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Natalie Dormer Gives Us Hope For Jon Snow's Return

Roxanne Powell | PopWrapped Author

Roxanne Powell

Staff Writer
01/10/2016 1:04 pm
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The last we saw of our beloved Stark bastard and Commander of the Night's Watch, Jon Snow, he was being run through with every sword of his Brothers on the Wall. We saw him become the pin cushion of the Wall, left to bleed out on the snowy ground of Castle Black.

It made us all cry and scream with rage, even if we've already read the books.

While we're devastated GRR Martin has pushed back the release date of his most recent installment of the famed saga, Natalie Dormer, who plays Queen Margeery Tyrell, opened up about Jon Snow's fate on set with Jimmy Kimmel.

It's no secret Kimmel is a hardcore Game of Thrones fan and not at all okay with the way we (and the showrunners) left the black sheep of the Stark clan.

I mean, he's kind of the oldest Stark male still alive. Thankfully, we have Bran, Sansa, and Arya still standing. Unfortunately, each of the other Starks have their own barrel of problems all over the Seven Kingdoms.

In the not-so-subtle fanboy interview, Kimmel got Dormer to admit Jon's condition. Dormer basically admits that Kit Harington will return -- a fact that has been all but confirmed by HBO's promotional poster and 40-second trailer made up of mostly all Jon Snow scenes.

This news goes directly against what Maisie Williams (Arya Stark) told Christian O'Connell on his Absolute Radio breakfast show last October.

"All the time people are asking me if Jon Snow is alive and the answer is no! He's dead! I promise."

But, since then, Harington has been seen filming on GOT sets in Belfast, lending more credence to his character's return. Although, according to CinemaBlend, Harington cut his hair after the end of Season 5. His hair was written into his contract as something he could not change as long as he played Jon Snow.

But, if Natalie Dormer says otherwise -- that Jon Snow will return -- we must keep our hope alive.

Who are we to deny the word of our Queen?


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