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Kit Harington talks about reuniting with Game of Thrones co-star Richard Madden on Marvel’s Eternals




MCU’s latest movie Eternals is closing in, and fans all over the world are looking forward to witnessing a little Game of Thrones union onscreen. Game of Thrones alums Richard Madden and Kit Harington are playing important roles in the movie, and we can’t wait for them to act together once again. And meeting his old friend was surely emotional for Harington, it was like a college reunion for him.

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“Extra” Special Correspondent Samantha Harris spoke with Kit Harington at the Los Angeles premiere of Eternals, where he discussed reuniting with his Game of Thrones co-star Richard Madden on the movie. He said, “It did feel like that. I mean I’ve known him for what like 10 – 13 years or something is it? And then so working together on this was pretty special. We didn’t get a lot in Game of Thrones. That’s the thing. We didn’t get a lot in this. S0 if you actually added up our screen time together it’s very little. But our friendship time is a lot more.”

Talking to Variety about the same, Harington said, “We had a big hug. We’ve been close friends for a long time. We had a shared experience of “Game of Thrones” in the first three seasons — the three seasons that Richard was in — where it sort of blew up and became this Goliath of a show. And, you know, we were both 23. We’d kind of came up together and that creates quite a special bond. So actually, we have a very close friendship, but screen time doesn’t reflect that.”

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