'Game of Thrones' cast members feud over rogue coffee cup

'Game of Thrones' cast members feud over rogue coffee cup

And the coffee cup in question wasn't even one of theirs.

The modern-looking disposable cup somehow made its way into "The Last of the Starks" episode on the table during the feast scene at Winterfell's great hall.

Fans believe that when Drogon went rogue and disappeared at the end of season four until about halfway through season five, that it was off giving birth to three baby dragons, who have since grown into capable, battle-ready teenage (?) dragons.

Stacy Jones, the CEO of the marketing agency Hollywood Branded, which specialises in product placement, told INSIDER that Starbucks would've had to pay $250,000 to $1 million Dollars (over $358,000 AUD to over $1.4 million AUD) for one of its containers to be gratuitously left in front of Clarke's character.

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HBO clarified in a statement following the incident that the Game of Thrones coffee cup actually came from a local shop in Ireland near where production was taking place at the time. I have no idea whose it was. "Unless we've got the Americans in, some hotshot producer, and then we'll have Starbucks lying around". But these new Game of Thrones photos prove Tyrion betrays Daenerys.

She joked on Instagram: "Did I stumble upon the truth here?!"

She continued: "You've never seen a Game of Thrones cast member with a Starbucks in their hand because we don't get them - we don't get to be like, 'Yo, somebody go out and get me a mocha choco latte.' I've never had Starbucks".

TV bosses have commented on the mistake and it has since been digitally removed from the episode, and now the British actress has weighed in with a cheeky behind-the-scenes snap from the show.

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