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Don't Believe ANYTHING! Game Of Thrones Is Shooting Multiple Endings To Fool Everyone!

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It was tough enough for the Game of Thrones cast and crew to keep the Jon Snow secret. Just imagine how hard it will be to keep the ending under wraps!

Especially now that drone cameras are spying on location shoots and hackers are having their way with HBO's files…

Related: GoT Deleted Scene Totally Disproves Sansa & Arya Fan Theory!

So what's the plan to keep everyone guessing? Fake endings!

HBO president of programming Casey Bloys revealed while speaking at Moravian College last week, per The Morning Call:

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The Walking Dead Producers Cancel TCA Press Panel Appearance To Attend Stuntman John Bernecker's Funeral

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Putting honor before promotion.

The Walking Dead producers have canceled their upcoming press tour panel at the Television Critics Association to attend the funeral of stuntman John Bernecker, who died in an on-set accident last month.

Showrunner Scott Gimple was expected to attend the bi-annual press event on Saturday alongside executive producers Gale Anne Hurd, Robert Kirkman, Dave Alpert, and Greg Nicotero.

But producers have decided to skip out on the event as it would conflict with the 33-year-old's funeral service, AMC said in a statement on Thursday.

Related: TWD Honors Fallen Stuntman At Comic-Con

As we previously reported, Bernecker was filming a stunt for Season 8 in July which required him to fall over 20 feet off of a balcony onto a safety pad.

According to assistant director Matthew Goodwin, Bernecker failed to get a "good separation" from the balcony and missed the safety cushion, instead landing on his head and neck on the concrete.

Bernecker was airlifted to an Atlanta medical center and was placed on a ventilator, which his family opted to turn off the next day.

AMC shut down production on Season 8 for a week following Bernecker's death. The hit series returns on October 22.

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Thor: Ragnarok! Stranger Things! Will Smith! Check Out The Hottest Trailers From San Diego Comic-Con This Weekend!

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San Diego Comic-Con has once again brought joy to movie and TV nerds everywhere with a week of cosplay, fan service, and earth-shattering entertainment news.

Even if you're not a fan of superhero movies or Game of Thrones (*gasp*… mutiny!), the convention blessed us with new looks at hotly-anticipated productions in pretty much every genre!

You may have already laid eyes on trailers for Justice League, Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One, The Walking Dead Season 8, American Horror Story: Cult, and Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie — but that's just the beginning!

Photos: Best Cosplay To Hit Comic-Con 2017!

The final leg of the weekend shelled out trailers for Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel's The Defenders, Westworld Season 2, Stranger Things Season 2, and more.

We know… it's a lot to keep up with. Thankfully, there's roundup of the hottest trailers from 2017 SDCC for your convenience (below)!

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The Walking Dead Has A Bittersweet Comic-Con, Honoring Fallen Stuntman & Releasing The First Season 8 Trailer

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It's been a rough week for The Walking Dead — so much so they considered canceling their appearance at San Diego Comic-Con altogether.

Instead, according to moderator Chris Hardwick, the cast decided to carry on their tradition for the fans.

Hardwick, who also hosts aftershow Talking Dead, began the Fear The Walking Dead panel with a moment of silence for stuntman John Bernecker, who passed away last week after a stunt gone wrong.

Related: New Details Emerge In Investigation Of Stuntman's Death

Then the TWD panel began with showrunner Scott Gimple reading a prepared statement honoring the fallen performer, saying:

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New Details — And Unanswered Questions — Emerge In Investigation Of The Walking Dead Stuntman's Death

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How does a routine fall lead to the death of an experienced stuntman?

That's what Georgia police are investigating after the tragic death of stunt performer John Bernecker, who died on July 12 after plummeting headfirst from a 22-foot balcony on the set of The Walking Dead.

Capt. John Kennedy has been assigned the case through the Coweta County Sheriff's Office, which has been instructed to "freeze" all provision of investigation materials to the media amid the probe.

Local law enforcement ran into trouble right after the incident. Officials failed to interview stunt coordinator Monty L. Simons on the scene as most crewmembers had been instructed to leave within minutes of the accident.

Photo: Ryan Phillippe In Hospital After 'Freak Accident'!

Responding officer Deputy Sheriff J.P. Traylor was also unable to interview TWD's first assistant director on the episode, the person who generally is responsible for set safety.

Instead, Traylor was able to speak with only two of those present: second assistant director Matthew Goodwin and actor Austin Amelio, who was also on the balcony during the fall.

Bernecker's girlfriend Jennifer Cocker, a fellow stunt performer, has questioned Amelio's presence on the balcony, noting it was the wrong move to "put a super professional stuntman with an inexperienced actor who doesn't know what he's doing."

But bigger issues are still being called into question, like why set photos show a balcony without any

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Here's What AMC & A Walking Dead Producer Have To Say About Stuntman John Bernecker's Untimely Passing…

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Short and to the point.

On Friday evening, AMC and an executive producer for The Walking Dead, named Scott M. Gimple, commented on the tragic passing of stuntman John Bernecker. As we previously reported, Bernecker died on Wednesday after an accident occurred on the set of the Atlanta-based show. He was only 33 years old.

Photos: A History Of Film Set Deaths

In a recent statement, Gimple noted:

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