As Game of Thrones prepares to enter its sixth season, many fans are mourning the loss of Jon Snow (Kit Harington). Although some are still holding on to the idea that Snow may come back from the dead, others are dealing with the loss of their favorite character by paying tribute to him.
In particular, one young filmmaker, named Emri, recently posted a video tribute to Snow on YouTube. The video depicts the entire history of Snow, from his archery lessons with Bran to his tragic betrayal at the end of Season 5.
The tribute video ends with something Samwell Tarly said on the show, “I’ve been worrying about Jon for years. He always comes back.”
Despite his apparent death at the end of Season 5, many fans believe that Snow will be resurrected in the new season. To reinforce this notion, Harington was recently spotted in Belfast, where producers are currently filming for the new season. However, nothing official regarding why Harington was in Belfast has been released, so it still isn’t known if his character will be revived at some point in Season 6.
Meanwhile, other cast members are already gearing up their roles in the upcoming season. With that in mind, Emilia Clarke, who plays Daenerys Targaryen in the hit fantasy drama, recently shared some images of her wig for Season 6 on Instagram. The images have received a lot of attention in the social media sphere and have managed to generate even more excitement about the new season.
At the same time, according to the International Business Times, a lot of the cast members on the show have been seen out and about in Belfast. In fact, pictures of the crew setting up for production were recently uploaded on Diaride-Girona. The photos of the crew appear after it was made known that producers are looking for extras for scenes that are scheduled to be filmed from September 9 through September 11 in Girona.
Although it is known that the Baths at King Ferdinand Street will be included in the new season, it is unclear what other locations in Girona will be made suitable for filming. Other possibilities include Braavos and King’s Landing. At the same time, it has been confirmed that Northern Ireland’s Shane Castle will be featured once again in the series.
The sixth season of Game of Thrones is expected to hit televisions around April of 2016.
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