'Game Of Thrones' Star Kit Harington Spotted Arriving In Belfast! Is Jon Snow Alive? [PHOTO]
A brand new evidence has surfaced supporting the belief that "Game of Thrones" fans have not seen the last of Kit Harington's Jon Snow yet.
Harington -- who told Entertainment Weekly last month that he's not coming back for season 6, because his character is already dead -- was seen heading back to Belfast, Northern Ireland on Monday night, July 20.
"Game of Thrones" fan-site Watchers On The Wall posted the below photo of the 28-year-old British thespian arriving at the Belfast airport from London while still sporting his character's trademark beard and hair.
— Watchers on the Wall (@WatchersOTWall) July 22, 2015
While Harington's return to one of the filming locations of the show suggests that Jon is still alive, his latest sighting might mean something completely different. He could just be visiting his friends, who are still part of the show, or he could simply be filming a flashback or funeral scene for season 6.
But considering how many visits Harington has had to Belfast in the past couple months for the next season's pre-production, Watchers On The Wall reported that it's unlikely that he will just go back to the set to play as a corpse.
After all, there are a lot of fan theories explaining how the Bastard of Winterfell could survive his apparent death in the season 5 finale. And the most popular among those is that Melisandre (Carice van Houten) will resurrect him with the help of R'hllor, aka the Lord of the Light.
While viewers haven't seen Melisandre resurrect someone on the hit HBO fantasy drama yet, it's worthy to note that the priestess met Thoros of Myr (Paul Kaye) in Riverlands back in season 3.
During their meeting, Thoros took her to Beric Dondarrion (Richard Dormer) and explained how he successfully resurrected the Lord of Blackhaven six times. With that in mind, Melisandre will probably revive Jon the same way Thoros repeatedly asked the Lord of Light to bring Beric back from the dead.
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"Game of Thrones" season 6 is expected to premiere on HBO in April next year.