Game of Thrones’ on-screen brother, Richard Madden, and he quipped his pal was shocked to see him the primary time he walked on set.
Talking to Jamie Theakston and Amanda Holden on Coronary heart Breakfast, he stated: “Yeah he cannot eliminate me. He could not imagine it once I turned up on set. He was like ‘What the hell are you doing right here?'”
In the meantime, Kit Harington, who frolicked in rehab after ‘Game of Thrones’ ended, welcomed a son with spouse Rose Leslie in February and lately stated he has by no means been happier.
He stated: “I’ve a toddler and my relationship is good, I am a really, very glad, content material, sober man.”
Nonetheless, Kit Harington stated he’s exhausted as he has taken over parenting obligations whereas Rose is filming a brand new undertaking in New York.
He stated: “Like, truthfully, my again is wrecked. I’m going to the health club fairly a bit, however there’s one thing about having a toddler that’s the most bodily draining factor. I do not know the way (single dad and mom) do it.
“As a result of it is extra exhausting than the whole lot I did on ‘Game of Thrones’.”