Game of Thrones season 8 episode 4: Fans point out editing blunder as Daenerys is spotted with a Starbucks cup
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Of the many aspects that have been instrumental in Game of Thrones' immense popularity, its sprawling production design and cutting-edge visual effects have been right on top. From gigantic fire-spewing dragons to the cross-continental battles, the HBO fantasy show has been able to convincingly make viewers suspend their disbelief and immerse themselves into the medieval drama.
However, fans have spotted an editing goof-up in the latest episode titled The Last of The Starks as they have pointed out the presence of a Starbucks coffee cup in Westeros.
After the harrowing Battle of Winterfell, the fourth episode of Game of Thrones showed Jon Snow, Davos Seaworth, Brienne, Jamie, Tyrion, Sansa, The Hound, Tormund Giantsbane reveling in the glory of their win against the Army of the Dead. Dany, who is visibly upset by the adulation that Jon's receiving, seems to have chosen not wine or ale but coffee as her preferred beverage.
No sooner than netizens noticed the editing blunder than Twitter exploded with memes about the anachronistic moment.
— Damon (@Sylar_tv) May 6, 2019
— Chrnocide (@squall48180) May 6, 2019
— Baby Dragon 🔥 (@imsyedwaqar) May 6, 2019
Not only did Dany brought dragons to Winterfell, but she also brought the first ever Starbucks to it too. So long to those cold mornings! #GameofThronesseason8episode4 pic.twitter.com/eQYU9sKpd7 — Ralph's_Room (@badpow) May 6, 2019
— Sonny (@sonnyjim50) May 6, 2019
Dag! After fighting an army of the undead and burning the bodies of their deceased friends, Dany made somebody go on a Starbucks run for her?? She really is becoming the Mad Queen. Cersei would never. pic.twitter.com/cEALcFMmV1
— Steve Patton (@StevenPatton) May 6, 2019
— QUEEN DAENERYS (@CelebsFootball) May 6, 2019
Updated Date: May 06, 2019 15:42:03 IST
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