Kit Harington giving a little dance performance at Comic-Con 2014
Kit attends the “Great Britain” play opening night at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London [26.09.2014]
He looks like a school teacher. I like it.
It’s a day after he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and participated in a running Kimmel gag where stars record readings of hate tweets. “They’re pretty funny,” says Harington later in the afternoon, slipping into a mock dramatic accent. “‘Harington looks like a wet puppy 100 percent of the time.’” He clears his throat. “‘Kit Harington always looks as if he doesn’t know where he is.’” He takes a gulp of his white-wine spritzer and smiles with non-Westeros white teeth. "Fair enough." (x)
"I’m a bit of a slave to technology. I always have my iPad and my laptop. Other than that, I have a few kind of lucky mascots. I’ve got a lucky pen—it’s one I’ve had since I was a kid, and I carry it everywhere. And I haven’t lost it yet, I’ve lost everything else. I’m kind of OCD, actually. Every time I get on a plane I have to touch the outside of the plane three times before I get in.”
Kit Harington: The Summary (inspo: x)
"There’s a speech near the top [of Season 4] that Jon makes that is all about having been away and how it all feels like a dream, and I think that’s how it felt for me, really. I had come back after two years away filming different bits to the original set that we were on in season one, and it felt very interesting. So much has changed in me, and so much has changed in him over that time."
When I was about fourteen I saw Waiting for Godot and I absolutely adored it. I thought it was the best thing since sliced bread and it made me pick up drama. The other one was Hamlet which I saw when I was seventeen, and made me want to go to drama school. That was Ben Wishaw playing Hamlet, and he was just mesmerizing. He is the only person that has ever made me tongue-tied when I met him. I didn’t know what to say and went very red around the face and sort of had to walk off. He is a hero of mine. (x)