Game Of Thrones: Maisie Williams Doesn’t Think Jon Snow Will Come Back
“Game of Thrones’” Maisie Williams thinks that Jon Snow will not make a return.
Following her real-time reaction to the death of her on-screen brother and Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch Jon Snow, Williams shattered fans’ hopes by saying she didn’t believe he would make it alive after being stabbed and killed in the season 5 finale.
She said, “I think people are trying to be very positive about this, like, ‘It’s fine. He’s coming back. He’s totally coming back, right? He’s going to come back?’ I’m like, ‘I don’t think so. I’m very sorry!’ I don’t know, maybe he wanted to keep the hair in the end,” as reported by E! Online.
Williams’ sentiments echo with what Kit Harrington, who played Snow, had said, “I’m dead. I’m not coming back next season. So that’s all I can tell you, really,”
In an interview with People Now, Williams said, “We saw him get stabbed a lot in the chest, I think that’s pretty clear people are really hurt by it, but that’s what this show does. If you haven’t learned that by now, well, I can’t help you.”
Williams was also questioned about Arya in the interview. When asked if she will remain blind in season 6, she replied, “I haven’t got the new scripts yet,” before adding, “I’m guessing that she’s still blind . . . I hope she’s still a total badass even when she’s blind. It might take a few episodes to get there but I think she’s still got that on lock.”
George R.R. Martin, author of the worldwide phenomenon A Song of Fire and Ice, included Arya’s blindness in only one chapter in A Dance with Dragons.
The interview then steered onto other subjects, like the picture of Justin Beiber’s bare bottom.
The interviewer asked Williams whether she is a Belieber, a name given to fans of Beiber.
“No, this is not my thing,” the actress replies. “Lots of his fans are really, really, young. He should be considerate of that and not have his bare bottom on display.”
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