Game Of Thrones Season 6 Jon Snow Gets Voldemort Treatment: Kit Harrington Is 'He Who Must Not Be Named' On Set
Kit Harrington's Jon Snow character became a "He Who Must Not Be Named" for the duration of Game Of Thrones taping of the scenes which involved the actor. According to Gizmondo, the official decree was due to retain the secrecy of his return in the HBO series especially to individuals who were not directly involved with the filming of the "Home" episode.
It was mentioned that the "Jon Snow" name was only uttered when it was a part of a character's script for the Game Of Thrones series screenplay. The cast and crew had to make due by baptizing him with the nickname "LC," alluding his position in the Night Watch of being Lord Commander.
Even Harrington himself had to abide by the stern laws which had his character's mere existence not only controlled by the scripts and call sheets, according to MTV, but even to prop and ward robe materials as well. The management even went out of their way guard the Belfast set with additional security, in order to put everything under the q.t. prior to last Sunday's big finale revelation.
The cast however particularly Carice van Houten who played an important role in Jon Snow's resurrection had her own naughty moniker for what "LC" stands for but somehow she remained also quite secretive about it.
How about you? What does "LC" stand for other than Lord Commander? Lone Captain? Lavish Curls? Lover Crying? Or how about Lovely Cut? Nevertheless, the return of Harrington has drawn in a lot of speculations which even included his hairdo.
According to CNET, Harrington luscious curls will be shed off starting this season as it could play an important fragment in Snow's returning narrative. The report stated that Harrington will be now sporting a much shorter haircut although it has been speculated that he will be trying on a man bun.