The green-toed “House of the Dragon” bug will be fixed: HBO

It was a rough start for “House of the Dragon”.

HBO said it will fix the CGI bug Make it into the final cut One of the latest episodes of the series.

[Warning: Spoilers below.]

During Episode 3 of the ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel, eagle-eyed viewers sharpened King Viserys’ Missing Fingers – noticing that they were green and were obviously meant to be removed during the editing process.

Fans quickly took to social media to pull the show for the botched special effects.

Twitter user Sarah Capps has noticed Paddy Considine – who portrays King Viserys in the fantasy drama – wearing a gauntlet with several green fingers, after a story in which he suffers from a mysterious disease of his bones.

caps Post a screenshot Of the Sunday scene, he wrote: “Not the green screen glove on Viserys’ lost fingers.”

Actor Paddy Considine — who plays King Viserys I Targaryen — still had a green glove on the scene.

In episode 2, he is told that his fingers must be amputated if the infection spreads.

HBO has since confirmed that the bug will be corrected, and the show will be updated on streaming platforms this week, Variety reported on Wednesday.

However, angry fans noted the show’s lack of attention to detail – recalling similar gaffes its predecessor made on HBO, especially during that Controversial final season.

“I can’t believe this show got the go-ahead. I find it hard to believe that any of the people involved in creating Game of Thrones were involved in writing the lines and setting the script,” said one user.

“Throne seems to be prone to little mishaps. Think of the infamous cup of coffee…” Another thought, comparing the mistake to the infamous cameo during a season eight episode of “Game of Thrones” in 2019. A to-go A cup of coffee was spotted By onlookers, at a table where Daenerys Targaryen (played by Emilia Clarke) sat. That was later digital erase for future broadcasts.

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