There are a lot of fans of 'Game of Thrones'' Jon Snow that would likely sell there soul to save the bastard of the North. But whether or not it Jon Snow is really dead, Kit Harrington is moving on. It was recently revealed that the former War Horse star will be returning to the West End to lead in Duke of York's production of Doctor Faustus. Meanwhile, Harington’s 'Game of Thrones' co-star and former 'Dr Faustus' Lucifer actress ( Manchester, Royal Exchange 2010) Gwendoline Christie is also moving onward upward. Recently, Christie confirmed that she return as Captain Phasma in Disney’s 'Star Wars Episode 8.'
Kit Harington has officially confirmed that Jon Snow is dead. The 'Game of Thrones' star is opening up about Season 6 of the hit HBO series, admitting that he did infact at the end of Season 5. However, Harington didn’t say anything about if Jon Snow will stay dead. Meanwhile, Harington’s own soul is on the line in his new project. Harington will soon be returning to the London’s West End as 'Doctor Faustus' in the all new production of the classic play.
Just like the inevitable Winter, 'Game of Thrones' Season 6 is coming and we will final find out if Jon Snow is dead or alive. However, live or die, Kit Harington has already found his next role. The Stark that you just can’t seem to quit is making his return to the stage in an all new London production of 'Doctor Faustus.' Harrington will be playing the titular role in the Christopher Marlowe play based on the story of 'Faust.' No word yet on if Harrington had to sell his soul to land the role.
The Game of Thrones theme entitled "Rains of Castamere" has become a favorite to cover among musicians--including opera youth Jackie Evancho and Icelandic soundscapers Sigur Ros. Now, the Indian Jam Project brings you the latest harrowing cover of the tune.
Perhaps one of the most talked about youths in the country, Jackie Evancho has been on a steep rise after her debut with America's Got Talent when she was just a 10-year-old. Now, she plans to release her third studio album, Awakening, on September 23.
Turgenev's 19th-century comedy of manners will be the 'Orange is the New Black' star's New York professional stage debut.
Disney princesses have become Game of Thrones incarnations hailing all the way from Westeros, and now they have their latest gimmick: Orange is the New Black.
Classicalite featured the latest from Jackie Evancho earlier this month after a cover of the Game of Thrones eerie folk ballad "The Rains of Castamere" hit digital retail outlets. Reception widely praised the album and, of course, the young talent, herself.
If Game of Thrones is your fancy and young talent your drink of choice, then you have to hear the latest haunting folk dirge "The Rains of Castamere," a GoT original with lyrics by the series' creator, George R.R. Martin, and music by Ramin Djawadi--as covered by the boisterous prodigy Jackie Evancho
In keeping with today's pop culture and your latest craze-for-consideration, Game of Thrones premiered it's first episode for the much anticipated fourth season. And for us Classicalite geeks, we are weak for classical covers of, well, anything.
It turns out Stevie Nicks is just like us: a crazed, binge-watching fan of cable programming. With some great cameos in the can already--she appeared in that Fleetwood Mac episode of Glee as well as American Horror Story: Coven--Nicks now wants to try her hand at scoring music for HBO's fantasy phenomenon Game of Thrones.
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