He posted a short video where a stranger appears in the background in jacket, jeans and boots in the scene when Danish actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau walks around looking for his brother Tyrion in Winterfell.
Watching the Game Of Thrones first episode and there a guy in the background with a straight up Patagonia jacket, blue jeans and boots pic.twitter.com/YAFTF4hnIN— kevinbiegel (@kbiegel) April 3, 2019
After seeing this many Netizens commented, some got amused to see the sudden person making this entry while others resembled him with Winter Soldier Bucky Barnes from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Your rewatch is clearly more thorough than mine was this weekend. (And wow.)— Ellen Gray (@elgray) April 3, 2019
Haha my wife and I howled! Also knowing they shot a [email protected] this one it’s amazing to pick out the few scenes that still exist from that first one (or first Tyrion scene)— kevinbiegel (@kbiegel) April 3, 2019
This episode demonstrates the difference between film/digital amazingly well. All the original footage is film, the reshot pilot was digital. Notice how fire looks so much better in film(the scene between Ned/Robert in the Crypts is film, scene with Ned/Cat in bed is not)— Mr. Gitz (@MrGitz) April 4, 2019
That is Bucky Barnes. Now we know where the snap'd ended up.— TimmyTime (@tim_cw57) April 3, 2019
That literally made me lol ????— ?????? ??? ?????? |17 (@PorceIainCactus) April 3, 2019
Ah, yes. Back in the days when HBO didn’t have such a large budget. Simpler times.— Bob Werley (@bobwerley) April 3, 2019
spoiler for the big time travel twist— Ferris & his new Goodfellas book (@dxferris) April 3, 2019
He’s Ser Levi of House Denim!— couldntcarebear (@couldntcarebear) April 3, 2019
What kind of LD screen are these people watching this on? The outfit is definitely a period costume— Matt Hinkley (@MattHinkley1) April 4, 2019