'Game of Thrones' stars attend Comic-Con

ABC News' Diane Macedo reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
2:10 | 07/20/19

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:



Skip to this video now

Now Playing:


Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for 'Game of Thrones' stars attend Comic-Con
It's time for "Pop news." This Saturday morning we're beating up the beat here. Brittany, watch, this is capital J journalism. We're going to start things off with "Game of thrones" stars making their final appearance at comic con. Waiting for them as they took their seats, coffee cups, a joke referencing that misplaced coffee cup that viewers spotted in one of the episodes of the final season. That blew up on social media. John Bradley is also defending himself about that other out of place item, a water bottle, saying, he's right-handed and he would have put it by his other foot if it were his fault. I don't know if we're buying that. Earlier this week the show earned 32 Emmy nominations, a single year record, so coffee cup and water bottle had no affect on it. I didn't notice any of that stuff. Controversy notwithstanding, it's still a great show. I was watching most of it like this. Steph curry and family have a new skill to show off. Car karaoke. The golden state warriors star took his daughters Ryan and Riley for a spin in a new YouTube series called life lived with his production company and infinity, sparking a "Hamilton" sing-a-long of "We'll be back." Take a listen. Da, da, da, da, da, da, da not bad at all. I can see Alexander doing this with you. So cute and I love that song. That's the king. There you go. That had had Brittany bell singing along. We're all swaying to that one. Finally, what Chinese meal is complete without a sneak peek into your future. We are celebrating national fortune cookie day and the folks at Tao in New York City provided us with some delicious looking mega sized versions. They're glammed out. They've got chocolate mousse and a fortune. You chisel it from the side. You're supposed to use a fork to crack it. Wow, nice. Was that too aggressive? Let's see what we got, help, I'm stuck in a fortune cookie factory. Oh, that was a prank. This is really good by the way. What's your fortune? Forget the fortune. I'm all about the cookie. People learn little from success but much from failure. True actually. We'll see you back here tomorrow morning. Thanks, everybody.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"duration":"2:10","description":"ABC News' Diane Macedo reports on the buzziest stories of the day in \"GMA\" Pop News.","mediaType":"default","section":"ABCNews/GMA","id":"64458257","title":"'Game of Thrones' stars attend Comic-Con","url":"/GMA/Culture/video/game-thrones-stars-attend-comic-con-64458257"}