What is life now after "The Game of Thrones?"
This is the question fans asked and members of the group had to answer the last Comic-Con panel of the show. But first, Conlet Hill, Nikolay Koster-Valdau and several others cleared the air and turned to the negative response of the last season.
"I'm not sorry to start the petition," jokes Hill, citing the petition signed by hundreds. of thousands of fans requiring HBO to process the last season. "We are very grateful for your phenomenon over the years and I think this is reality, not the media campaign of hatred."
"It's going to get you upset, no matter what the end is," he said. "If you hate the end, if you love the end, it's great, just do not call the names of people."
The actor also defended the end of Jaime's story,
"I thought it was perfect for him to finish in Cersei's arms, it made sense to me opinion, "he said as several fans in the audience expressed his muted dissent.
Each member of the actor had a cup of coffee waiting for them in their places, and a witty reference to the cup that was mistakenly left on stage during the last season and was spotted by every man
Headed by the hero of Winterfell himself Macy Williams, the panel is an hour's journey down the canvas memory, with actors reminding of what they stole from the set, your favorite lines, what you will miss. Most of the Thorns and speculate what's next
"I'm sure there's a wonderful time," Williams said of Aria's adventures to the west. "She's like a Dora explorer with her new bean." now observing a state where Bran is aware of everything people do, "he said. the "Throne Game" events.
"I think the spinach should be" A better call from Davos ", that's an idea for a thousand dollars, jokes Kannigam.
Each member of the group took him in turn to reveal his favorite line. from the show. Koster-Valdau chose the emblematic "Hang the door," Williams chose to be bad with "Not today," and Jacob Anderson, perhaps predictably, chose Valar Morgulis for his beloved.
Originally voters were supposed to join the showers David Benioff and DB Weiss, however, pulled out just two days before the panel due to "production conflicts and graphics."
The panel started with a long clip that gathered the best moments of the series. From Bran, pushed out of the window, to Ned Stack's beheading, to Battle of the Bastards, to all who split up in the last episode, the video and the panel proved to be emotional, resembling a good-bye to one of the greatest. watched, most loved shows from the last decade.