'Game of Thrones' stars Harington, Leslie welcome baby boy
FILE - Rose Leslie, left, and Kit Harington arrive at the 77th annual Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 5, 2020, in Beverly Hills, Calif. The "Game of Thrones" stars have welcomed a baby boy, their first child together. “Game of Thrones” stars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington have welcomed a baby boy, their first child together. Harington's publicist Marianna Shafran confirmed the birth Tuesday, saying Harington and Leslie are “very very happy!”No further details were given. It's the first child for both the 34-year-old Scottish actor Leslie and the 34-year-old English actor Harington, who married in 2018.
Naomi Watts on Pressure Surrounding 'Game of Thrones' Prequel: 'I'm Trying Not
After the success of Game of Thrones, Naomi Watts is seeing how high the stakes are for the prequel! ET's Nischelle Turner spoke with the actress at the HBO Emmys after-party on Sunday night, where she discussed the daunting pressure she's facing as the star of the upcoming prequel series after GoT claimed the top prize of the evening, Outstanding Drama Series. In 2018, long before GoT even ended, the prequel starring Watts began production. See more Game of Thrones updates below. RELATED CONTENT:Kit Harington Says He Still Hasn't Seen the Final Season of 'Game of Thrones''Game of Thrones' Cast Had the Most Fun Reuniting at 2019 EmmysPeter Dinklage Sets Emmy Record With Fourth Win for 'Game of Thrones'
Kit Harington Says He Still Hasn't Seen the Final Season of 'Game of Thrones'
One of Game of Thrones' biggest stars revealed at the 2019 Primetime Emmys that they haven't yet seen the eighth and final season of the hit show! "I still haven't seen the show," the 32-year-old leading man admitted to laughter from his co-stars when asked about the pushback GoT received from fans over how things ended. I haven't seen the final season." And we knew that it was right for the characters because we lived with them for 10 years. RELATED CONTENT:'Game of Thrones' Cast Had the Most Fun Reuniting at 2019 EmmysEmmys 2019: 'Game of Thrones' and 'Fleabag' Win the Night's Top AwardsPeter Dinklage Sets Emmy Record With Fourth Win for 'Game of Thrones'
'Game of Thrones' Cast Reunites Onstage to Present at 2019 Emmys
The Game of Thrones cast is together again! At the 2019 Emmy Awards on Sunday, the cast of the hit HBO series took the stage together four months after the eight-season-long series' final episode. "That's why I put the coffee cup there... a conscious, concerted statement of our imperfection," fellow co-creator D.B. Watch the video below for more on Game of Thrones' final season. RELATED CONTENT:Inside Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's Real-Life 'Game of Thrones' Love StoryInside Kit Harington's Life After 'Game of Thrones''Game of Thrones': House Targaryen Prequel in the Works at HBO
The 'Game of Thrones' Men Step Out in Dapper Looks at the 2019 Emmys
The Game of Thrones men know how to work a red carpet. Kit Harington, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Peter Dinklage and more actors from the HBO fantasy series dressed to impress at the 2019 Emmy Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. The gentlemen were all polished and looked dapper in their suits and tuxedos for the special night. Its a bittersweet and special awards ceremony for the cast, as GoT is nominated for 32 Emmys, including outstanding drama series, for its eighth and final season. Kit HaringtonVALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty ImagesNikolaj Coster-WaldauFrazer Harrison/Getty ImagesPeter DinklageMatt Winkelmeyer/Getty ImagesAlfie AllenJeff Kravitz/FilmMagicJohn BradleyMatt Winkelmeyer/Getty ImagesLiam Cunningham and Isaac Hempstead WrightMatt Winkelmeyer/Getty ImagesFor more looks from the Emmys red carpet, click through the slideshow below.
Why 'Game of Thrones' Still Deserves to Set an Emmys Record After Controversial Final
Game of Thrones could set Emmys records on Sunday, and despite its divisive final season, it deserves to. Weiss did earn an Emmy nomination for their writing on the series finale, "The Iron Throne") the cinematic effort that went into Thrones' final season can't be disputed. Thrones' 32 Emmy nominations this year make it the most nominated season of television ever -- and it's deserved. And that's why Game of Thrones deserves to make Emmys history. RELATED CONTENT:2019 Emmys: Notable First-Time Nominees'Game of Thrones' Star Nathalie Emmanuel Defends Showrunners After Final Season BacklashEmmys: Why HBO Didn't Submit 'Game of Thrones' Stars Gwendoline Christine, Alfie Allen and Carice Van Houten
Salma Hayek Fangirls Over Working With Jon Snow on Marvel's 'The Eternals': Pic!
On Tuesday, Salma Hayek shared a candid photo with Harington, which seems to indicate the pair has begun work on the film. She wrote alongside the fun image: "I still can't believe that I'm working with #jonsnow ! Hayek will play Ajak, the leader of the Eternals while Harington is taking on Dane Whitman, aka the Black Night. Hayek also shared that, in the comics, her character is a man. When asked what Hayek's 11-year-old daughter, Valentina, thinks of her being a superhero, Hayek joked, "Maybe she will listen to me now?!"
Inside Kit Harington's Life After 'Game of Thrones'
Kit Harington has been keeping busy -- and taking more time for himself -- since the controversial Game of Thrones finale aired in May. "The last season of Thrones seemed to be designed to break us," Harington told GQ Australia in January. A week after the finale aired, Harington's rep told ET in a statement that he was spending time at a wellness retreat to work on personal issues. Eternals will also feature a Game of Thrones reunion, thanks to Richard Madden's casting, which had previously been announced. Watch the video below for more:RELATED CONTENT:Inside Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's Real-Life 'Game of Thrones' Love StoryKit Harington Joins Marvel's 'The Eternals,' Ryan Coogler Reveals 'Black Panther 2' Release DateRose Leslie Goes to Music Festival While Husband Kit Harington Remains at Wellness Retreat
Richard Madden Says Marvels First Openly Gay Character Is Hugely Important (Exclusive)
Richard Madden is sharing his excitement that his new film, Eternals, will include the first openly gay character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. "I think it's hugely important, just the cast is so diverse," Madden stated. I think Marvel are really at the forefront of that." Madden and Kit Harington, who played Robb Stark and Jon Snow on the mega-hit HBO show, will be joining forces again beyond the borders of Westeros. The film centers on a race of immortals who once lived on Earth and had a hand in human civilization.
'GoT' Co-Stars Emilia Clarke and Rose Leslie Robbed by Monkeys on Girls Getaway
Emilia Clarke and Rose Leslie had some unexpected visitors during their girls getaway! In a recent Instagram post, Clarke revealed that she and her Game of Thrones co-star took a trip to India. In one of the accompanying photos, Clarke shows off four monkeys playing in what appears to be the women's hotel room. Her role of Daenerys Targaryen, Clarke said, got her through some of her most challenging personal moments. RELATED CONTENT:Emilia Clarke Says Playing Daenerys Targaryen on 'Game of Thrones' Literally Saved Her LifeKit Harington on Being 'Tethered' to 'Game of Thrones' With Wife Rose Leslie (Exclusive)Inside Kit Harington and Rose Leslie's Real-Life 'Game of Thrones' Love Story
Marvels The Eternals Will Introduce the MCUs First Openly Gay Character
The upcoming Marvel film, The Eternals, is going to include the an openly gay character. Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, confirmed the news during a recent interview with Good Morning America while not clarifying which character it's going to be. The actress said she felt empowered while donning the costume for her Eternals character, Thena, until her kids got a look at her getup. As for the openly gay character in The Eternals, as fans of the MCU know, this won't be the only LGBTQ representation in the comic book universe. RELATED CONTENT:Kit Harington Joins Marvel's 'The Eternals,' Ryan Coogler Reveals 'Black Panther 2' Release DateAngelina Jolie Makes Surprise Comic-Con Appearance With 'The Eternals' CastMarvel Announces Phase 4 at Comic-Con: 'Black Widow,' 'The Eternals,' 'Thor 4' and More
Kit Harington confirmed for role in Marvel's 'The Eternals'
ANAHEIM, California (CNN) - Kit Harington has been confirmed for a role in Marvel's "The Eternals," bringing the "Game of Thrones" star into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Harington will play Dane Whitman, aka the heroic Black Knight, in the movie. That's not one of the characters known as the Eternals in the comics, which were created by Jack Kirby. Deadline had reported that Harington would be joining the Marvel stable, without any details about in what capacity. Friday, the studio unveiled a lineup of Marvel and "Star Wars"-related series for its streaming service, Disney+.
Kit Harington Joins Marvel's 'The Eternals'
As if The Eternals wasn't epic enough already, Marvel's upcoming cosmic drama will feature a Game of Thrones reunion, with Kevin Feige announced that star Kit Harington is joining the cast. Gemma Chan, who previously starred in Captain Marvel, will play Sersi, Barry Keoghan is Druig and Harington will play a non-Eternal named Dane Whitman. Harington joins the previously announced Richard Madden, who plays Ikaris. "We just really, really want it to be right. Marvel,' 'Moon Knight' and 'She-Hulk' Disney+ SeriesUpcoming Marvel Movies: Everything We Know About Phase 4 of the MCUJon Favreau Says He's 'Holding Out Hope' This Isn't Spider-Man's 'Final Chapter' in MCU (Exclusive)
'Game of Thrones' nabs record 32 Emmy Award nominations, including best drama series, in final season
The HBO show earned a record 32 Emmy nominations on Tuesday, including best drama series. Dinklage is the only "Game of Thrones" actor to win an Emmy for his performance in the series. He has taken home three trophies in the supporting actor category for his role of Tyrion Lannister. Here are just some of the awards "Game of Thrones" is nominated for:Lead Actress in a Drama Series:Emilia Clarke "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Lead Actor in a Drama Series:Kit Harington "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Outstanding Drama Series:"Game of Thrones" (HBO)Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series:Alfie Allen "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Nikolaj Coster-Waldau "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Peter Dinklage "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series:Gwendoline Christie "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Lena Headey "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Maisie Williams "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Sophie Turner "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series:Carice van Houten "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series:David Benioff and D.B. Weiss "Game of Thrones" (HBO)David Nutter "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Miguel Sapochnik "Game of Thrones" (HBO)Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series:David Benioff and D.B.cnbc.com