Paddy Considine risked a lot of trouble as he accidentally left a top-secret script in his possession in a hotel bin.
Paddy, 48 who has landed perhaps the most high-profile role of his acting career in the next Game of Thrones prequel as King Viserys risked it all after he left his script in a bin for whoever could have chanced on it.
Paddy confessed he dropped a couple of scripts in a hotel bin after practicing his lines for the impending George RR Martin adaptation, but he stayed quiet about it.
“They’ve gone now. I didn’t alert anybody. I thought it’s gonna cause too much trouble. But nothing got out. I’m good at keeping secrets, except for when I leave scripts in bins,” Paddy told to News.com.au.
It is a well-known fact that the boss of the drama series are super strict when it comes to the handling of their scripts to the extent that paper scripts are totally banned on set.