The cast of TV series "Game of Thrones" has featured on the cover of popular magazine Vanity Fair.
During the takes, Vanity Fair officials asked each cast member who they think should sit on the 'Iron Throne'. The answers were quite surprising, reports Entertainment Weekly.
A majority of them nominated the character Tyrion Lannister, essayed by Peter Dinklage, as they feel he's great. But TV actor Jack Gleeson thinks character Hodor (played by Kristian Nairn) should be in charge.
"He's got good leadership policies, and a sound political policy," said Gleeson.
TV actress Emilia Clarke suggested that her character of Daenerys Targaryen could co-run the country with her devoted attendant Jorah Mormont, played by Iain Glen.
Nobody nominated for character Davos Seaworth, who is played by Liam Cunningham.