Kit Harington will say goodbye to his defining role as Mr.Snow when the show comes to an end, but the actor is already looking forward to a possible new job ahead: fatherhood. The 32-year-old actor, who wed co-star Rose Leslie last year, hinted at potentially becoming a dad once the show all over.
“The most important job I’ll ever have is about to finish,” said Harington, but he quickly corrected himself. “Well, not the most. Hopefully, I’ll be a father.”
Harington and Leslie are deeply private about their personal lives, but the actor has occasionally dropped hints about their relationship in interviews. In one of his interview earlier this year, he pointed out that their future children would have the unique opportunity of being able to see their parents work together and fall in love onscreen.
“It dawned on me, recently,” he shared. “And I have no idea if we will, but say me and Rose do have children. They’ll know. They’ll be able to see how their parents get together. Which is quite a wonderful thought, really.”
He added, “I thank the show for everything. But more than anything else, I thank it for introducing me to her.”
Harington and Leslie first met in 2012 on the group, and their professional relationship soon turned into a relationship. After years of quietly seeing each other, they announced their engagement in September 2017, and tied the knot months later in June 2018. As expected, several of their cast members attended the service, including Emilia Clarke, Peter Dinklage, Maisie Williams, and Sophie Turner.
It happens all the time. Two actors make a movie together in which they are playing as if married etc. and reports later surface that they are in love. They say goodbye to their partners to be together. And it all happened when actors were playing people in love, and had to act as if they were in love for weeks on end.
But, is it because they were pretending to be in love and those feelings turned into reality? Or is it because actors have to spend long hours in a small place with the same person?
Are actors more likely to fall in love with their co-workers more than a regular 9 to 5 jobs?
According to one of the reports, the answer is yes.
A group of researchers found out that the effects of romantic interaction in front of the camera.
HE CLAIMS THAT “SCIENCE KNOWS!” WHETHER ACTORS ARE “PRETENDING” FOR THE SCREEN. HE PROPOSES THAT ACTORS MUST CHANGE THEIR PERSONALITIES TO MATCH THE PERSONALITIES OF THOSE THEY PLAY, AND THAT ONLY A FEW ACTORS WORK FROM THE “OUTSIDE IN,” USING PHYSICALITY TO PORTRAY A CHARACTER. INSTEAD, HE WRITES, MOST ACTORS REARRANGE THEIR LIVES AND EMOTIONS IN ORDER TO PORTRAY CHARACTER.
Consequently, it depends on the acting style. Technical actors, actors that focus on movement rather than emotion, aren’t as likely to be influenced by a stage hug or starring in a romantic comedy. But, method actors, actors using emotions to drive the character, are more likely to fall in love with their cast members.
Additionally, the fact that method actors need to constantly put themselves in emotional situations leaves actors more open to degrees of feelings that a normal person couldn’t typically handle.
Overall, audiences are searching for realism when they view a movie or TV show. When casting directors are deciding which celebrity would be perfect for the lead character, actors need to push the limits in order to earn an intriguing an entertaining experiences for audiences. However, certain acting styles can have a permanent effect on not only the celebrity however, the supporting cast and crew as well.