Rohan Chand as Mowglia feral boy who is raised by wolves. Matthew Rhys as John Lockwooda colonial hunter who hunts for trophies and comes to hunt Shere Khan. Freida Pinto as Messuaa woman who takes in Mowgli. Voice and motion-capture[ edit ] Christian Bale as Bagheeraa black panther who is Mowgli's protector, one of his teachers and was born in human custody.
He, like many fans, was devastated when he realised Jon Snow would kill Daenerys. But Jon's ending was set all the way back in the very first chapter of the very first book.
Martin loves to foreshadow and he loves to hide clues. Jon Snow's fate is absolutely laid out from the start.
There is no escape. The first pages are a prologue where some poor unfortunates encounter the White Walkers. From the start one Stark is set apart, even if it is for a different reason than the eventual truth which still has not been revealed in the books.
Jon Snow, whether or not he does turn out to be Aegon Targaryen, is fated from his first appearance to a bleak end. At first everyone thinks there are only five, three male and two female, one for each legitimate Stark.
But then Jon Snow hears something and goes back and finds a sixth, hidden because it was not with the body. Jon says: "He must have crawled away from the others. Not only does his direwolf cub look nothing like the dark pelts and eyes of the other five, its white fur and red eyes clearly represent ice and fire, most closely associated with the Starks and Targaryens.
Later on, Catelyn Stark warns her eldest son: "These wolves are more than wolves, Robb. I think perhaps the gods sent them to us.
Your father's gods, the old gods of the north.