09 May, 2019
Ser Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane has done a lot of frightful things in his time as Cersei Lannister's resident semi-undead bodyguard, executioner and personal Frankenstein's monster on Game of Thrones, but that doesn't mean the man behind the character is happy about it.
We get more of that in this video breaking down the scene outside the walls of King's Landing, where Cersei has Missandei executed. The network joked it should have been an herbal tea. "(The coffee cup error has been) so blown out of proportion (because) it has not happened with "Thrones" so far", Richter said.
HBO poked fun at the oversight: "The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake".
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The ceremony ended in about five minutes as the Emperor left the room with chamberlains who held the sacred sword and jewels. Together, they reached out to the people, especially those who faced handicaps and discrimination, and natural disasters.
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Tales Soares (Cotta), a 26-year-old model from Brazil fell on the ramp during one of the shows and died in a freaky accident. No further details on the young model's death have been revealed. "And we ask for respect at this moment of deep sadness".
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Some saw it as a nefarious attempt at product placement, though most just assumed it was an uncharacteristic slip-up from an otherwise faultless show. What's more, it looked like a Starbucks coffee cup. As the show's art director, Hauke Richter, explained to Variety, "Things can get forgotten on set".
We're now in the dreaded lull between Game of Thrones episodes, the worst part of the week.
"Game of Thrones" is in its eighth and final season, airing Sundays on HBO. The tweet read that the coffee giant is "surprised" Daenarys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) did not order a Dragon Drink.
Along with that humorous statement, Game of Thrones executive producer Bernie Caulfield apologized during an interview on WNYC and made some light-hearted comments about the whole situation. On Sunday night's episode, "The Last of the Starks", Daenerys suffered not one, but two crushing blows in her quest for the Iron Throne.
In this week's "Game Revealed", we find out that showrunners D.B. Weiss and David Benioff actually appear in Episode 4, dressed in beards and fur as Wildlings, joining Tormund Giantsbane as he toasts Jon Snow.