'Game Of Thrones' Season 7 Latest News: Kit Harington Says Jon Snow Safe From Death, Lena Headey Admits Cersei-Jaime Relationship Toxic

This time last year, Kit Harington was trying his best to dodge the media so that he can keep his character's fate a secret on "Game of Thrones." He didn't want to spoil the fact that Jon Snow actually lives after being repeatedly stabbed to death. But when that was finally revealed in "Game of Thrones" Season 6 over the summer, Kit Harington can now freely talk about Jon Snow. Lena Headey also shares some insights about her character, Cersei, and what's next for her and Jaime Lannister.

Speaking with The Wrap, Kit Harington said that now that everything is out in the open in "Game of Thrones," he honestly believes Jon Snow is the safest from being killed off. "I felt a bit cocky this season," the actor said, citing that "it would be awful storytelling," if the writers had his character die soon after being resurrected.

"Game of Thrones'" George R.R. Martin is widely known to kill off characters regardless of how well-loved they are by the fans of the series. But for now, everyone can rest and be assured that Jon Snow remains alive. In "Game of Thrones" Season 7, viewers might even finally learn of Jon Snow's actual parental lineage.

Meanwhile, after a dismal fate in "Game of Thrones" last season, Lena Headey admits her character Cersei's relationship with twin brother and lover Jaime (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) is toxic at this point. With her father and kids gone, and her other brother aligned with Daenerys, Cersei only has Jaime left in her life. "This will be such an interesting season for them," said Heady via Digital Spy.

Speculations are that because of Cersei's vicious actions in the previous seasons, Jaime Lannister will be forced to kill the queen. "I don't think it will end well," Lena Headey admitted, fueling more assumptions about Cersei's ultimate end.

But viewers of "Game of Thrones" will have to wait until late summer for Season 7 to air. HBO has earlier announced the show's upcoming season will move later from its usual schedule to accommodate filming in the winter.

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