Game of Thrones cast talks divisive finale, water bottles

Finally they were allowed to talk about things. Its finale brought in a series record 19.3 million viewers. Weiss been in attendance as originally scheduled. But everyone at Hall H seemed to be enjoying the victory lap. Their absence was not addressed during the panel. Advertising

Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Liam Cunningham, Isaac Hempstead Wright and others took the stage at San Diego Comic-Con Friday evening for a goodbye panel and found some coffee cups waiting at their places. 0
Comment(s) “It basically turns into The Office,” he said. The big Hall H audience cheered to find out some of their favorite lines: Williams chose her own character’s battle cry, “Not today,” while Conleth Hill went for his co-star Peter Dinklage’s, “I drink and I know things.”
Game of Thrones ended this past May after 8 seasons. But perhaps there is more fun happening on the new small council, according to Bradley. Although the moderator didn’t make them answer for the coffee, actor John Bradley did have to defend himself against the other out-of-place item in the finale: The water bottle by his foot. I’ve thought about this very strongly,” Bradley said, making a case that he would have put the bottle on the other side if it was his. “We’re very grateful to your fandom over the years … this is the reality as opposed to the media-led hate campaign.”
There was also some discussion of the divisiveness of the eighth and final season of Game of Thrones. It was a cheeky reference to the misplaced coffee cup that viewers spotted in an episode of the final season that subsequently went viral. “Just don’t call people names.”
Benioff and Weiss dropped off the schedule at the last minute, as did actors Iain Glen and Nathalie Emmanuel and director Miquel Sapochnik. Cunningham posited that a spinoff could be called Better Call Davos. As for Arya and her quest to go “west of Westeros,” Williams said, “I’m sure she’s having a wonderful time, like Dora the Explorer minus the bob.”

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There was some discussion of the divisiveness of the eighth and final season, although likely not as much as there would have been had showrunners David Benioff and D.B. “I’m not trying to clear my name, but … I think I’ve taken enough blame for this one.”
The cast was in good spirits after years of attending Comic-Con and not being able to reveal anything at the panels. “Look at the amount of people here,” Hill said, gesturing to the 8,000-some people in Hall H. Earlier this week, Game of Thrones scored 32 Emmy nominations. It was a single year Primetime Emmy nomination record. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
They also indulged in some fan theories, cleared up some burning questions and speculated about what happens after the finale. In addition to a best drama series nod, which the show has won four times, there were a handful of acting nominations for Kit Harington and Emilia Clarke in leading performances, Dinklage, Coster-Waldau, Alfie Allen, Lena Headey, Williams, Sophie Turner and Gwendoline Christie in supporting performances, and Carice van Houten as a guest star. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Allen, Christie and van Houten all self-submitted for consideration, which involves paying a 225 dollar entry fee,


Game of Thrones ended this past May after 8 seasons. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
Coster-Waldau said every season of Game of Thrones has been divisive in its own way, from Ned Stark’s fate to the Red Wedding. Popular Photos

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Wright said that he can’t imagine Bran’s new government is a “barrel of laughs.”
“Westeros is probably a surveillance state,” he said. “Obviously when it comes to an end it’s going to (expletive) you off no matter what because it’s the end,” Coster-Waldau said. Also Read | Game of Thrones earns a record-breaking 32 Emmy Award nods


“I am right handed.