USA.- It was during a digital interview of Skimm, Texting Whit, Clarke, who played Daenerys Targaryen in the series of HBO, he addressed that infamous paper coffee cup that was spotted by eagle-eyed fans in front of the queen during a party in Winterfell in “The Last de los Stark”.
Clarke brought up the topic herself when she found herself answering a question about her favorite morning drink during the episode Texting With , what THAT ONE has an exclusive look below.
“It’s not starbucks, a spoiler,” he said. “I’m going to say it again for the record: it wasn’t mine. Looking at you Dan Weiss,” Clarke stated.
Weiss, executive producer of GOT next to David Benioff, clarify that the merit of the hot drink is not attributed to an extract from the book of James Hibberd, “Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon”.
“I had seen that shot a thousand times, and we are always looking at their faces or how the shot sat with the shots on either side,” he said. Weiss in the book.
“I felt like we were the participants in a psychology experiment, like the one where you don’t see gorillas running in the background because you’re counting basketballs. Every production that has ever existed had things like this. You can see a member team. from Braveheart ; there is an actor who wears a wristwatch in Spartacus . But now people can rewind things and everyone is talking to each other in real time. So one person saw the coffee cup, rewound it, and then everyone did, “Weiss said.
They pass the ball from one to the other, or the coffee
That said, earlier, during a visit to The Tonight Show from NBC starring Jimmy Fallon in October 2019, Clarke actually cast another co-star: Conleth Hill, who played Lord Varys.
“Here’s the truth. We had a party before Emmy recently, and Conleth [Hill], in agreement? He plays Copper. He’s sitting next to me in that scene. He takes me aside and says: ‘Emilia, I have I have to tell you something. I have to tell you something, love. The coffee cup was mine. It was his. It was the cup of coffee from Conleth. He said so, “he told Fallon.
HBO sees the bright side of error
Others, however, like Sophie Turner , who played Sansa Stark, they visited Fallon and they suggested it was from Clarke.
No matter whose it was, the mug was quickly removed from the scene, and HBO issued a statement at the same time:
“In response to inquiries from viewers of a cup of craft service coffee on Sunday night’s episode of Game of Thrones… the latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. Daenerys I had ordered a herbal tea. “