Two years from the chapter in which a Starbucks cup appeared during a scene from Game of Thrones, the protagonist of the series, Emilia Clarke, made the first statements about it in a virtual interview with theSkimm.
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The accident happened in the fourth episode of the eighth season, called The Last of the Starks, which premiered in 2019. During a scene from Daenerys Targaryen, characterized by Clarke, the object of the international coffee chain was leaked, which sparked countless memes and laughter on social media.
This week, Emilia Clarke gave an interview on the show theSkimm, where he referred to the production error. The Mother of Dragons broke the ice when asked about his favorite breakfast drink and joked, “It’s not Starbucks, I don’t want to make spoiler”.
He then referred to the failed series. “I’m going to say it again for the record: it wasn’t my mistake. And I say it looking at you, Dan Weiss “, he pointed. In this way, he passed the ball to the creator and showrunner of the series, Weiss, and decided not to delve further into the subject to leave open the debate of who made the mistake of that scene that went viral.
Beyond being a problem for the producers and actors of Game of Thrones, the bankrupt quickly took on a joking tone and even HBO dared to have fun with him. In a statement issued by the chain, they stated: “The latte that appeared in the episode was a mistake. Daenerys had asked for a herbal tea. “
The laughter over the mysterious cup of coffee transcended any border and, how could it be otherwise, Starbucks also dared to use the error to its advantage. Through their Twitter account, a few months ago they commented that they it seemed a surprise that Daenerys Targaryen “did not order Dragon drink.”
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Although Emilia Clarke defended herself and assured that she had not had that coffee, Weiss has not yet made a statement about it, so the appearance of the most famous cup of coffee of all, remains a mystery.