Fans of Game of Thrones Are currently raging over two major errors spotted in the latest episode of Game of Thrones (Season 8, Episode 4). Fans are wondering why producers of the mega movie which cost millions of pounds could commit blunders that only careful observation could have taken care of. But did everyone across the globe notice the errors or is it only fans used to Starbucks culture that knew there was even an error in the first place? How many fans outside the Western world noticed the Starbucks cup? Checkout the errors;
After a Starbucks cup was spotted chilling in a scene, viewers had hoped that would be the last of the mistakes on the show reports Daily Star.
However, eagle-eyed fans spotted that producers have appeared to have forgotten what Kings Landing even looks like on the show.
In previous seasons, Cersei’s home has been surrounded by the ocean on one side and a forest on the other.
However, Sunday night’s episode saw the Queen meeting her enemies in what appeared to be a massive field of dirt.
Fans rushed to social media to question the bizarre scenes.
“So we’re gonna ignore the fact that King’s Landing changed overnight?” wrote one viewer.
While a second tweeted: “Am I the only one who noticed this or?”
Despite millions of pounds being spent on production, fans were left stunned by the errors during the latest episode.
A Starbucks cup ended up becoming the unlikely star of the episode during one shock the great hall of Winterfell, which saw Daenerys Targaryen looking pensive as Jon Snow laughed and joked with friends.
Awkwardly, at the table in front of Daenerys is a small white Starbucks cup.
Making light of the situation, one fan wrote: “Felt like a failure today but then I saw that dozens of production and post-production crew failed to see that a Starbucks cup was left in a Game Of Thrones shot from their third to last episode ever and now I feel better.”
Another added: “You’re telling me they had TWO YEARS to put together a decent show and they couldn’t even spot the goddamn Starbucks cup in Winterfell.”
Source: Daily Star