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Game of Thrones finished its glorious run last year. Not only was it perhaps the most-watched show of all time, but it was also the most closely followed series of all time. Fans were absolutely obsessed with it and you can still find various fan theories still floating around in the aisles of Reddit world. However, when you have such passionate fans it comes with a cost. While the show had set an immensely high standard for itself, all hell broke loose when the fans spotted a Starbucks coffee cup in one episode, followed by two water bottles. Now the same mistake has been repeated and fans aren’t letting this one go as well!

As per the report from Metro, Emma Watson starrer Little Women had its own Game of Thrones moment. Apparently fans spotted a water bottle in one scene in a film set in 1860s. This led to an onslaught yet again from the fans and they were quick to point out the mistake in their own style.

Emma Watson starrer Little Women repeats Game of Thrones gaffe as fans spot a water bottle

This immediately brought back the memories of a coffee cup incident in one Game of Thrones episodes. The reactions then were so ferocious that the producer Bernie Caulfield had to apologize.

She had then said:

“We’re sorry! Prop people and decorators are so, you know, so on it 1,000 percent. If that’s the worst thing they’re finding, then we’re in good shape.”

Emma Watson starrer Little Women repeats Game of Thrones gaffe as fans spot a water bottle

Stars too took it in their strides and made jokes on it in their numerous TV appearances. Liam Cunnigham and Sophie Turner had then jokingly blamed Emilia Clarke for the gaffe.

Cunnigham had said:

“These things happen, it’s a big job, people run in, and Emilia (Clarke) probably drinks too much coffee.”

Clarke too had her share of fun and blamed Jason Mamoa for the incident! She had then posted a photo on Instagram and wrote:

“Did I just stumble upon the truth here?! The cup bearer does not drinketh the Starbucks tea… oh and this ain’t a spoiler just a lost wanderer coming home for a mid-filming cuppa.”

Any which way it’s not ideal for any film or show to have such incidents but whether we like it or not, these things happen. Well, at least we get our laughs out of it!

What are your reactions to the latest water bottle sighter? Have you seen the Little Women? Did you spot it as well?

Talk to us in the comments below!


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Man attempts fraud using companies named after Game of Thrones characters

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The year 2020 is proving to be the Red Wedding for most people around the world. There are some people who made good use of their time during the quarantine. Like one Reddit user, Rocketcatxx recreated the bloody Red Wedding scene in Nintendo’s Animal Crossing. While there are others who are up to no good.

In a bizarre incident reported by CNN on 1st October, a man was charged with fraud after he sought out more than $6 million in PPP loans for companies named after Game of Thrones characters.

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Tristan Bishop Pan, 38, of Garner, North Carolina, is facing charges of wire fraud, bank fraud, and engaging in unlawful monetary transactions. He applied for fake PPP applications for 14 companies throughout the year 2020. He used names like Khaleesi LLC, Night’s Watch LLC, and White Walker LLC for his companies.

To support the applications, Pan made untrue statements about the companies’ employees and expenses — complete with fake documents and fraudulent tax filings. Though the final amount Pan sought was just over $6.1 million, he managed to get $1.7 million in benefits.

Even though what Tristan did was a serious crime, it is surprising how he got away with it for so long. For a TV show as famous as the Game of Thrones, the general folk behaved like Jon Snow (in a way, by knowing nothing).

What do you think about the indictment? Let us know in the comments below!


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Game of Thrones showrunners pranked Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams about pilot wrap party invitations

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Sometimes working on a project for long makes it boring, no matter how interesting the work is. Co-workers tend to play little pranks on each other to have some fun while working, which keeps the job entertaining. Game of Thrones stars Sophie Turner and Maisie Williams were victims of one such prank, right after filming the first episode.

Showrunners David Benioff and D.B. Weiss pranked the duo, who were 13 and 12 respectively back then, into thinking they weren’t invited to the pilot wrap party. They were told they were under-aged and therefore not welcome.

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Benioff said, “We told Maisie and Sophie that since they were underage, they couldn’t come to the pilot wrap party. So we told them they were going to have a special underage wrap party at McDonald’s. They started crying.”

They came to the real wrap party and cried through that — because they thought they might never see each other again,” he revealed in the book Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon, written by Entertainment Weekly editor James Hibberd.

Maisie Williams’ Arya Stark and Sophie Turner’s Sansa Stark do not meet on-screen after season one up until season seven. The pair continued to develop a close friendship off-screen, often bonding like sisters.

Game of Thrones was a life-changing event for both Williams and Turner. Not only did they achieve fame and success, but they also made great friends on set with co-stars. What do you think about the showrunners’ prank? Let us know in the comments below!


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Diana Rigg once stormed off of the sets of Game of Thrones

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When we stare at a starry night sky, we see the light of the stars that died out thousands of years ago. The earth lost one of it’s brightest stars, Diana Rigg, not too long ago. Her warm light still shines upon our memories serving as an inspiration.

Diana Rigg was an inspiring and intimidating force both on and off camera as the Queen of Thorns Olenna Tyrell. The book Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon, written by Entertainment Weekly editor James Hibberd, covers a detailed interview with the cast and crew of Game of Thrones. They mourn and miss the veteran co-star terribly.

Jessica Henwick, who played the whip-snapping Nymeria Sand shared a memory of Diana with James. She said, “She walked onto the set, and she went, ‘I’m ready now!”

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A cameraman came over and went, ‘Well, okay, but we haven’t finished setting up.’ She interrupted him and said, ‘Roll the cameras!’ And she just started doing her lines. She did two takes, and then the guy came over and was like, ‘Great, now we’re going to do a close-up.’ And she just stood up and she went, ‘I’m done!

Now, she can’t walk fast. She has to be helped. So basically we just sat there and watched as Diana Rigg effectively did her own version of storming off the set, but it was at 0.1 miles per hour. She cracked me up. I loved her.”

Rigg was a terror for the directors on set. David Benioff (showrunner) recalled:

Dames don’t audition for you; you audition for them. We loved her, she was funny, she was bawdy, she was everything we wanted for that character.”

Diana Rigg continues to amaze us with her fond memories. Let us know how much you miss her in the comments below.


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