Here’s one thing random for you at the moment: Game of Thrones veteran Kit Harington (Jon Snow) appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and carried out “Drops of Jupiter” by the band Train. No, he doesn’t play the piano. No, he doesn’t sing. But he does carry out the tune, as a result of why not? Watch under:
Y’know, I don’t assume his voice was horrible for this tune. It’s type of scratchy, it’s a rock and roll tune, it type of works.
Apparently, Fallon has been making an attempt to get somebody to do that for a very long time. “We’ve been pitching it for years — to dozens of people,” he mentioned. “Famous people who you know and love… They sing in movies, they dance, and they actually have music out. They all passed on it. But not tonight. Tonight that changes, because we finally have someone who has the guts to do it…He’s doing it because he’s cool and he’s funny, and he gets it.”
Later, within the interview portion of the present, Harington defined why he took Fallon up on his provide. “There was another little part of [my] brain, the one that gets me in trouble, that was like, ‘But what if you’re brilliant?’ What if it opens up whole new vistas of a career in singing?”
He additionally dances at 4:20 under. This is a full-service look!
Kit Harington’s Eternals character is “quite different” from Jon Snow on Game of Thrones
You can at the moment see Harington in an episode of Modern Love on Amazon Prime Video, the place he performs a man who hits it off with a woman on a prepare however can’t get collectively along with her afterward as a result of the pandemic begins. “Quite honestly, it was something lighter to do, lighter to play,” he mentioned. “I spent nine years playing a very serious character who had zero comedy to him at all.”
They tried each every now and then, they threw [Jon Snow] a joke, simply fell flat, simply didn’t work, didn’t work with him, it bought minimize.
I’d watch these Game of Thrones outtakes.
Harington additionally teased his look as Dane Whitman, aka the Black Knight, in Eternals, one Marvel’s subsequent large motion pictures. “I realized he has a sword and rides a horse. And I was like, ‘I know this guy. I’ve been this guy.’ But actually he’s quite different, so it’s exciting.”
Eternals lands in theaters on November 5.
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