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

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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.

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.”

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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They say laughter is the best medicine. Looking at the current scenario, it seems quite fit. With the pandemic on the rise again and no viable vaccine, smiles are the only cure we have. Comedians have often used parodies to induce laughs amongst the audience. Even TV shows and movies have their own parodies. Therefore, it’s not possible for a show as big as Game of Thrones to skip the radar as well. Moreover, it seems author George R.R. Martin is heartily amused as well.

On his personal blog Not a Blog, Martin confessed being parodied in a post. He wrote, “Way way back in 1969, when the world and I were young, the Harvard Lampoon did a hilarious send-up of Tolkien and LORD OF THE RINGS, called BORED OF THE RINGS. It is still in print all these years later. Spam and Dildo, Arrowroot son of Arrowshirt, Pepsi and Moxie… a hoot.

And now, I guess, it is my turn.

The Harvard Lampoon has turned its sights on A SONG OF ICE AND FIRE and come up with LAME OF THRONES.

Yes, they sent me a copy.

No, I have not looked at it yet. I am working up the courage.

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, they say… but the parody is right up there, so…

Thanks. I guess.”

Martin earlier updated fans about House of The Dragon’s progress. What do you think of the Game of Thrones parody? Tell us in the comments below!

Game of Thrones is undoubtedly one of the biggest shows to film in the past decade both in terms of budget and viewership. Managing such a huge franchise is no joke. Even though the showrunners and the crew were careful and worked really hard to make the show near perfect, little accidents and goofs slipped through their clutches. Like the one time, a Starbucks cup was left on Winterfell set during filming. Sometimes things got more serious and resulted in clashes between the actors.

Entertainment Weekly Editor James Hibberd’s book Fire Cannot Kill a Dragon delves into such behind-the-set mysteries. Game of Thrones director Mark Mylod revealed one such fight in the book. The clash between Ian McShane (Brother Ray) and Rory McCann (Sandor Clegane) over a distasteful burger.

Mylod described Ian as a force of nature. He said, “He’s gone down in Game of Thrones crew folklore as being the person who most improved the catering. His lunch was brought up to him and he disliked his burger.”

So he kicked it and it went flying, and had a few choice words of what he thought of the burger. The burger whacked into Rory, who was enjoying his burger and had no complaints.”

There is no mention of how Rory reacted over the flying burger. Although according to the co-creator, it was his ‘inner rage’ that landed him his role in the series in the first place. Mark went on to thank Ian, however, because after that incident the show got a new caterer.

How would you have reacted to the flying burger? Tell us in the comments below!

Fans have always been a bit nosy when it comes to the personal lives of Game of Thrones cast. When you’re that famous, it is hard to escape the curious eyes of your admirers. Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke, famous for her bold character Daenerys Targaryen, was spotted with a coffee cup on a cold Sunday morning in London.

The gorgeous actress, who turned 34 last week on 23rd of October, was donning a puffer coat and a brown beanie. She also kept a trusty orange umbrella tucked under her arm to avoid getting wet in case it rained.

Emilia’s snap with the coffee cup is reminiscent of the infamous Game of Thrones’ scene where a Starbucks cup was left on the table. Fans were quick to spot it and were going crazy as it was too silly a mistake to commit for a show that big on budget.

In Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 4, ‘The Last of Starks‘, we see Tormund, very drunk, praising Jon Snow for all of his accomplishments. Daenerys is sitting on the table, spiralling into paranoia about Jon’s natural charisma and how much he is loved in the North. When the shot pans out, a Starbucks cup can be neatly spotted right next to Emilia Clarke.

The fans were in a fit over the little goof, and it became an instant meme. Let’s hope Clarke doesn’t have to face any such situation in future. Tell us how you felt about the infamous scene in the comments below!

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Founder at Wiki of Thrones and a full-time Game of Thrones fan who does other work when he has finished reading and writing about Game of Thrones and also dreams about playing a role in the show.

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