Fans of ‘Game of Thrones’ thought they’d stumbled across some epic news when creator George R.R. Martin allegedly confirmed there will be a film of the HBO fantasy series. George R.R. Martin has explained that the quotes are indeed false and that there are NO plans for a movie once the show finishes. Martin took to his personal live journal to debunked the lie: “Yes, completely false.
The desperate hope that Jon Snow isn't really dead, shared by many Game of Thrones fans across the world, was just given a new spark of life on Tuesday. Watchers on the Wall, a fan site dedicated to the inner workings of the HBO fantasy epic, posted a photo of actor Kit Harington rocking his character's long locks while walking through the airport in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where GoT is shooting. Kit Harington is in Belfast AGAIN; plus, Irish actor joins Game of Thrones http://t.co/Ka389PuBzg #gameofthrones pic.twitter.com/J9snWHg4bB— Watchers on the Wall (@WatchersOTWall) July 21, 2015 While Harington's involvement hasn't been officially announced, it's becoming more and more obvious that he may be reprising his role as Jon Snow, but in what capacity is still to be seen. PHOTOS: 'Game of Thrones' Cast: On Screen vs. Real Life The GoT cast and creators skirted around the issue of Jon Snow's death during a panel discussion at Comic-Con earlier this month, making jokes about the character's death when asked about it during the audience Q&A. The creators have been very vocal, stressing that the death was real and permanent. However, it's possible that they’re trying to keep the truth under wraps, or that the character might come back as a wight, one of the reanimated corpses controlled by the ancient, villainous White Walkers. WATCH: Emilia Clarke Plays 'Shag, Marry,Kill' With 'Game of Thrones' Characters