"Game of Thrones" fans who got angry after the series finale failed to live up to expectations
After eight seasons of dragons, swordfights, ice zombies and massive battles, the "Game of Thrones" fans finally got the answer to the question, "Who will land on the Iron Throne?" Unfortunately, this answer was quite overwhelming for many fans. With big left and right swings in the series finale, the opinions about the final season of the HBO hit show seem to be as cold as winter, which eventually came out of stray coffee cups.
Maisie Williams, Nikolai Coster-Waldau, Liam Cunningham, Isaac Hempstead Wright and others entered the stage of the San Diego Comic-Con on Friday night to say goodbye.
It was a cheeky reference to the misplaced coffee cup that viewers discovered in a recent season episode that subsequently became viral. Although the presenter did not force her to have coffee, actor John Bradley had to defend himself against the other out of place item in the final: the water bottle on his foot.
"I'm right-handed, I've been thinking hard about it," Bradley said, and made a case that he would have put the bottle on the other side if it had been his. "I'm not trying to clear my name, but … I think I've taken enough blame for it." everything about the plates. Finally, they were allowed to talk about things.
Maisie Williams from left, Jacob Anderson, Liam Cunningham and Nikolaj Coster-Waldau appear on the second day of Comic-Con in the "Game of Thrones "panel
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The large audience in Hall H cheered to find out some of their favorite lines: Williams opted for the battle cry of their own character, "Not Today," while Conleth Hill went for his collaboration , Star Peter Dinklage: "I drink and I know things."
They also indulged in some fan theories, clarified some burning questions, and speculated on what happens after the finale.
Wright says he can not imagine Bran A new government is a "barrel full of laughs".
"Westeros is probably a surveillance state," he said.
But, according to Bradley, it's more fun to play on the new little council.
"It basically becomes" The Office, "he said.
Cunningham suggested that a spin-off might be called "Better Call Davos".
As for Arya and her search for "west of Westeros," Williams said, "I'm sure she has a wonderful time, like Dora the Explorer without Bob.
And Jacob Anderson thinks Gray Worm is absent Founding a new company with "a Wakanda atmosphere."
There was some discussion about the division of the eighth and final season, though probably not as much as it Showrunner David Benioff and DB had given White was present as originally planned.
"Look at the number of people here," said Hill, pointing to the 8,000 in Hall H. "We're your fandom in the course of Years very grateful … This is the reality unlike the media-led hate campaign.
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