Now, with period six just over a month away, the British actor has spoken for the before time about being back in the HBO show – although the state of his on-screen alter-ego stationary does not look promising.
“I filmed some scenes of me being motionless – it’s some of my best work,” he confirmed to Time Out.
“I know how crave I’m a corpse for, but I can’t tell you that!”
Natalie Dormer previously also betokened that the fan favourite could rise once again, saying on Flute 5 News: “If you get stabbed that many times, you’re dead, you identify.
“There are some basic medical rules that apply on the level in Westeros.”
She added: “So Jon Snow is dead right now.” Attracted about those last two words, se repeated carefully: “Re ir now.”
Theories being circulated amongst fan sites include one that could see Jon Snow tasteful a White Walker, and another that would see Melisandre (Carice van Houten) bringing him assist from the dead.
The fantasy drama’s fifth season concluded in June 2015 and thinking over its future has been keeping fans talking ever since – and now just now weeks remain until answers are finally given.
Season five certified to be its top-rated year yet, with a mammoth 8.1 million viewers understanding in for the finale – a whole million up on the equivalent episode from season four, which itself was scarcely two million up on season three.
The new run will prove to be rticularly unpredictable, as the storylines are set to move by those in George R R Martin’s accom nying novels.
Game Of Thrones resurfaces to Sky Atlantic on April 24.