‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 6 Spoilers: Natalie Dormer Hints At Jon Snow Resurrection

‘Game Of Thrones’ Season 6 Spoilers: Natalie Dormer Hints At Jon Snow Resurrection
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“Game of Thrones” season 6 has been a secretive franchise this year, but lead actress Natalie Dormer has hinted major spoilers that could happen to Jon Snow in the upcoming season. In fact, she hinted that Snow may be healed following his death from the previous season. Naughty, Margaery. Do tell all!


“Game of Thrones” season 6 teaser trailer was released earlier this week, and it did not give away a lot about what the audience can expect for the franchise’s latest installment. However, Dormer hinted that Jon Snow may not be totally dead; for now, at least.

As reported by Daily Mail, Dormer chatted on Channel 5 News and released one of the most exciting spoilers that could change the course of “Game of Thrones” season six. She said, “If you get stabbed that many times, you’re dead. There are some basic medical rules that even apply in Westeros so Jon Snow is dead… right now.”

That may be a statement that has been thrown at fans several instances, but then she added, “You can’t predict Game of Thrones, you can never predict it and obviously we have the new situation this year. It’s completely unprecedented. [Author] George [R.R. Martin] hasn’t published the next book so it really is new for everyone.”

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The fact that the actress hinted that the series’ penchant for shocking twists hints at the possibility that Snow may have an opportunity to twist his fate after he was last seen stabbed by the Night Watch people several times.

Furthermore, fellow actress Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark, also said, “It’s a great twist [bringing Jon Snow back] but I can’t say he’s going to be alive.” There’s another hint that inspires the idea that he may not totally be dead… Maybe dead, but could be alive once again.

In other news, Hollywood Life reports Dormer saying “Jon Snow is dead – right now” and repeatedly saying “right now,” which also hints that he may still be resurrected.

Catch “Game of Thrones” season 6 air on HBO this April 24, 2016, and find out if hopes of bringing Jon Snow back from the dead would be fulfilled.