After months of supposition, Emilia Clarke has finally disclosed who is responsible for the infamous coffee cup from the final season of Game of Thrones. In the fourth episode of the season, eagle-eyed viewers discerned a Starbucks cup sitting on a table during a Winterfell feast. People were quick to point digits, including some cast representatives themselves, with even Sophie Turner suggesting Clarke( who was sitting closest to the cup during the course of its situation) was responsible.
The coffee cup debacle was one of the many issues publics had with the much-discussed final season. Numerous viewers were left unsatisfied with how the show wrapped up, primarily due to the abridged incident ordering and followers feeling that particular attributes( namely Daenerys Targaryen and Jaime Lannister) had their character exploitation raced for the sake of plot advancement. Some love believe that the final season was rushed so creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss could work on their Star Wars trilogy, but just this week it was announced that they were stepping away from the Star Wars universe.
During an interrogation on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Clarke shared the true story behind the coffee cup. She explained that at a recent Emmy party, her co-star Conleth Hill( who played Lord Varys) plucked her aside and confessed it belonged to him. He told her he didn’t want to own up to it because “it seemed the hot was very much” on Clarke. Clarke could only respond with an indignant, “What ?! ” Watch the full time( where Clarke likewise was talking about her recent reunion with Jason Momoa and Kit Harington) below 😛 TAGEND
The coffee cup’s origin story is far from the only Game of Thrones news to break this week. HBO announced that the prequel sequence The Long Night, starring Naomi Watts and written by Jane Goldman( Kick-Ass ), had were eliminated. Not long after, the network announced House of the Dragon, a Targaryen-centered prequel based on the mythology created by George R.R. Martin. Ryan Condal will serve as showrunner along with Miguel Sapochnik, who sent some of the most famous Game of Thrones episodes including “Battle of the Bastards”. The streak is said to take place 300 times before the start of Game of Thrones.
Out of all the issues with the final season, a coffee cup’s appearance in Westeros was far and away the strangest and most ridiculous. It prompted lots of speculation, and now fan eventually now the answer. While the coffee cup blooper obviously shouldn’t have been in the demonstrate, it is somewhat of a remember that the people behind Game of Thrones are just as addicted to caffeine as the average human. And now that the true culprit has been uncovered, people can stop bothering Clarke about it.
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