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8 months ago | 10-03-2017 | ANI

Kit Harington says 'Game of Thrones' 7 is 'much grander' than before

Washington D.C. [USA], Mar. 10 : Looks like things are going to get crazier in the 'Game of Thrones' season 7, which is all set to debut on July 16, as Kit Harington has suggested so.

Sharing some insightful details about the show, the 30-year-old actor, who plays Jon Snow, told ABC News that it is "much grander" than anything fans have seen before.

"Season 7 has so much more ambition," the Brimstone star said, adding "There are less episodes this year, so they spent more money on those episodes. So, the whole scale of it is up."

The new season will only feature seven episodes instead of the usual ten as the show nears its end.

With the last season expected to air next year, The 'Seventh Son' star admitted that he really wanted the drama to go out "with a bang" and "that has to happen at the end of Thrones, this season and next season."

The White Walkers are expected to have an even bigger part in this season.

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