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Game Of Thrones’ Ser Jamie Lannister actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau faced an unexpected backlash as he was booed by fans at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend.

The star was joined by Thrones vets including Isaac Hempstead Wright and Maisie Williams as they faced the music regarding Thrones final season, which ended up being extremely divisive among fans.

According to Comic-Con attendees, Coster-Waldau was booed by the audience when describing Jaime and Cersei’s death, which saw them die and buried under the rubble in the Red Keep.

Last week prior to the event starting, HBO confirmed that a number of key Game Of Thrones players were canceling coming this year, most notably absent were both the showrunners, David Benioff and Dan Weiss.

The panel was described as a “triumphant celebration” of the show, which remains one of HBO’s most successful productions, despite having an ending that has been universally panned by both critics and fans.

On Friday at San Diego’s convention, Conleth Hill the actor who portrayed Lord Varys on the series took part in the panel. He was joined by Thrones‘ Jacob Anderson, Liam Cunningham, John Bradley and more to tackle fans’ “burning questions” surrounding the final season. Conleth said:

“I did an interview with EW way after we’d finished the show. The question was, ‘How did you feel at the time?’ I was very honest that I was gutted to get so close and not make the end. So I thought I gave a very honest answer to how I felt but I put that in the context of, that was one of the risks of being in a multi-character show.”

Coster-Waldau previously described the backlash to the show as “silly”.