"I genuinely thought it was a joke script and that [showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss] sent to everyone a script with their own character ends up on the Iron Throne".
Cunningham, who played Davos Seaworth, also defended the ending, pointing to how beloved the series was over its eight-year run.
Numerous actors had very specific ideas about what their characters are up to post-finale, during which Bran was crowned King of Westeros. The actor laughed that Bran has probably turned Westeros into a "surveillance state" thanks to his all-seeing powers as the Three-Eyed Raven.
"I don't think Bran knows, per se, what's going to happen in the future, he's got the entirety of the past at his fingertips, his vision of the future is cloudier", Hempstead Wright told the crowd.
Williams said: "She's a lone wolf".
Cunningham posited that a spinoff could be called "Better Call Davos".
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The former trooper chose to step in and confront the father. "I said, 'you're coming with me, one way or another, '" he recalled. His arraignment is scheduled to take place on August 7, and is being represented by the public defender's office.
In terms of character motivation, some of the actors chimed in about a few of the final season's biggest moments: Anderson clarified that Grey Worm definitely thought that Jon Snow (Hit Harington) needed to stand trial for murdering Daenerys (Emilia clarke), while Hill said Varys was absolutely trying to poison Daenerys before his execution.
Hempstead Wright said he "ended up with a wooden spoon", while Maisie Williams, who played Arya Stark, reduced the panel to giggles after admitting to stealing fake blood from one scene and leaving it on the bathroom floor of her dressing room. "I don't think being with a partner is what would make her feel the most fulfilled".
The remaining members expressed support for the final season, although Conleth Hill-who played Varys - joked: "I don't regret starting the petition".
Many disappointed fans even started a petition urging the makers to remake the last season of the series "with competent writers".
Coster-Waldau said every season of "Game of Thrones" has been divisive in its own way, from Ned Stark's fate to the "Red Wedding". "So obviously when it comes to an end it's going to piss you off no matter what. just don't call people names", he added.
A Game Of Thrones star has dismissed the backlash against the series' ending as a "media-led hate campaign".
Fan favorite Hamill was presented with Comic-Con's "Icon Award", telling the audience he felt lucky "to be able to do all the things I loved as a kid and get paid for it".