Kit Harington Says He Wants to Continue His MCU Journey as the Black Knight

Jan 10, 2023

Harington made his MCU debut in 2021 with Eternals, and the actor says he’s ready for more.

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Kit Harington wants to portray another iconic character after his time on HBO’s Game of Thrones. The actor is known for his time on the fantasy series after playing the heroic Jon Snow from 2011 to 2019 when the show concluded, and he is ready for his next big-time role. In 2021, Harington made his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Dane Whitman, though his character wasn’t the main focus of Eternals.

However, in the post-credit scene for the film, Marvel, in typical fashion, teased the future of his character and left audiences with a massive cliffhanger for Whitman. It’s believed that Harington will become the Black Knight in later MCU movies as the film concludes with Whitman finding the Ebony Blade, complete with a voiceover from Mahershala Ali’s Blade in the background. Harington tells The Hollywood Reporter he believed he would be signing on for more than one movie, as he didn’t plan on playing “someone’s boyfriend” for his role in the MCU.

“No, I kind of knew that that might be a possibility. I wasn’t that interested in rocking up in a Marvel movie just to play someone’s boyfriend. I knew of some future possibilities, so that’s always been part of the conversation. But like with anything, you don’t really know. You sort of do your research on what character it could be, and you go, ‘Oh, that looks quite fun.’ But it’s up to them whether they want to bring that person into their plans. I don’t know at this stage. I have no idea what their plans are.”

It’s hard to believe Marvel and Kevin Feige wouldn’t bring Harington back for more, as he’s an in-demand actor and received quite the setup in Eternals. But, for now, fans will have to wait for more news surrounding the possibility of Eternals 2 or a standalone Black Knight project for the theater or Disney+.

Related: Kit Harington Says He Loves HBO’s House of the Dragon Series

Kit Harington May Still Return as Jon Snow

Kit Harington is looking to branch out his career with some smaller indie projects and major characters like Black Knight. However, a Jon Snow Game of Thrones sequel series, with the working title of Snow, was confirmed earlier this year, meaning he would presumably return to the beloved character if all works out.

During his THR interview, Harington was asked to give any update on Snow. He jokingly replied, “I know nothing about that. I’m sorry,” a fitting answer for Jon Snow. The actor has made a similar statement in the past when approached about the series. However, George R.R. Martin, the author behind A Song of Ice and Fire, has been more open on the subject, saying the idea for the show was Harington’s, and it’s currently in the early development phase.

Fans are eager to see more from the character after the initial series came to a close in 2019, although it may be a while until the show reaches a release if it ever does. For now, fans can tune into Game of Thrones and the recently released spinoff House of the Dragon and hope for more from Harington in both the Thrones universe and the MCU sometime in the coming years.

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